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August 15, 2013 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-08-15

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>> ... Next Generation ...

In The D

Federation program introduces
young adults to all the Motor City has to offer.

n July 29, more than 70 young Jewish adults came together
for an incredible Downtown event: Live! Work! Play! in the
D!. The evening included a tour of five Downtown buildings, a
panel discussion with young Jewish professionals living in the
city and ended high in the skyline with a networking reception on the roof
of the M@dison Building.
Sponsored by CommunityNEXT, a division of Federation's NEXTGen
Detroit, this event showed Detroit as a vibrant and meaningful home
for young adults. These college-aged participants had the opportunity to
hear about city life from a diverse group of panelists, all with different
perspectives, all who work, live and play in the D. These five panelists
shared their background, points of view and overall passion for the city
of Detroit.
Everyone in attendance was excited and inspired by the many
opportunities in Detroit and how they can envision being a part of the
city's growth and overall future. There was an outpouring of interest
expressed about attending future NEXTGen Detroit events in the city and
getting more involved with Detroit-related student organizations on their
college campuses. With this amazing feedback, NEXTGen Detroit is set
to host an intra-Jewish dialogue focusing on the shared experiences of
young Jews in Metro Detroit. Stay tuned for more information.



Raphael Davidov and other participants nosh
at the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue.

Josh Morof, Adam Rubenfire, Bayley Sakwa, liana Woronoff, Heather Rosenbaum

and Nate Strauss on the rooftop of the M@dison Building

Panelists Noam Kimelman, Jacob Smith, Andrew
Landau, Rachel Klegon and Anna Kohn in the

M@dison Building auditorium

Bruce Schwartz gives a tour of the
Compuware Building.

36 August 15 • 2013

Lindsay Leder, Devorah Pinson, Jaimee Wine,
Andrew Landau, Miriam Svidler and Robert
Wittenberg on the rooftop of the M@dison Building

Jessica Curhan, Amy Oberman, Hallie Eisenberg,
Shayna Stillman and Rebecca Sternberg in the
M@dison Building auditorium

Bobby Siporin, Leah Sternberg and Perry Teicher

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