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Director of Youth and Family Education
Posted January 26, 2024
Temple Isaiah, a Reform congregation with approximately 750 households, is seeking a full time Director of Youth and Family Education. Our Religious School has approximately 300 students (Pre-K-7th Grade) and is a vibrant place where formal, informal, and family education blend to create community and a strong sense of Jewish identity. Our High School learning program (Grades 8-12) has approximately 50 students and is at the beginning of a renaissance. We are looking for a knowledgeable, experienced, and hard-working professional who is excited about collaborating with staff and laity; leading a dynamic staff of full-time youth, family, and education colleagues; and visioning towards the future to continue to create positive Jewish experiences for our students and families. We seek a true senior leader—one who is creative, dynamic, motivating, visionary, empowering, and collaborative—to thoughtfully question what we have, re-imagine, and build a youth and family community that is filled with Jewish learning, joyous practice, and deep connection.

Sat, March 2 2024 22 Adar I 5784