The Network for Jewish Youth Provision
For better Jewish engagement
Reshet (meaning ‘network’ in Hebrew) is a small unit, established by UJIA and the Jewish Leadership Council, to bring together organisations and professionals in informal Jewish education and improve this vital provision.
The initiative is working with informal Jewish educators in schools, synagogues, youth movements, organisations and clubs across the UK, boosting engagement with young people now and for future generations. With Reshet’s support, educators are building strong Jewish identities and creating opportunities for young people who are eager to lead and are committed to engagement with Israel.
Through its network, Reshet facilitates high quality educational, training and development opportunities, strategic planning, Jewish youth work advocacy and promotion fundraising support for 2,000 professionals.
The Reshet website shares information about an array of informal Jewish activities provided by youth organisations, offers free downloadable educational resources and is a central place advertising jobs in the field.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
"We need to work in partnership to maximise the Jewish experiences of our young people." Shelley Marsh, Executive Director of Reshet.
Young people sent on UJIA-supported Israel tour, gap year and other Israel experience programmes last year
School students benefiting from our UJIA JAMS programme in the last year
OF CHILDREN IN NORTHERN ISRAEL LIVE BELOW THE POVERTY LINE.
YOUNG PEOPLE REACHED BY UJIA IN THE GALIL DIRECTLY EVERY YEAR.
Merom Hagalil’s income is almost 40% below the national average
Number of youth movements receiving key funding from UJIA