Legwork, Framework, Artwork: Engaging the Next Generation of Jews- A Report on Rose Community Foundation's Next Generation Initiative

By Ari Y. Kelman, Eliana Schonberg

Rose Community Foundation, June 2008

This summary provides an in-depth case study of NextGen- a program of the Rose Community Foundation- that has begun to successfully engage a new generation, one that has demonstrated its reticence to join formal Jewish communities. This summary frames Rose's NextGen Initiatives within broad national trends and highlights the specific responses of the Foundation to these trends. In-depth interviews with approximately 220 NextGen Jews in Denver/Boulder provide rich ethnographic data on the attitudes, behaviors and desires of this population and suggest new possibilities for mobilizing it.

Topic: Jewish Identification, Generational Issues, Engagement, Program Evaluation, Jewish Organizations, Scholarship, Academic Research

Funder: Rose Community Foundation

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Genre: Report

Coverage: Colorado

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Kelman, Ari Y. Schonberg, Eliana. Legwork, Framework, Artwork: Engaging the Next Generation of Jews- A Report on Rose Community Foundation's Next Generation Initiative. Rose Community Foundation. June 2008: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=4891


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