NEXTGen Detroit

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Please, don’t be shy!

Come say hi to us at events (if we don’t get to you first), email us, find us on Facebook. We love meeting new people and talking about life as a young Jewish adult in Detroit, and we want to talk to YOU about it!

Stefanie Tuzman
NEXTGen Detroit Director | 248.833.2531
Talk to her about any and all things NEXTGen Detroit, including partnering on programs and events. And be sure to ask her how much she likes cheese.

Megan Topper
NEXTGen Detroit Associate Director | 248.203.1460
Talk to her about leadership opportunities, fundraising and campaign, Advance Academy and her secret life as a pop singer.

Brittany Karson
NEXTGen Detroit Associate | 248.203.1494
Talk to her about outreach, Latke Vodka, leadership development, Pitch for Detroit, the Women’s Leadership Series or just general Jewish geography.

Hallie Eisenberg
NEXTGen Detroit Associate | 248.502.2865
Talk to her about Jewish life and education, holiday celebrations, Shvitz It Out, Newish and Jewish, EPIC, Blue and White Night, leadership opportunities or mermaids.

Alyssa Gorenberg
NEXTGen Detroit Associate | 248.203.1485
Talk to her about Good Shabbos Detroit, Torah on Tap, interfaith couples programs, outreach and engagement or kickboxing.

Lauren Kepes
NEXTGen Detroit Employment Speciality |248.233.4243
Talk to her about networking, job searching, finding an internship, professional development or yoga.

Becky Hurvitz
Content Strategist | 248.205.2532
Talk to her about social media, marketing and promotions, Jewish stuff to do in Detroit, outreach or baby animals on the internet.

Judy Lansky
Philanthropic Advancement Associate | 248.205.2535
Talk to her about NEXTGen Detroit Volunteers, NEXTGen Detroit Pride, Bridge Detroit Fellowship, social justice, fundraising or her canine son, Mowgli.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Super Sunday

Sunday, February 26 | 9:00 am-1:00 pm Join us for Super Sunday, a community-wide telethon to strengthen our community and help those in need here in Detroit, in Israel and around the world. Drop in for a little or stay the whole time! Register

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Grit, Perseverance and Frustration Tolerance

How ADHD and Executive Functioning Impacts Learning and Behavior Featuring: Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M. ACAC, ADHD Coach, Teacher Trainer, Parenting Specialist, Mental Health Counselor and Author

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Chocolate, Coffee and Judaism

Chocolate, Coffee and Judaism

Chocolate, Coffee & Judaism An Illuminating & Delectable Experience In Conjunction with the Detroit Institute of Arts’ Exhibition: “Bitter/Sweet: Coffee, Tea & Chocolate” Sunday, February 26, 2017 • 3:30 – 7:30 p.m. Pricing: $38 members | $45 general admission A Day At The DIA 3:30 p.m. The Essence Special guest Rabbi Deborah Prinz Jews on […]

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jbaby detroit! 5-week prenatal birthing class

Learn about labor, delivery, birthing techniques and newborn care — with a Jewish TWIST. The five week series is designed to help prepare expectant couples for labor and delivery and for life as new parents. It also serves as a great way for Jewish couples to meet each other before they have their babies. $136 includes all classes and materials.

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Contact Us

The Leonard N. Simons Jewish Community Archives is located at:

Max M. Fisher Federation Building
6735 Telegraph Road
Suite 310
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301

Phone: (248) 203-1491

Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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Please schedule an appointment before visiting to ensure availability of the collections and a staff person to assist you.

If you would like to view a collection housed at the Reuther Library, please contact their reference archivist to schedule an appointment.

The Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor and Urban Affairs
5401 Cass Avenue
Detroit MI 48202

Phone: (313) 577-4024

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