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June 18, 1976 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 June 18, 1976

trBar.Mitzvahs—Weddings:
4c Banquets, etc.

AJCommittee Task Force on Women
Probes Aspects of Volunteerism Locally

JOE ANTON
*
.
541-8067
4 f*************vi.

The Detroit Chapter,
American Jewish Commit-
tee Task Force on Concerns

****************
*Music for all occasions.*

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CALL BUS. MI 4-1930
RES. 642-6836
1350 N. WOODWARD, BIRMINGHAM

of Jewish Women sponsored
a meeting June 3 on "The
Hidden Agenda of Today's
Volunteer". Held at the
Jewish Community Center,
attended by 75 wc men rep-
resenting 27 JewiEh urg,:ni-
zations and agencies, the
meeting was the culmina-
tion of a year's programing
exploring the subject of vol-
unteerism.
Beatrice Rowe, chairman
of the Detroit Chapter Task
Force, chaired the program
Mildred GrossmaD, chapter
vice president, leU the pro-
gram.
The goal of the task force
is to strengthen the Ameri-
can Jewish community by
full utilization of its human
resources. By examining the
roles of women in the com-
munity, the task force mem-
bers hope to better under-
stand them and the women
they work with, to improve
the strength of Jewish or-
ganizations, and to raise the
consciousness of persons
with influence in the corn-
' munity to the need for
change where it may be
necessary.
At the June 3 meeting,
the women formed small
groups, each led by a facil-
itator.They were: Shelby
Tauber (National, Council
of Jewish Women), Ed-
wina Davis (NCJW), Re-
nee Mahler (Jewish Wel-
fare Federation), Nancy
Hirsch (JWF), Jessie
Stern (NCJW), Zivia
Grekin (NCJW), Helen
Shevin (NCJW), Susie Ci-
trin (JWF), Eizelyn Or-
bach broadcast consult-
ant.)
The organizations repre-
sented by the 75 women pre-
sent, aside from those listed
above, included: Fresh Air
Society, Hadassah, Michi-
gan Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods, Resettlement
Service, Institute for Social
Research, Cong. Beth
Achiin, Wayne State Uni-
versity, Bnai Brith Women,
Channel 56 Television, Jew-
ish Home for Aged, Or-
chards Children's Service,
Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iary, Jewish Vocational
Service, Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek, League of Jewish
Women, Jewish Family
Service, Federation Apart-
ments, Wayne County Run-
away Shelter Coalition,
Temple Emanu-El Sister-

.

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hood, Jewish Community
Council, American Jewish
Committee Task Force on
Women, Pioneer Women
and Beth Moses Sisterhood.
An evaluation sheet dis-
tributed to the women re-
vealed that the majority of
them found the meeting
helpful in looking at their
roles within their own or-
ganizations.
The women also indi-
cated their preferences for
future programing. In or-
der of priority they were:
programs that would
strengthen volunteer or-
ganizations; programs
that would aid profession-
als in utilizing the skills of
volunteers; a cross-gener-
ational workshop on Jew-
ish women; a workshop

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exploring the changing
roles of Jewish men and
women.
The "hidden agenda" that
emerged from women pre-
sent at the meeting centered
on the fact that volunteer
work which had once pro-
vided great satisfaction for
the many in the "middle"
echelons, and even at the
top, was being questioned.
Some of the comments
were: With more women
returning to school or work,
some see volunteerism as a
luxury or as having less
status than in the past.
Some organizations are not
responding to the newer
goals of women. There are
volunteers who are begin-
ning to see their role as
leading to eventual entry
into the work or academic
world. Concern was ex-
pressed as to whether youn-
ger women would follow the
traditional patterns of vol-
unteer service to the com-
munity.
There was interest ex-
pressed in the idea of job de-
scriptions and job resumes
for volunteers, and possible
college accreditation for
courses that would be help-
ful to effective volunteer-
ism. These changes, it was
felt, would create a commit-
ment to "volunteer profes-
sionalism."

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