Have you been inspired to become more active in your community? Are you thinking about ways you can make an impact on the world around you? Are you searching to find fulfillment and meaning? You have come to the right portal. Nothing is more paramount than a sense of community both through participation and service. Whether you choose to serve in one project a year or as an intricately involved leader, you are a vital piece of our community.
The most important element of making work successful, both for you and for the community, is to align your passion with the right job. Each of us has a unique set of talents and interests which motivates us. Identify your area(s) and you will know where to begin looking for opportunities.
Don’t feel pressured to know what you want right away. Test the waters. Any part of the community is happy to have your assistance. Try a few options, and then you will find you will get more deeply involved in the ones that resonate with you. The only important thing is to –
Everything we do affects our world. Why not do something that makes the world a better place? Love and service to our community, that’s our Jewish value.
There are a number of ways to begin (or expand) your journey:
We are excited about having your passion and commitment in our community.
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