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Thursday, February 24
7:00pm – 10:00pm
CJP YLD Presents: LEADS Location,
  • $50.00 General Admission
Already Occurred

LEADS Spring Series 2011:
Sessions begin Thursday, February 24

LEADS is a social eight-week introduction into what YLD and the Boston Jewish community has to offer.  Participants will engage in small group discussions at a volunteer's home on a variety of topics including:
Jewish culture and identity
Connections to Israel
Boston's young adult community
Tzedakah and volunteering
CJP mission and funding priorities
Meet and socialize with other Jewish young adults in your neighborhood.  Participate in one evening of community service and enjoy two Friday night pot luck Shabbat dinners with your group. This program is designed for young professionals, ages 22-40.

Following sessions, all program participants will mix and mingle at a local bar.

Register Now!

Program fee: $50. Space is limited.

Locations typically include Brookline, Boston and Cambridge.

For more information contact Molly at or 617-457-8758.

Spring 2011 LEADS Schedule (tentative)
*Most sessions begin at 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, February 24
Friday, March 4
Thursday, March 10
Wednesday, March 16
Monday, March 21
Tuesday, March 29
Friday, April 8
Wednesday, April 13
What people are saying about LEADS:

"Two of my closest friends in the world right now, I met during LEADS.  And I've only known them for about 3 months.  The connections are so real and can last a lifetime."
Joelle Sobin

"LEADS was fantastic! It was such a fun, educational and welcoming way to meet new people and learn more about all of the other great programs at CJP."
Alexis Fish

"After living abroad for a number of years, LEADS was the perfect re-entry to the Boston Jewish community.  Not only did I make a number of close friends, but it gave me insight into all that CJP and YLD have to offer."
Alicia Goldstein



Molly (617) 457-8758

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