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The Norman E. Alexander Award for Excellence in Jewish Student Writing is seeking essays on the American Jew the writer most admires and who has made significant contributions to humanitarian causes, social justice, medicine or science. The contest subject relates to the 2014 theme of American Jewish Heritage Month, “American Jews and Tikkun Olam, Healing the World.” The annual contest is sponsored by Fresh Ink for Teens (FIT), the Jewish-American Hall of Fame and The Jewish Week Media Group.
Updated: May. 07, 2014
The Agnon House in Jerusalem, together with ATID and WebYeshiva.org, announce a writing competition for Jewish high school students from around the world for works of prose or poetry written through the inspiration of S.Y. Agnon’s Nobel Prize winning Hebrew literature.
Updated: Dec. 31, 2012
An international photography competition taking place in September, 2012, aims, among other things, to capture and make available for free download hundreds images of modern and ancient heritage sites in Israel. The event in Israel, which will span one month and include a wide variety of free events at local heritage sites as well as technical workshops in photography, is part of the global “Wiki Loves Monuments” photography competition that was launched last year and will take place in an additional 32 countries worldwide.
Updated: Oct. 14, 2012
Beit Hatfutsot is happy to announce that registration is now open for its flagship project and competition, My Family Story. For fifteen years, Beit Hatfutsot, the Museum of the Jewish People, has hosted the My Family Story program, which gives students from 5th-8th grade the opportunity to research their family stories, identify their personal stories with the ongoing story of the Jewish people, and to join the elements together in a unique and creative representation of their personal history. Outstanding projects participate in the My Family Story competition held at Beit Hatfutsot in June, 2012 and finalists participate in the opening of the My Family Story exhibit in Israel.
Updated: Oct. 04, 2011
For over 14 years, Beth Hatefutsoth has been engaging tens of thousands of students from all over the world in Jewish heritage through the annual 'My Family Story International Competition'. In this competition, middle school students research and present their family stories and thereby explore their collective Jewish history. In the 2009 competition, more than 20,000 students from different countries around the world participated presenting projects in their own languages.
Updated: Aug. 03, 2009
Introduction to Volume 74, Issue 1 -The papers in this issue of the journal take us deep into university classrooms and into a variety of Jewish settings in which Bible is taught and take us abroad to the Former Soviet Union (FSU) where Jewish learning for women is just taking hold. The authors study their own practice and the practice of others to give us the kinds or deep insights that can sophisticate our understanding of Jewish education and thereby improve its practice.
Updated: Mar. 25, 2008