The mission of the Alumni Association is to foster strong relationships between our alumni and the school; to establish and maintain a support network for alumni and current students; to cultivate a culture of philanthropy and giving; and to provide alumni with opportunities for participation within the Alumni Association and the school.

Alumni Events

List of 4 events.

  • Oct

    20s and 30s NYC Virtual Sukkah Hop

    Current circumstances may keep us from celebrating in-person in our sukkot this year, so why not come together for the largest Sukkot celebration to date? Links will be sent out to all registered guests prior to the event. We will also be sending a description of each "sukkah's" activity so you can choose your own adventure throughout the night! Register here.
  • Oct

    Alumni Trivia Night

    Join us for an evening of trivia featuring three new categories! Register here. Join on your own or with a team!
  • Nov

    Learning Series for Alumni

    PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel (MS 1983) will offer a book talk about her recent publication Dare to Speak: Defending Free Speech for All, facilitated by Rabbi Abby Sosland. RSVP to and we'll send you the link!
  • Dec

    Class of 2015: 5 Year Reunion

    Save the Date! Invitation to follow with Zoom link.
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Other Events in NYC

Events geared toward Jewish 20s and 30s in NYC. (Please note: Events are not affiliated with the Alumni Association.)

List of 6 events.

  • Sep

    Stress + the Brain

    Meditation is one of the few activities that create new neural connections, improve brain function, and activate the "happy" areas of the brain. In contrast, stress can make us sick, slow, and stupid. Join Emily Fletcher, founder of Ziva Meditation, to learn how meditation can mitigate stress, clear the way for you to access your intuition, and help you increase your productivity. Learn more and register here.
  • Sep

    20s, 30s, and 40s Pre-Yom Kippur Gathering

    Join B'nai Jeshurun virtually for some community and intention as we prepare for Yom Kippur. Don’t forget to bring some food and plenty of water! For this event, we will be using Sidebar, a new way to socialize virtually. When people get together in real life, they divide into small groups to talk, disband, and recombine. Sidebar recreates that experience. Participants can hop in and out of conversations with a click, run into friends and strangers, and start real conversations, often spontaneously. A link to join will be sent out prior to the gathering. Learn more and register here.
  • Oct

    Still Small Voice: Talking about God in the Midst of a Plague

    Abigail Pogrebin, author and Forward contributor, will be joined by four of the 18 rabbis she interviewed for the recent series on GodDavid Wolpe of Sinai Temple in Los Angeles, Angela Buchdahl of Manhattan’s Central Synagogue, David Ingber of Manhattan’s Romemu and Laura Shaw Frank of AJC. The talk will be moderated by Jodi Rudoren. Learn more and register here.
  • Oct

    JCC Manhattan's Tzedek Series: The Role of Race in the 2020 Election

    Systemic racism and the right to protest are key themes in the upcoming 2020 election. Join us for a conversation with a panel of experts, scholars, and journalists for a discussion about how the Black Lives Matters protests have once again brought race and racism to the forefront of the presidential election. We'll discuss the role of race in politics and the parallels between the right to protest and the right to vote. Learn more and register here.

    Make sure to check your social/promotions folder or spam email folder for our event confirmation emails and zoom link.
  • Oct

    Bagels and Gravlax: Discussion and Demo

    Join Reshet Ramah for a live cooking demonstration with Ramahnik and food historian, Avery Robinson. Participants will learn how to make bagels and gravlax, as well as some of the history behind these delicious foods. Register on Zoom here.
  • Oct

    The "Unorthodox Orthodox" Rabbi: A Book Talk with Avram Mlotek

    Join Alma Editor Molly Tolsky in conversation with Rabbi Avram Mlotek, the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan's new rabbi in residence, about his recently published book, Why Jews Do That or 30 Questions Your Rabbi Never Answered. We'll learn about his inspiration for the book, what it means to be a millennial rabbi, and more! Learn more and register here.
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