Highlighting: Dr. Alan and Phyllis Steinberg, Yachad Parent and Partner
As parents we want the best for our children; the best education, the best friends and the best surroundings. If lucky we come across a program that incorporates all these elements with caring and understanding staff and volunteers.
“Yachad has enriched our son Noah’s life with Judaism and friendships,” says Phyllis Steinberg who heard about the Yachad program in Los Angeles. Read More
NCSY welcomes Park City, Utah as the newest chapter on the west coast for 2021. Park City hosted two representatives from the Jewish youth groups NCSY and JSU. Nearly twenty five Park City children and teens attended, were extremely excited, engaged and enthusiastic. Parents expressed interest in consistent youth activity and even adult programming of this nature servicing the Park City area. Read More
“Though it was a different type of High Holiday Season, OU-JLIC West succeeded in ‘keeping it optimal’, incredibly providing students with food, enjoyable social experiences and meaningful learning opportunities in the city, in the San Fernando Valley and in Westwood, California,” says Sharona Kaplan, OU-JLIC Campus Director, Hillel at UCLA, Regional Director, West Coast, Executive Leadership Cohort, National Senior Manager. Read More
NCSY Summer Aims to Double the Number of Teens Going to Israel in 2021
Thanks to a generous grant from The Marcus Foundation and powered by the Jewish Education Project, NCSY is uniquely positioned to nearly double the number of public school Jewish teens and substantially increase the number of Jewish day school teens experiencing trips to Israel in the upcoming Summer 2021 season. RootOne Vouchers are limited, so we encourage families whose children will be completing grades 9-12 in June 2021 to visit summer.ncsy.org and register today. Read More
Continuing on the tradition of the successful December convention, our staff and lay committee are excited to present Torah Los Angeles, December 17–20 in a new and exciting format.
This year‘s event will offer our community the opportunity to learn virtually with dozens of local and national Torah figures as well as interact with leaders and thinkers from within our community. We are proud to highlight the way in which OU has risen to the challenge presented by COVID-19 and we will highlight exciting learning and engagement opportunities presented by the OU. Read More