Events

COMING UP NEXT:

Check your email for the next Harry Kay Alumni Network Spring Salon on May 16th. We will continue the conversation that was started by Rabbi Sid Schwarz on Jewish Megatrends: What does it mean for our Twin Cities Jewish community. A follow-up dialogue and next steps

 

Through the Harry Kay Leadership Series, the Harry Kay Alumni Network (HKAN) seeks to bring in speakers to share new ideas and expertise in the areas of leadership and innovation that are relevant to or rooted in the opportunities and challenges facing Jewish communities today. HKAN hopes to bring forward new ideas around leadership development, practice and innovation for discussion and dissemination throughout our community as well as to introduce new approaches, methods, and tools that can serve as platforms to aid our leadership in building and maintaining vibrant Jewish communities in the Twin Cities.

The Summit includes a session for the general public as well as a specific course for Jewish community professional leaders and clergy.

At this year’s Summit, we welcome Rabbi Sid Schwarz to look at the trends shaping the lives of younger American Jews and hear his four guiding principles to spark a renaissance in Jewish life.

2019 HARRY KAY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

At this year’s Summit, we welcomed Rabbi Sid Schwarz and looked at the trends shaping the lives of younger American Jews and hear his four guiding principles to spark a renaissance in Jewish life.

 

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2018 HARRY KAY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

On March 7, the first-ever Harry Kay Leadership Summit presented Rabbi Mike Uram, who literally wrote the book on redefining the Jewish community. “Next Generation Judaism: How College Students and Hillel Can Help Reinvent Jewish Organizations” offers innovative strategies to keep the Jewish community relevant for the next generation, and Uram discussed his methods with the Twin Cities Jewish community at two events — a workshop for professionals at Jewish organizations and a keynote presentation open to the entire community.

 

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