Generation of Change: How Leaders in their Twenties and Thirties are Reshaping American Jewish Life
This study examines the identities and attitudes of today’s young cohort of leaders, and explains the effect of their childhood involvement in Jewish activities on their adult leadership behavior. A whopping 71 percent of young leaders surveyed attended Jewish summer camp, as the study explains: ‘The rates of participation by these leaders in Jewish summer camps, youth movements, Hillel, and other forms of Jewish education are extraordinarily high, suggesting that many of the young leaders were groomed rather than having bloomed on their own.’ Clearly, the potential of raising leaders at Jewish camp is enormous, and we look forward to helping camps harness this potential.
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