Rabbi Aryeh Wielgus was named to the position of regional director of New Jersey NCSY this summer with a plan to build on the past, while looking toward the future.
“Any transition in leadership gives us the opportunity to dream. How can we do more? How can we do better?” Rabbi Wielgus said in an interview with The Jewish Link. “There is no need to change what’s working. We will keep doing what we’re doing well, and keep dreaming bigger and
“New Jersey experienced tremendous growth under Rabbi Katz’ leadership,” he noted, in a nod to Rabbi Ethan Katz, the former head of New Jersey NCSY, who has now assumed the role of the NCSY national director of disaster relief missions. “Now we want to redouble our efforts; we want to ignite a spark and get these kids involved and engaged with their Jewish community.”
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