How You Help: Jonathan Finds His Voice
"In the hallways when I was walking to my classes, I could hear them commenting, 'hey, get in the oven,' and, 'that's why your grandparents died in a fire,' and how they wished that Hitler were still alive."
For 14-year-old Jonathan going to school was a nightmare.
For years he was forced to put with antisemitism while school officials did nothing. That is until his mother reached out to the Jewish Community Relations Council of Cincinnati for help.
Holocaust Survivor Connects With Students
Holocaust survivor Conrad shares his story to a group of ten middle and high school students, cautioning them, "it started just like today, little things. It's up to you, as leaders of the future, to make it a better world."
Rosh Hashanah Greeting 2019
New Year greeting featuring lay leaders for the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati at a number of iconic locations around the Cincinnati Jewish community.
Cincy Internships: Reily
Reily talks about the "Workum Fund" program, and interning at the Mayerson JCC, as part of the Cincy Internships program.
Culinary Exchange: Kosher BBQ Cook Off
The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati's community building department held a culinary exchange where professional chefs from Israel visited professional Jewish chefs in the Cincinnati area. As part of the experience, the chefs took part in a Kosher BBQ Cook Off.
JVS Career Services: Lee Testimonial
JVS Career Services helps people clients with every aspect of their careers. From internships, to job placement, career coaching, executive training and more. Lee moved from New York to Cincinnati, while switching careers. He explains how JVS helped him to land not one, but two jobs he loves.