Join a growing community of Jewish environmental educators for an enriching day of learning while exploring the connections between Judaism and the natural world.
Join a growing community of Jewish environmental educators for an enriching day of learning while exploring the connections between Judaism and the natural world. We aim to engage, inspire, and support a cohort of local Jewish professionals and educators who will in turn help direct the integration of environmental education, stewardship, and action into Jewish institutional life.
This opportunity is open to anyone who is interested in the integration of Jewish community, sustainability and environmental education. Anyone who attends the training will be invited to join a cohort, who will have additional opportunities for professional development, access to Jewish environmental education curriculum, and a platform to share resources and ideas with other Jewish educators.
Participants should expect a hands-on learning experience, catered lunch, and a packet of take-home resources. For any questions or additional information, please contact Carly Silverman, Adamah Detroit’s Education and Program Manager, at email@example.com.