It has taken me just over a month to even begin to find the right words to describe all that ASB meant to me — and quite honestly, I’m not sure any words on any page will have the power, strength, or weight to accomplish that.
Emily Zonder (she/her), Volunteer
Community is when I found myself in a room with the cashier from my favorite restaurant, a man I met at the art gallery visiting the Repair Workshop, and a volunteer from one of our partner organizations and found out they were all brothers.
Jon Cohen (he/him), Brooklyn Fellow, 2015-16
When this opportunity came up, not only was I excited to volunteer with a food justice organization, and I was intrigued by the opportunity to make my high holiday experience more meaningful.
Matthew Renick (he/him), Philadelphia Fellow, 2013-14
To deliver deepest meaning, service programs should include three elements: hands-on (direct) service, contextual Jewish and civic education, and personal reflection.
David Eisner (he/him), Former CEO of Repair the World
I grew in ways that I didn't anticipate during this year. I am a very different person than I was back in September, and I am still blown away by the many ways in which this program challenged me to think outside the box and explore things in a new manner.
Stephanie Bello (she/her), Philadelphia Fellow, 2013-14
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