Publication Date: March 1975
Publisher: Jewish Communal Service Association of North America
Author(s): Sue Klarreich
Research Area: Education
Keywords: Higher Education; Organizational Development; Jewish Organizations
The author describes three programs instituted by Jewish Vocational Services of Cleveland, OH, to help undergraduate students to decide whether Jewish communal service would be a good career for them. The programs are: an Intercession Mini-course; a Sociology Practicum in Jewish Social Agencies; and a summer internship program. What makes these programs useful, the author argues, is their experiential, on-site learning.
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