Culminating Exercises of Irwin Daniels School of Jewish Communal Service - Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion
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Culminating Exercises of Irwin Daniels School of Jewish Communal Service

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Thursday, August 1, 2002

On Wednesday, August 7, 2002 the Irwin Daniels School of Jewish Communal Service will hold its thirty-fourth annual culminating exercises. The event will take place at the HUC-Skirball Cultural Center at 7:30 p.m.

Candidates for Degree in Course are: Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Service - Deborah Leibsohn Turobiner
Certificate in Jewish Communal Service - Deborah Bock, Andrea Fleekop, Abigail Fleishman, Jennifer Ginsberg, Ariel Grossman, Chaim Lieberman, Deborah Leibsohn Turobiner and Donna Sivan

The keynote speaker will be Cindy Chazan, Director of Alumni and Community Development for the Wexner Foundation. Her speech is titled "The Dance Between Who You Are and How You Lead".

The 2002 Alumni of the Year award will be presented to Anne Brener, MAJCS, MSW '83.

Open to the public. For more information, please contact Freddie Thomas at or (213) 749-3424 extension 4217.

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