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February 25, 2010 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-02-25

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CHILD CARE/EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATION CENTER DIRECTOR
(LEARNING CARE GROUP/CHILDTIME)

RACHEL LACHOVER

In our mission to redirect the narrative of Southeastern Michigan, Rachel
will be spearheading this new campaign geared towards young Jewish
adults in our region. If you have any information or would like to be
featured in our section, please contact Rachel Lachover at (248) 351-
5156 or rlachover@thejewishnews.com . JOIN US ON FACEBOOK;

• Full Time
• Southfield
• At least 21 years old and current certification
in infant, child and adult CPR and first aid
• Bachelor's degree or higher in early childhood
education or child development -OR-
• Bachelor's degree or higher with 18 credits
in ECE, child development or child-related
field plus one year of teaching experience in
child care setting and one year of supervisory
experience -OR-
• Associate's degree in ECE plus one year of
teaching experience in a childcare setting
and one year of supervisory experience -OR-
• CDA with 18 semester hours in ECE or child
development plus one year of teaching
experience in a childcare setting and one year
of supervisory experience.
• For more information,
www.learningcaregroup.com/careers.asp

search our group name "SE Michigan Jewish Alliance."

What do you like about living
Jewishly in Southeast
Michigan?

0— STAFF NURSE - MISC. DEPARTMENTS,
MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITIES (DMC)














• Part Time & Full Time
Detroit
Must have graduated from an accredited
school of nursing and be licensed to practice
as a Registered Nurse (RN) in the state of
Michigan.
RN in the designated staffing group will be a
member of Patient Care Services Team
Delegates; assesses, provides and evaluates
patient care.
Evaluates patient response to treatment and
nursing interventions and if needed.
Reports directly to senior unit management,
participates in shared decision-making
activities and establishes relationships with
professionals in other health care and
community organizations.
For more information,
www.dmc.org/?id=264&sid=1

— ASSOCIATE, MARKETING (DIGITAS)
• Full Time
• Detroit
• Bachelor's Degree with 1-2 years account
management experience, preferably within
agency.
• Online experience is a must.
• Assists in development and execution of
marketing to meet client objectives.
• Support team on day-to-day client
management for all strategy and execution of
project work.
• For more information,
http://www.digitas.com/careers

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PURIM IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOODS

Make sure to check your synagogue's
programming schedule, Chag Sameach!

YAD'S BOWLING BASH

Thursday, March 11, 8:30 p.m. Langan's

Norwest Lanes, Farmington Hills

Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit's
YAD bowling event. For those who have not
given to Federation in 2010, a minimum gift
of $18 is requested. For more information
or to RSVP, call (248) 203-1470 or go to
jewishdetroit.org/YAD

HY SAFRAN

• Franklin
•U.S. House of
Representatives/Office of
Congressman Gary Peters,
Bloomfield Township
• Graduate, Columbia
University, New York

The history of Detroit Jewry is
something for all of us to take
tremendous pride in; it is now up
to our generation to lead. For over
a century, our community has been
blessed with active, passionate
and generous individuals and our
impact is felt not only locally. but
indeed globally. I am proud I'm a
Jewish Detroiter because it
conveys a tradition of committed
community involvement.
I returned to Detroit after seven
years outside the Midwest in part
to continue the Safran family
legacy of community
involvement. My father has led a
variety of key organizations, and my
grandfather Hy Safran was a pillar
of the community. Carrying on his
name is something I take seriously.

What do you wish Southeast-
ern Michigan could offer and
what changes would you like
to see happen here?

What is troubling is the lack of
enthusiasm many people have
for our community. Whether its
political advocacy, volunteer
projects or a day at the ballpark,
the under-40 crowd of Jewish
Detroit should be socializing with
one another much more often and
be proud to live here.

What are your favorite
hangouts and how do you
spend your free time?

-o ✓

Siteee,51

STEVE
MIGLIORE

•Commerce Twp.
•Evans &Luptak,
P.L.C., Bloomfield
Hills
•Graduate, Wayne
State University,
Detroit, J.D.;WSU,
M.B.A.; Michigan
State University, B.A.

As an attorney at Evans & Luptak,
I handle matters in the areas of corporate

law, commercial transactions, business
planning, taxation, and trust and estate
planning. Evans & Luptak has a rich
history in the Detroit metropolitan area.
I truly enjoy working with an excellent
team of attorneys who excel in their
areas of practice.

Downtown Detroit, Royal Oak,
Birmingham and Ann Arbor are
great loots pots for people my age.
From kosher tailgates outside of
the Big House in Ann Arbor to the
nightlife on Main Street in Royal
Oak, there is plenty to do.

Do you volunteer?

Yes. I'm involved with Federation`s
Young Adult Division, which
has a tremendous amount of
programming appropriate to the
under-40 crowd.

Veimeeer

JARC: MONDAY NIGHT
SWIMMING

Mondays, 6:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.

JCC West Bloomfield
For more information, contact
Lindsay Fox-Wagner at
(248) 538-6610 ext. 349.

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