Revolve community members live and work all around the world. While we can’t always be together in person, we can come together and collaborate online. Join us by attending or hosting a Digital Program to convene community members around a topic of shared interest!
Participate in Project Zug with Revolve! The Revolve Community is excited to partner with Project Zug to bring havruta learning to the community! Project Zug is an online havruta (paired/one-on-one) learning platform, which seeks to connect Jews across the world with each other – and with Jewish tradition – through weekly one-to-one paired learning. Project Zug is for people of all backgrounds and allows you to learn on your schedule from the comfort of your own home! Choose from over 30 courses, and we will match you with a learning partner, or sign up with a friend. Interested in Project Zug? Contact Joey Gallagher, Revolve’s Community Program Manager.
Attend a Lachnoch Gathering! Engage with Revolve and seek inspiration from the brilliant people in our community – all without leaving your bed. Lachnoch ( לחנוך in Hebrew, meaning “to facilitate/educate”) is a monthly conversation series where members of the community share their story and answer questions about their area of expertise. Check our Facebook Group or the Calendar section of our website, for the next Lachnoch. Be sure to reach out to Joey Gallagher, Revolve’s Community Program Manager, if you’re interested in facilitating a Lachnoch!
Join the RENEW Cohort for virtual Jewish learning! The purpose of RENEW is to provide interested Revolve members—who identify as Jewish or who are curious in exploring Judaism further—with the opportunity to grow their knowledge of Jewish insights and rituals in a way that can help them more deeply live some of their most precious values. Learn more about the RENEW Cohort, and reach out to Revolve Community Director Lo Siegmund with any questions.
Interested in starting your own program? Hosting a book club meeting? Celebrating Shabbat virtually? Revolve will provide access to digital collaboration tools like Zoom, and consultation with the Leadership Team to help you design your Digital Program. The form and structure of the program is up to you!
Have an idea for a Digital Program?
Past Digital Programs
On September 20, 2016, Revolve hosted a digital conversation on the importance of genetic testing in the Jewish Community. Samantha Greenberg (REALITY Global 2012), who obtained her masters in Genetic Counseling at University of Michigan after completing two years with Teach For America in Tulsa, OK, brought the idea for this Digital Community to Revolve. She was joined by Hillary Kener from JScreen.