Who The Folk?! Roni Falck

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People have friends and family over brunch all the time. But for many years, Roni Falck and her family host brunches and dinners with a twist. Roni talks with us about the brunches that her and family host several times each year as a way to raise money for organizations and causes around the country. […]

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Jewish Job: Teaching Faculty At Shir Tikvah

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Job Title: Teaching Faculty Organization Name: Shir Tikvah Job Type: Part-time, Sundays, 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Salary Range: $15-25 per hour Deadline: July 31 Job Summary/Description: Shir Tikvah is looking to fill two roles for the 2019-20 year: a 1st-grade teacher and a 2nd-grade teacher. We are also hoping to hire a co-teacher to […]

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Who The Folk?! Zane Gayle

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What brought a lifelong Wisconsinite to Minnesota? Zane Gayle saw nothing but opportunities. Gayle recently graduated with a master’s in architecture degree from the University of Minnesota. His master’s project focused on a theoretical redesigning of Minnesota Hillel’s building, however, he has also been involved in the very real process that Hillel is now going […]

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JLink Feature Friday: June Edition

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Get to know Jewish professionals and JLink members in this month’s Feature Friday roundup! Lex Dorfman Hello! My name is Lex Dorfman. I just graduated from Augsburg University and got a degree in religion with two minors in Spanish and leadership. I did a lot of Interfaith work on campus, studied peace studies in Norway, and helped […]

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Who The Folk?! Sheila Leventhal

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As Cecil’s Deli celebrates its 70th anniversary today, there is one person who has been involved since the beginning: Sheila Leventhal. As the daughter of the founders, Cecil and Faye Glickman, Sheila started as an 8-year-old helping around the market before the restaurant even opened 15 years later. Sheila reflects on a life shaping the […]

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Who The Folk?! Noam Sienna

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Why, in the midst of working on your doctorate dissertation, would you go and write a book that has nothing to do with your dissertation topic? That’s a question Noam Sienna wrestled with, but nonetheless went ahead and did it anyway. Noam talks about his book A Rainbow Thread: An Anthology of Queer Jewish Texts […]

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Jewish Job: Minneapolis Jewish Federation Seeks Marketing Specialist

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Job Title: Marketing Specialist Organization Name: Minneapolis Jewish Federation Job Type: Full-time Salary Range: $35,000-$40,000 Deadline: July 11 Job Summary/Description: Minneapolis Jewish Federation is in search of a creative and clever marketing specialist to help translate complicated funding mechanisms into real-world impact through graphic design, compelling copy, and multi-media marketing campaigns. About you: You have […]

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