Catalysts are peer-led thematic gatherings that bring members of the Revolve community together around a topic they are passionate about.
Revolve encourages all participants to pay for their own travel to and from Catalyst gatherings. Our community of reciprocity requires contributions from all participants, and we hope you consider supporting your personal, professional, and Jewish values development by funding your travel costs to Catalyst. Revolve makes a significant investment in the Catalyst programs and does not charge a participant fee to attend gatherings. Funding your own travel is a great way to contribute to your Catalyst experience.
We realize that our community members represent a broad spectrum of professions, ages, and backgrounds. That diversity makes Revolve a vibrant, intelligent, and unique community. Revolve aims to minimize the financial barriers to attending Catalyst programs and offers the following framework for travel subsidies:
July 21-23, 2017
Catalyst: Spark will “activate activism” by leading participants through collaborative programming aimed at turning their ideas for social change into reality.
August 4-6, 2017
Catalyst: Kaddish provides frameworks for Revolve community members to process loss through the lens of Jewish philosophy, religion, and culture.
August 18-20, 2017
Lake Como, PA
Join Catalyst: Camp to deepen your connection to the Revolve community in a fun and challenging summer camp setting.
September 8-10, 2017
Join us as we venture into the world of food and explore its role in culture, community development, and social justice.
September 15-17, 2017
Catalyst: Sacred provides an opportunity for participants to expand and challenge their own worldviews as they explore the idea of sacredness through an indigenous, Jewish, and personal lens in the context of the sovereign Nations in the Four Corners area of New Mexico.
October 6-8, 2017
Through this Catalyst, we hope to create a space where couples can connect with one another to strengthen their partnerships, while also finding a community of others who will add strength to their bonds.
October 20-22, 2017
Whole person wellness is difficult to maintain; take time to reflect on your wellness needs and leave with strategies to improve your mental, physical and emotional health.