10 Meetup Groups match “jewish” near York, PA
Looking to meet the young adult Jewish crowd? Getting tired of only meeting others at happy hours? So am I. Want to make lasting friendships, meet other Jews of in the area, dine out, see the sights, museums, go to the theater or even have potluck Shabbat dinner? Want to shmooze with the Jews? This is the meetup for you. This is a 20s and 30s meetup group for people who identify as being Jewish.
Welcome to the Baltimore Jewish Book Club! We are an organization whose interests include books, eating, and schmoozing. The Book Club is open to anyone and everyone interested in participating in a reading group. Our general topics incorporate all things Jewish, including but by no means limited to: -Fiction relating to Jewish themes/topics (by any author) -Non-fiction relating to Jewish history, culture, and religion (by any author) -Fiction and non-fiction written by Jewish and/or Israeli aut …
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Calling anyone who wants to meet more Jewish Business People and increase your Business Connections. This meeting is open to everyone! Post events of interest as well!
This is a group open to Young Professionals interested in networking and becoming a part of something constructive, positive and influential. We will meet once a month - and if there is continued interest, potentially more! Looking forward to bringing everyone together and meeting one another!
Empower yourself with knowledge of the most current job search and recruiting trends. Learn hot tips on how to “brand” yourself to get results. Network with other job seekers to build a supportive network and cultivate relationships. Develop important social media strategies for an effective job search. Advance your interviewing and negotiating skills. This Meetup is sponsored by Jewish Community Services, Career Services and facilitated by Ronnie Green, a professional Career Coach and Inter …
A warm group of friendly folks who meet for Jewish services once a month. We come from a variety of Jewish backgrounds and walks of life: young, old, family, married, single, GLBT. Services are led by Rabbi Jonathan Panitz, formerly of Bolton Street Synagogue, and prior to that of the U.S. Naval Academy and Chaplain of the 6th Fleet.
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Whether you’re new in town or have lived in Baltimore all your life, volunteering is a great way to meet people who share your interests while fulfilling the mitzvah of tikkun olam (repairing the world) – and it feels good, too! If you are looking for either a one-time project or an ongoing opportunity, JVC offers a variety of ways for young adults in their 20’s & 30’s to mix and mingle while participating in meaningful, hands-on volunteer experiences.
Limmud is an international movement and philosophy that is now taking root in Baltimore. Join other open-minded Jews for a unique experience of forging new connections, celebrating Jewish study, culture and identity, and taking yourself one step further in your Jewish journey. We are a multi-denominational, entirely volunteer-driven organization dedicated to the creation of engaging opportunities and experiences. Wherever you are, there's a place for you at Limmud Baltimore.
Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, Business Development Individuals, Meet other local individuals who are interested in advancing their business through Networking, Collaboration and Brain Storming. Who should attend; Business Start-ups, Business Owners and Entrepreneurs at all levels. We focus on helping people who want to make a difference. This is NOT your typical meet and greet event! What is it: The main focus of this Meetup is to be an idea exchange and support group - not a leads group. …
East Bank Havurah is an egalitarian fellowship of people of diverse backgrounds and ages seeking to practice Judaism in a joyful participatory manner. Spiritual growth, as individuals and as a community, is the cornerstone of our group. We take turns leading services and encourage members to expand their participation at their own pace. We were formed more than 30 years ago with the inspiration and guidance of Rabbi Zalman Shachter Shalomi.
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