Rabbi David Levy

Dave LevyRabbi David Levy is the Director of Teen Learning for the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. In this capacity Rabbi Levy works to strengthen and transform teen learning in and among Conservative kehillot, as well as leading USY and Kadima. Previously, Rabbi Levy worked as the director of admissions for The Rabbinical School and H. L. Miller Cantorial School and College of Jewish Music of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Rabbi Levy worked for Colgate University, where he served as the University Chaplain and director of Jewish life. In 2007, while at Colgate, Rabbi Levy was selected by Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life as a recipient of the Richard M. Joel Exemplar of Excellence Award. Rabbi Levy is the author of “A Guide for the New Jewish College Student,” a resource published by Koach, the Conservative Movement’s college outreach program. He is also a frequent contributor to Jewish Values Online You can follow “Rabbi Dave” on Twitter at @rabbidavelevy.

Centennial Blog

Now What?

By Kathy Elias What has United Synagogue been doing in the last month since the opening of its Centennial – The Conversation of the Century? We have been going through evaluations, developing a schedule of webinars that will feature speakers and resources from the conference, and simultaneously laying the groundwork for our next convention. We have been delighted by the calls and emails from hundreds of attendees with a single message: “Give us more!” The feedback from our sessions tells us why. After many of the workshops during our conference, people filled out short questionnaires to note what they learned, what they’ll do next, and what additional questions remain.


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