Community Leadership Opportunities

Join the NEXTGen Detroit movement and make your mark in the exciting transformation and growth of Jewish Detroit.

Leadership Development
From introductory to high-level, we have a series of leadership development programs that will strengthen your skills and confidence as both a community leader and a professional.

Committees
NEXTGen Detroit is a working partnership between our professional staff and our amazing army of lay-leaders. Joining a committee is the perfect way to make your ideas a reality and help us continue to create a vibrant community.

NEXTGen Detroit Board
Members of the NEXTGen Detroit Board serve as outreach strategists and community ambassadors, charged with contributing to the development and implementation of the programs that will attract and retain the next generation of young Jewish Detroiters. Every year, a limited amount of seats open up, and we put out a call for Board applications in the spring.

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
Oct
25

NEXTGen Detroit Presents: Shake. Stir. Shmooze.

October 25, 2017 | 7:30 PM Detroit City Distillery 2462 Riopelle Historic Eastern Market Detroit, MI 48207 $25 in advance when you register online before October 23rd at NOON $36 at the door Take happy hour into your own hands, and learn how to make some of your favorite classic adult beverages (you know, Moscow […]

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Nov
5

NEXTGen Detroit Volunteer at Fall Fix Up

Join NEXTGen Detroit Volunteers, Repair the World: Detroit and Hillel Metro Detroit at one of the area’s oldest Jewish cemeteries for Jewish Family Services’s 21st Annual Fall Fix Up! We will be cleaning the historic B’nai David Memorial Park Cemetery in Detroit. Sunday, November 5, 2017 | 10:00 am – 12:00 pm B’nai David Cemetery […]

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Nov
9

Bake Sales are My B*tch

Win the Food Allergy Wars with 60+ Recipes to Keep Kids Safe and Parents Sane! April Peveteaux Thursday, November 9 | 7 p.m. Remember when you could just serve kids a peanut butter sandwich and call it a day? Today, that’s known as a recipe for disaster. Peanut allergies. Dairy allergies. Soy allergies. Wheat allergies. […]

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Nov
15

Breaking Bad (News) How to Have the Conversation

Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy Network and Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit’s Maimonides Society invite you to join us for an important evening Breaking Bad (News): How to Have the Conversation Featuring Rachelle Bernacki, M.D. of Harvard Medical School. Wednesday, November 15, 2017 6:00 PM – Dinner 7:00 PM – Introduction & Lecture by Dr. Bernacki […]

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