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Working to remove gender bias from hiring and employment processes in Jewish organizational life to help women rise to positions of leadership.

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Negotiation: Ask for It with GEiHP
    Zoom
    Apr 16, 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM EDT
    Zoom
    You're worth it. We begin with naming and leveraging your value and experience to ask for what you need and what you're worth in negotiations at work. While we'll focus on negotiations in a time of financial uncertainty, this will be helpful for everyone who needs support negotiating.
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  • JEA Chicagoland Asks For It: Negotiation with GEiHP
    Zoom
    Apr 22, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM CDT
    Zoom
    You're worth it. We begin with naming and leveraging your value and experience to ask for what you need and what you're worth in negotiations at work. This session is reserved for members of the Jewish Educators Assembly, Midwest Region ONLY.
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  • Good Guys: How Men Can Be Better Allies For Women In The Workplace (for CCAR Rabbis)
    Zoom link will be provided prior to event
    May 05, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT
    Zoom link will be provided prior to event
    Sponsored by Rabbis Paul Kipnes & Daniel Plotkin. Let's have a challenging discussion of Smith and Johnson's new book on male allies and how men can show up for women at work. CCAR members ONLY. 5/5, 6/2 and 7/14.
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LEARNING

In order for the change we seek to become embedded in our communal organizations and our individual actions, we dig deeply into cultures of bias and build our capacity–both individual and organizational–to recognize, mitigate and correct these biases as we build support systems to align hiring and employment practices with our Jewish values of equality and fairness.

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ADVOCACY

We learn in order to act, engage in collective and individual action to make change, and support others as we lift our voices to become advocates as we make change together.

 

NETWORK &  SUPPORT

 

 

We believe in the power of network and support. When two come together, we are stronger than when we are alone, and when we form partnerships and coalitions, we develop the powerful relationships that enable us to gather data, engage in research, experiment together and leverage what we have learned to do the work of making change.

 

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