JOFEE Archives: Cohort 3 closing with Nigel Savage (Hazon), Steven Green (Jim Joseph Foundation) and JOFEE Fellows
This special edition episode of JOFFICE Space offers a peek into the insider fellowship cohort experience.
Steven Green, from the Jim Joseph Foundation, shares JOFEE torah with the fellows, as well as why JOFEE is important to the field of Jewish education.
Next, the cohort meets with Nigel Savage, CEO of Hazon. Nigel speaks to the fellows about JOFEE successes, and answers a personal/professional question from each one. Fellows have the opportunity to share personal highlights with Nigel and Steven in order to process and report back about their incredible work.
If you are curious about the experience of a JOFEE fellow, this is a great episode to get yourself better acquainted with the ins and outs of the fellowship.
We hope to see you at the JOFEE Network Gathering from August 29 - September 2, at Urban Adamah in Berkeley, and Walker Creek Ranch in Petaluma, CA.
JOFFICE SPACE is the new podcast series from Hazon, exploring the interdependent ecosystem of people and organizations shaping the world of Jewish Outdoor, food, farming & Environmental education (AKA JOFEE) today.
About Hazon: Hazon is the Jewish Lab for Sustainability. The Hebrew word “hazon” means “vision”. Our vision is of a vibrant, healthy Jewish community, in which to be Jewish is necessarily to help create a more sustainable world for all.
JOFFICE SPACE is co-hosted and produced by Yoshi silverstein, Director of the JOFEE Fellowship, and Hannah Henza, JOFEE Program Manager. Season one is edited by our summer JOFEE programs intern, Leora Nevins, and distributed by the Hazon marketing & Communications team.
JOFEE programs are made possible by a growing web of staff, participants, volunteers, lay-leaders, donors, organizations, institutions, and foundations. In particular, our national JOFEE work at Hazon is made possible by funding from the Jim Joseph Foundation.
Music: “Brich Rachamana”, from Songs for Shmita, performed by Fall 2014 Adamah Fellows. https://hazon.bandcamp.com/track/brich-rachamana