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Registration opens at 8 am.  Learning Sessions (detailed below) run from 9 am - 4:45 pm.  Grand Finale Concert runs 5-6:30 pm.

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Sunday, December 8 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Encountering the Other Through a Jewish Lens: Lessons from a Year of International Service

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"Why do you light candles on Friday night if you have electricity where you live?" Come hear about our year volunteering with grassroots organizations in Southeast Asia and Africa and explore your relationship to service and volunteerism.

Speakers
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Elie Lehmann

After almost a decade in NYC, Elie and Anya quit their jobs in 2012 to volunteer and travel abroad. They spent 6 months working with young adults from Burma and 4 months with a Maasai women's organization in Kenya. Now living in Boston, Anya works as a strategy analyst at City Year and Elie is a rabbinical student at Hebrew College.
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Anya Manning

After almost a decade in NYC, Elie and Anya quit their jobs in 2012 to volunteer and travel abroad. They spent 6 months working with young adults from Burma and 4 months with a Maasai women's organization in Kenya. Now living in Boston, Anya works as a strategy analyst at City Year and Elie is a rabbinical student at Hebrew College.


Sunday December 8, 2013 11:30am - 12:30pm
Classroom 7