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Our events are intriguing, insightful, and thought-provoking. Spend an evening hearing from today’s leading thinkers in the Jewish world and beyond. Transform an ordinary day into an opportunity to connect with other like-minded people, or have your eyes opened to a new point of view. You won't want to miss these events coming right up. Explore our full calendar of events here.

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2019 • 6:30 - 8:30 pm • UJA-Federation of NY

Batter Up!: Baseball Insiders on the Upcoming Season
Spring Training is here! Join UJA to hear the inside scoop on all things baseball. Industry veterans will talk business and provide their insights on this season's Yankees and Mets. As you look forward to spring with this expert panel, learn how UJA’s Sports For Youth makes it possible for thousands of kids to get in the game, regardless of physical or financial limitations.

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2019 • 6:30 - 8:30 pm • UJA-Federation of NY

The Art of Standing Out and Getting Noticed
In 2019, standing out is harder than ever. Modern technology has completely changed the marketing landscape. Join Young Entertainment for a special panel with industry experts on how to break out from the pack. You’ll hear about the best strategies to make a company’s brand stand out and how experts work their resources to win and retain customers. As you learn how to make the most of a brand’s potential, explore how UJA’s work is helping people explore their passions in business through job trainings and financial assistance.

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SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 2019 • 3:00 - 6:00 pm • Central Synagogue

Israelsectionality – Complexities, Conversations, and College
Part 2: Addressing the Perception of Israel on Campus
Our second event in this series will bring together current college students and campus professionals to tell you what it’s really like for Jewish students on campus. You’ll learn important strategies — from those already on the ground — for speaking rationally and respectfully about Israel with peers from all walks of life and with diverse beliefs. You’ll also learn what resources and initiatives, many supported by UJA, are available to help you meaningfully express your connection to Judaism at college.

This event is intended for teens in high school and their parents. You don’t need to have been present at Part I of this event to attend Part II.

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