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Connect & Learn: The Art of Asking Eternal Questions

Connect & Learn: The Art of Asking Eternal Questions

Thursday, October 20, 2022 - 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm



Spertus Institute and JPRO Chicago present Connect & Learn 

A community-building, professional development series for Spertus students and alumni, professionals at Chicago Jewish organizations, and their guests

Build skills you can apply immediately to your life and work, and at the same time enjoy being part of a lively network of learners and community leaders.

Sessions are online, live, interactive, and collaborative.

Each session will include time to connect, network, meet new colleagues, and strengthen relationships. Sessions take place via Zoom. Login instructions will be provided by email 24 hours in advance.

Rabbi Dr. Josh Feigelson leads this season's first session.

The Art of Asking Eternal Questions
Thursday, October 20, 2022

12:30 PM CT to 1:30 PM CT

Reserve your spot below

We all ask questions every day. But most of us aren’t trained to think much about them. Join Rabbi Josh Feigelson to explore the kinds of questions you ask and learn to craft them more mindfully. Gain greater engagement with your work, clearer communication with family and colleagues, and enhanced skills for facilitation and leadership.

Rabbi Josh FeigelsonRabbi Dr. Josh Feigelson is Executive Director of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality and a member of the Spertus faculty. For six years he served as the Hillel Rabbi at Northwestern University, where he also earned a PhD in Religious Studies. In 2011, he helped found and served as Executive Director of Ask Big Questions, an initiative of Hillel International which won the inaugural Lippman-Kanfer Prize for Applied Jewish Wisdom. 


Save the Dates for Upcoming Sessions
December 15, 2022
February 9, 2023
April 20, 2023

This is a Solomon Goldman Program,
endowed by the late Rose and Sidney Shure.
The series is free thanks their generousity
and the support of donors like you!


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For ticket assistance or program inquiries,
contact public_programs@spertus.edu or 312.322.1739.
 

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