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March 05, 2004 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-05

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I'm taking the lead in
Jewish Education.

I had an education background in informal, non-traditional

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settings, and I was looking for a graduate school that would

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tailor a program to my interests

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a love

of camp and the arts. The Davidson

School was the perfect choice. My

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mentors worked with me to craft a

program that would prepare me for my profession

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and enable me to apply what I was learning out

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in the field. The combination of a strong Jewish

studies curriculum and a creative education

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program led to a leadership position that

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continues to stimulate and fulfill me every day.

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Naomi Less

Program Officer
Foundation for Jewish Camping
New York , NY

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The Jewish
Theological
Seminary

3 0 8 0 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
212.678.8030

www.jtsa.ed.u/davidson

We teach Jewish leaders.

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