Publication Date: September 1984
Publisher: Jewish Communal Service Association of North America
Author(s): David Dubin
Research Area: Culture and religion; Education
Keywords: Jewish Organizations; Informal Jewish Education; Jewish Identification
Coverage: United States
This article begins with a definition of the goals of Jewish education as a means of introducing the Jewish Community Center as an important partner in achieving these goals. The author then goes on to describe some environmental factors that give the Center potential and identifies some of its traditional services. He concludes with three unique models that contribute to Jewish education: experiential, interventive and ethnic counseling.
In Journal of Jewish Communal Service, v.61 no.1, Fall 1984.