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BBYO is a youth-led organization that focuses on developing young Jewish leaders that has six chapters in Milwaukee and one in Madison. Our members plan and participate in a variety of social, cultural, athletic, religious, and social action programs, developing a positive Jewish identity based on Jewish values. We provide Jewish youth the opportunity to interact with one another within their communities, in statewide programming activities, and with other Jewish young people from across the country and throughout the world.
BBYO is a partner agency of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation.
Wisconsin Regional Director: Rachael Badt
Chairperson: Melinda Swartz
Serving UWM & nearby colleges
Chabad at UWM is a home away from home where every Jewish student is family. Students get together to experience Judaism in a relaxed and welcoming environment.
Chabad at UWM offers weekly Shabbat dinners, leadership conferences, Holocaust education, Israel programming, community volunteering opportunities, in depth study, student counseling and more.
Directors: Rabbi Chezky & Dobie Thaler
The Lubavitch-affiliated institution offers group classes, lunch and learn, mezuzah affixing, chaplain services, personalized and individual classes throughout the city, individual mitzvah campaigns, Sukkah-mobile and bar mitzvah programs in addition to personalized Rabbinical services for all life cycle events.
A plethora of programming for grades 1 through 6, from special oneg Shabbat activities to mitzvah projects and community-building outings (trips to the water park, ice skating, scavenger hunts, etc.).
Contact: Associate Rabbi Rachel Marks
CTeen is designed to reach teenagers during their transformation between childhood and adulthood. Programming focuses on social, educational, and humanitarian projects, joining teens together in an environment that nurtures the soul and inspires the individual. Through local chapter programming and customized online social networking, teens become part of the worldwide CTeen Network and begin to see society through the Torah’s perspective, learning Jewish values in an intuitive and creative way. This solid Jewish foundation outfits teens with the capacity to make better choices as they grow to adulthood.
CTeen is an affiliate of Lubavitch of Wisconsin
Director: Rabbi Avremi Schapiro
Initiative that provides flexibility for our Chai School (grades 7-12) students to explore their own path to Jewish identity and engagement.
Contact: Associate Rabbi Rachel Marks
We serve nearly 1,000 families yearly at the Harold & Terry Nash Family & Parenting Center, the North Shore’s premier destination for all families. The Harold & Terry Nash Family & Parenting Center provides activities, classes and educational opportunities for the whole family.
Programs allow you to connect with new families and bond with your little one in a nurturing and hands-on environment. Celebrate Jewish holidays, Shabbat dinners, cultivate essential developmental skills and create play-filled memories together with The Harold & Terry Nash Family & Parenting Center. Enjoy cultural arts in the Temkin theater program. Need to get a work out in, or enjoy a service at Teva Spa-Tot Spot, our hourly child care center is the place for you. All of this and more provides educational opportunities for both parents and children, in addition to a variety of services that support young families experiencing the transitions and challenges of parenthood.
The Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center offers programs, services, social, cultural and family-oriented activities in a Jewish setting. A partner in serving the community with the Milwaukee Jewish Federation and the United Way of Greater Milwaukee, Inc.
• Fitness and wellness programs
• Ozone-filtered pools
• Aquatics & recreation
• After school & vacation day programs
• Gan Ami Early Childhood Education
• Steve & Shari Sadek Family Camp Interlaken JCC
• Albert & Ann Deshur JCC Rainbow Day Camp
• Adult Programs
• Ferrante’s at the JCC
• Jewish Community Pantry
• Daniel M. Soref Community Hall
• Daniel M. Soref Education & Retreat Center
• Hy & Richard Smith JCC Water Park
• JCC/CJL Library/Media Center
• And more!
Executive Director: Mark Shapiro
Membership, Program Information, Schedule a Tour: 414-967-8268
Chair: Alicia Sadoff
Catering and Events: 414-967-8283; firstname.lastname@example.org
Cafa B Data: 414-967-8254; email@example.com
Hillel is an accepting and inclusive community for Jewish students on the Lawrence University campus. We welcome all students, faculty, and staff to come celebrate and learn through weekly Shabbats, volunteering, holiday celebrations, and forming close bonds with other members the community.
Co-Presidents: Arielle Kaye (815) 219-3702), Arielle.M.Kaye@Lawrence.edu and Elana Lambert (414) 587-8060, Elana.B.Lambert@Lawrence.edu
Vice President: Julian Cohen
Treasurer: Rebecca Bernheimer
Publicity: Manny Ferreira
Hillel’s mission is to “inspire every Jewish college student to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning and Israel.” Hillel Milwaukee offers social, cultural, religious, educational, Israel awareness and social action activities for Jewish college students at all area universities including UW-Milwaukee, Marquette University, MSOE, Milwaukee Area Technical College and others.
Hillel Milwaukee is a partner agency of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation.
Executive Director: Julie Schack, Julie@HillelMKE.org
President: Michael Schaalman