Posts Tagged ‘students’

Detroit Center for Civil Discourse Hosts Panel Discussion at Wayne State

New center aims to help people manage difficult conversations. By David Zenlea, Special to the Jewish News The newly established Detroit Center for Civil Discourse is holding a panel discussion Feb. 4 at the Wayne State University Student Center on the past, present and future of Yemen. “Yemen is so emblematic of the importance of…

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College Students: Apply for Paid Summer JOIN Internships 

JVS Human Services is proud to announce that it will once again coordinate the Jeanette & Oscar Cook Jewish Occupational Internship (JOIN) program for summer 2019 (June 17-Aug. 9). JOIN is a paid summer internship program for Jewish full-time undergraduate and graduate college students. It is designed to provide both a career and educational experience…

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Alleged Anti-Semitic Incidents Being Investigated At Bloomfield Hills High School

A developing story. Stacy Gittleman Contributing Writer Bloomfield Hills High School, along with local authorities, are investigating alleged anti-Semitic incidents that have recently occurred at the school, mainly through social media platforms like Snapchat and Instagram. On the evening of Dec. 5, BHHS Principal Charlie Hollerith issued an email to high school families notifying them…

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a group of TAMID students take a selfie together

Jewish@edu – Win-Win

TAMID brings students and Israeli companies together. College students looking to join student organizations can get involved with any number of groups. Clubs exist for every interest imaginable — from the mundane to the esoteric. The experiences student organizations offer can form lasting relationships and lines on resumes that may catch the eye of potential…

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Detroit Country Day School (DCDS) students smile for the camera. Three students sit in front and two students stand behind as they work on a chemistry project.

Detroit Country Day School Is Building A Vivid Future

Sponsored by Detroit Country Day School How Detroit Country Day School is reinventing the education experience for 21st-century learners through renovated spaces and student-first mentality Schools all over the world struggle to keep up with the rapid evolution of technology, and the changing environment that social media and digital advances have created for students. At…

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Letters – September 6, 2018

Students Are More Than Their Grades As the parent of a rising senior in high school, I appreciate hearing the perspective of other students who are about to start applying to college (“Under Pressure,” Aug. 23, page 12). It is, in fact, a time of intense pressure — for students and parents alike. Because the…

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Op-ed: The Problematic Election and Our Children

  Elie Wiesel said, “The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference. The opposite of art is not ugliness, it’s indifference. The opposite of faith is not heresy, its indifference…” As a Head of a Jewish day school, I can no longer remain silent about the state of our presidential election campaign, and its…

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Learning To Learn: City Year members help students make the grade.

Every weekday morning, a small group of young adults wearing red jackets gathers outside the entrances to 11 Detroit and Harper Woods public schools, clapping and cheering as students arrive. These 71 City Year Detroit AmeriCorps members are there to welcome students and get them excited about a day of learning. “In high-poverty neighborhoods, students…

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