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Mar 27, 2024

Apply Now for the Stephen Muss Impact Fellowship to Attend Alexander Muss High School in Israel

Students entering their sophomore and junior years of high school are invited to apply for the Stephen Muss Impact Fellowship, a program that offers individual $15,000 scholarships to Alexander Muss High School in Israel (AMHSI). The meaningful experience, taking place August 26-December 23, 2024, enables Jewish students residing in Miami-Dade County to spend a semester living and learning in Israel, made possible by Stephen Muss and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. AMHSI is the only fully accredited, pluralistic, college prep program for high school students to study together in Israel for a semester. Fellows return home ready to take their place as Jewish changemakers and ambassadors for Israel and the Jewish people. Applications are still being accepted and can be accessed here. For more information, contact Alicia Press at [email protected] or 212.472.9300 x481.

The 86th Annual Meeting

The 86th Annual Meeting

Join your Jewish community on Thursday, May 30 for the 86th Annual Meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at 5:30 p.m. to recognize Federation Chair of the Board Ariel Bentata for his leadership, dedication and concern for the welfare of the Jewish people.

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Ministering to the Elderly Conference

Ministering to the Elderly Conference

What is trauma? Is it environmental? Is it genetic? Or is it both? These questions — and more — will be explored at the 28th Annual Ministering to the Elderly Conference, “Transforming Intergenerational Trauma Into Healing,” on Thursday, May 9.

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JVC Launches Shabbat Friends

JVC Launches Shabbat Friends

Spread the joy of Shabbat by joining Shabbat Friends, a new initiative created by Federation’s Jewish Volunteer Center (JVC).

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An Addition to Your Seder Plate

An Addition to Your Seder Plate

This Passover, Federation beneficiary Yodeah is encouraging everyone to add a test tube to their Seder plate to celebrate the scientific advances that help free us from the plagues of our time.

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