Connecting Colorado’s Jewish Teens

Professional Workshops

jHub is excited to provide opportunities for professionals to network and develop their skills. 

Mental Health First Aid

Are you prepared to deal with a mental health crisis of a member of your congregation, colleague at your work, participant in your program, neighbor or friend?

Mental Health First Aid:
• Presents an overview of mental illness and substance use disorders in the U.S.
• Introduces risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems
• Builds understanding of their impact
• Overviews common treatment
• Equips members of the public with the skills needed to help someone developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis

Presenter: Nachson Zohari LCSW, Program Manger for the Office of Behavioral Health Strategies, Denver
Date: Sept 6th and 7th from 8:30 am – 12:30 pm, (8 hour training presented over the course of 2 days)
Location: Temple Emanuel, Room B/C

Cost: Free. This workshop is now full.

Experiential Jewish Education

We’re excited to announce that M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education is coming to Denver! is an international training and research institute dedicated to advancing experiential Jewish education by infusing it with rigor, intentionality and purpose, and by investing in the growth of the field and the retention of its educators. 

Combining theory and practice, will bring together some of the most advanced approaches to help you professionalize your practice and deepen & broaden your impact. 

You’re invited to join us for one or both days (12/14 & 12/15) to sharpen your skills and add to your educator’s toolkit!

Registration is now closed.

Experiential Jewish Education – Part 2

Part one is not a pre-requite to join this dynamic and inspiring workshop when M2 returns to Denver. 

The Typology of Activities

January 23-24, 2017

What makes an activity active? This convening introduces learners to the 17-point Typology of Activities, a framework that focuses on how reshaping environment, accessing intelligences and stimulating senses can impact learner growth. Alongside these theories, the seminar will enable participants to workshop how they can apply what they’ve learned to their work.

Cost is just $36.

Registration is now closed.

Crash Course in Design Thinking

Facilitator: Sarah Cohen from PresenTense

This workshop will introduce participants to the fundamentals of Design Thinking, a human-centered approach to creating new programs, service or products rooted in empathy. This interactive crash course will provide participants with the framework to design innovative programming, and bring fresh perspectives to their agencies.

March 14, 8 am – 10 am

This workshop is FREE but registration is required.

Hebrew Educational Alliance, Goldberger Youth Center

Register Today!

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