Greater Boston is home to more than 300,000 Jews. Among that group is an enormous diversity of practice (or lack thereof), belief, connection and self-identification. Boston’s got a new squad of Jewish professionals, CJP’s Community Connectors, whose mission is to find young adults who might be seeking a way in to the vast array of Jewish programming, organizations and social opportunities in our area.
These three social mavens, armed with Starbucks credit (they’ll always meet you for coffee) and wallets full of business cards, are singly focused on supporting young adults in the community as they map their Jewish journeys.
Join Miriam and Dan for a chat with Caleb Alemany, Amanda Friedman and Rachel Zylberfink about their origin stories and how they’re building relationships, connecting people with one another and with the community, and helping others deepen their Jewish experience. (And follow them on Instagram here!)
Edited by Jesse Ulrich, with music by Ryan J. Sullivan.