The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles launches Campus Impact Network to address antisemitism on college campuses. The program aims to support Jewish college students in LA, empower student leaders, promote a positive view of Israel, and strengthen advocacy efforts. Micro-grants will be provided for campus programs. Contact AFGoldberg@JewishLA.org for more information.
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block assures leaders from the Jewish community at a Federation meeting that UCLA is a safe campus for Jewish students. The Chancellor offers support and proposes collaboration between the larger community, students, and administration to create a welcoming Jewish campus community. The event, moderated by Richard Sandler, highlights the University’s commitment to student safety. Contact Robert Oliver at (323) 761-8604 or ROliver@JewishLA.org for more information on the Federation’s Campus Impact Network.
Campus Impact Network empowers Jewish student leaders to combat BDS movement and reshape political environments on their campuses. Students participated in a day-long workshop, facilitated by Reinvent Communications, where they developed campus initiatives and pitched them to a panel of judges. 14 micro-grants were awarded to support initiatives that build bridges and create deep impact. Contact DGold@JewishLA.org for more information.
The Jewish Federation’s Campus Impact Network (CIN) equips Jewish student leaders with the tools to combat anti-Israel sentiments on college campuses. Through intensive leadership training and networking, students develop SMART goals to create change and form coalitions. The program also offers micro grants and mentorship opportunities. Contact Dan Gold at (323) 761-8138 or DGold@JewishLA.org for more information.