|From Generation to Generation: Changing Behavioral
Perceptions & Expectations in the Jewish Nonprofits
Wednesday, January 27 at Noon EST
Lori Klein, Assistant Director of the School of Jewish Communal Service at HUC-JIR/Los Angeles, and Shira Liff-Grieff, Volunteer with the American Jewish World Service Volunteer Corps in Cambodia, will be participating in a webinar titled Here Come the Millenials. It will provide insights into the behavior and expectations of the generation just entering or about to enter the workforce. Examples will be presented of work habits and patterns and how other generational groups may best interact and understand each other. The conference call will reference a selection of articles from the SUMMER/FALL, 2009 issue of the Journal of Jewish Communal Service, which celebrated the research and accomplishments of the HUC-JIR School of Jewish Communal Service on it's 40th Anniversary. In particular, the authors of "From Generation to Generation: Changing Behavioral Perceptions and Expectations in Jewish Nonprofits" will discuss and be interviewed on the research and findings presented in their article. Maggie Bar-Tura will moderate.
To register, please visit http://www.jcsana.org/articlenav.php?id=13
This webinar is co-sponsored with the Jewish Communal Service Association of North America.
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