Three Jews to Change Cleveland

June 18, 2010 at 11:14 am | Posted in PresenTense Fellowship 2010 | Leave a comment
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PresenTenseIn a cutting edge venture, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland is partnering with PresenTense, an Israel-based program to encourage young Jewish social entrepreneurs, to help develop three individuals’ innovative ideas:

  • Madeline Bleiweiss is energizing Cleveland’s community by building social networks to foster young Jewish life.
  • Jenny Kaufman is building a foundation for Jewish engagement by creating a local independent minyan in Cleveland for young adults. See the link to her blog in the right column – Cleveland Young Professionals’ Minyan.
  • Noah Sudow is fostering academic, intellectual and economic cooperation between Israeli and Northeast Ohio-based researchers.

The three fellows are attending The PresenTense Summer Institute, a six-week training program in Jerusalem, where they will connect with innovators from around the world and develop the resources to bring their ideas to fruition. All the fellows will be blogging in this space soon – stay tuned!

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