All in JCC
I have always been a person that’s been involved in some way in the community. I can remember as far back as high school. When I first came to Austin there weren’t the number of organizations that there are now, and it was important to me to get involved in order to meet other Jewish people.
When Corey Schwartz learned last year that Shalom Austin was looking for a new COO, he was excited about the position’s potential scale of impact and, with recently appointed CEO Rabbi Daniel Septimus, working for an organization in transition, with a focus on excellence.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Austin is kicking off its 2017 Annual Campaign with a more consolidated timeline of fundraising in an effort to make a bigger impact.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Austin's Young Adult Division has announced Jerrod Kogut and Samantha Tugentman will receive the 2017 Hineni Award at the eighth annual Milestone Gala on Saturday, February 18.
The interactions and relationships I have with families, members and my co-workers make every day meaningful.
Curious about the link between comic book heroes and Judaism? Wondering how Chabad became such a successful movement around the world? Do you love live music and arts events, provocative debate, and thought-provoking seminars? Then mark your calendar and come to the JCC on Sunday, January 29 for Tapestry: A Day of Jewish Learning.
The Jewish Community Center (JCC) is looking forward to the LBJ Humanitarian Award Celebration on Sunday, September 25, honoring Vicki and Billy Osherow for all of their dedication and philanthropic activities within the Jewish community and the Austin community as a whole.