Schusterman Connection Points are local and thematic peer-led gatherings designed to enable dynamic young leaders to shape their own Jewish experiences.

Over the past three years, more than 1,500 young Jewish leaders have participated in 27 Connection Point gatherings that have taken place on four continents, covering topics as diverse as 3D printing, the arts, inclusivity, international development, social justice and more.

Asylum Arts | International Jewish Artist Retreat - 2015

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International Jewish Artist Retreat - A three-day retreat that allows artists to explore and deepen their connection to Jewish ideas, culture and community with an international group of like-minded artists.

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Asylum Arts, International Jewish Artist Retreat - 2013, 2014

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International Jewish Artist Retreat – For two consecutive years, Asylum brought together 65 multi-disciplinary artists from around the world to learn from experts, working artists, and from each other. Participants learned from master classes led by professionals from leading arts organizations, explored Jewish themes and ideas, and had the opportunity to share skills and discuss their own work.

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Eighteen:22 | A Think-Tank for Jewish LGBTQ Activists (August 11-13, 2015)

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A Think-Tank for Jewish LGBTQ Activists - A global network for change. The next chapter of LGBTQ Jewish life.

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Elevation W | Desert Retreat for Female Jewish Entrepreneurs - 2015

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A Desert Retreat for Female Jewish Entrepreneurs - Elevation W presents a powerful opportunity for leading and promising women from the startup industry to ideate, innovate, and grow both personally and professionally.

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From Me to We: Between Tribal and Global - 2014

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Between Tribal and Global – Committed, caring Jews have long struggled with two approaches to Jewish social responsibility: Should community resources focus on internal change, primarily for our own needs or on external change, for the larger society in which we live? We invited young Jewish leaders from Europe, Israel and the U.S., from the Siach network and beyond, to join us as we explored this dichotomy.

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ID2, Israeli Designed International Development - 2013, 2014

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Israeli Designed International Development – An exclusive three day gathering that brought together 70 young innovators, entrepreneurs and international development professionals from Israel and all over the world. In its second year, ID² promoted and inspired an in depth engagement with the theme 'entrepreneurship for development.'

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