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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.

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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.)

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  • Feb
    24

    Ramah Hamantaschen Bake

    Open to families and alumni. Purim isn't complete without hamantaschen! Recipe will be sent in advance and costumes are encouraged. Learn more and register here.
  • Feb
    24

    When Things Fall Apart: A Theology Rooted in the Real with Rabbi Aviva Richman

    Our immediate reaction when things go wrong may be to doubt or to turn away from God, to sever the relationship because it feels outside and out-of-place in our real experience. But what if our connection to God is, in fact, rooted in those very experiences. In this three-part series at B'nai Jeshurun, we will study core motifs in texts from classical midrash to hasidut that insist that our relationship to God grow out of, and not in spite of, the reality in which we find ourselves, however “unideal.” Learn more and register here.
  • Feb
    25

    A Year Turned Upside Down: Ta’anit Esther with Hadar

    JCC Manhattan will join Hadar for a transformative day of learning on Ta’anit Esther with Rabbi Elie Kaunfer, Rabbi Ethan Tucker, Rabbi Aviva Richman, and Joey Weisenberg. On the day before Purim, marking a year since the COVID-19 pandemic turned our world upside down, the Fast of Esther offers an opportunity to reflect, pray, and commemorate this moment. We will mark the lives lost, ask for healing of the sick, and hope that in the coming year, the world will once again take a sharp turn, this time towards good. Learn more and register here.
  • Feb
    25

    B'nai Jeshurun Community Megillah Reading

    Put on your favorite costume, your perfect mask, hear the megillah, and join us for a Purim like no other! Non-members can still hear megillah reading online by joining the BJ livestream, watching on the BJ Facebook page, or viewing on BJ's Youtube channel.
  • Feb
    25

    Megillah Madness

    Open to alumni ages 18-30s. Join Ramah, USY, and JTS for a night of Purim fun! Virtual Megillah reading followed by sketch comedy (featuring the group God Should Not Have Chosen Us) and competitive trivia. Learn more and register here.
  • Feb
    25

    The Great Purim Pageant JCC & Trybal Gatherings

    We’re marking Purim in true 2021 style: athleisure wear, fancy Vashtinis, and good friends. Come as a spectator or ready to strut the Zoom runway. Participants will compete in three categories: X-Treme Athleisure wear, Wearable Puns, or Pet Twinning. Prizes will be awarded for creativity and panache on the Zoom runway! Between rounds, our mixologist will teach you how to make Purim cocktails with flair. In small groups, you'll meet new friends (or reunite with old ones) while voting on best costumes and toasting with l'chaimLearn more and register here.
  • Feb
    26

    Ramah Daf Yomi Shiur

    Open to alumni 18+ and all Daf Yomi learners. Enjoy a pre-Shabbat shiur on Purim day. Questions? Contact Noam Kornsgold, Daf Yomi Coordinator and Director of Programming and Education, Ramah Berkshires. Learn more and register here.
  • Mar
    1

    Talking Justice with Ruth Messinger

    The JCC's Social Justice Activist in Residence Ruth Messinger spent years in the room where it happens. Join us as she shares her thoughts on social justice issues ripped from the headlines, including voting rights, immigration reform, and housing the homeless. We’ll conclude with Q+A and small group conversations with Rabbi Brian Fink, director of Engage, and Sheryl Parker, director of The Joseph Stern Center for Social Responsibility. Learn more and register here.
  • Mar
    2

    From Survival to Song

    Ben Lesser’s story of Holocaust survival has inspired some of today’s most successful musicians. Artists and songwriters who had previously collaborated with Beyoncé and John Legend joined forces with Ben for this uniquely meaningful project.

    Join UJA Federation to hear about the creative journey behind the album, Choose Love, that draws from Ben’s incredible story surviving two death marches and concentration camps, including Auschwitz. Learn more and register here.
  • Mar
    10

    Vote 2021: A Mayoral Candidate Forum

    NYC voters will be electing a new mayor in 2021. Join JCC Manhattan for a conversation with leading candidates that will help you make an informed choice in the June 22 primary election. The discussion will be moderated by Jodi Rudoren, editor-in-chief of The Forward, the nation's oldest independent Jewish news organization. Hosted in partnership with The Forward. Learn more and register here.
  • Mar
    18

    Justice in Action: Is NYC Over?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a massive toll on NYC’s communities and businesses, with long lines at food pantries, lights dark on Broadway and in Midtown, and miles of shuttered storefronts. What does the future hold? What paths should we take for recovery? Join JCC Social Justice Activist Ruth Messinger and president and CEO of Queens Public Library Dennis Walcott for a virtual conversation on NYC’s future. Learn more and register here.
  • Mar
    18

    Virtual Bar Trivia with B'nai Jeshurun's Aviv

    Looking to hang out with friends and meet fellow 20s and 30s during this time of physical distancing? Miss going to your weekly bar trivia? Miss having a drink or grabbing a coffee with friends? Join your fellow 20s and 30s for virtual happy hour with B'nai Jeshurun's Aviv! Register here with a team or request to join a team.
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