Don't teach your students about the power of giving. Inspire them.
Social entrepreneurship is foundational to Judaism. Through this engaging and immersive online program, teenagers will have an extraordinary opportunity to learn about business and social entrepreneurship from our team of incredibly successful mentors. Students will be left feeling energized, passionate and driven to dream. We provide the tools and inspiration they need to be become committed contributors to Jewish society and the world at large.
Why mandate communal service programs? This program will inspire students to get involved in a way that's life changing, teaching valuable skills along the way.
Why spend thousands of dollars on course materials? Ours is completely free! Yes, you read that right. FREE and no strings attached.
MEET OUR COURSE MENTORS
FOUNDER, LIFE VEST INSIDE
LVI runs programs in over 50 countries that bring people together to spread kindness.
Her video The Kindness Boomerang has over 100 million views online.Her TED talk has been seen by over 300,000 people and she has been featured on CBS, NBC Today
CEO BRUW COFFEE
Max Feber is a 21 year old entrepreneur who got a deal with Mark Cuban on season 10 of Shark Tank. He's currently in business school and simultaneously runs his own coffee company with Mark Cuban called BRUW.
FOUNDER, REBEL MAIL
Joe is a young entrepreneur who sold his company Rebelmail for millions and started goodtoday.org which encourages people to become a philanthropist with as little as twenty-five cents a day.
SENIOR MANAGER, CITIGROUP
Edward Karan leads the Professional Services Group at Citi Private Bank. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Hebrew Free Loan Society, a nonprofit microfinance organization that has provided interest-free loans for small businesses
Eli is the founder and president of United Hatzalah. He has reimagined first response by training EMT volunteers to respond to local calls using ambucycles; fully equipped motorcycles that can reach patients in record time. His technology has saved thousands of lives.
AUTHOR, CHOCOLATE BAR
At the age of 6, Dylan Siegel wrote a book to raise money to help his best friend who was suffering from a rare liver disease. He raised almost $2 million and as result of his efforts, a pharmaceutical company invested $100 million into a cure which is now in clinical trials.
FOUNDER, KNOCK KNOCK GIVE A SOCK
Adina is the founder of Knock Knock Give a Sock. She's collected over 1 million socks for homeless people. Adina also brings corporate executives together with homeless people creating a meaningful dialogue.
PRESIDENT, WATERGEN USA
Watergen USA, is an Israeli based company that creates clean, drinking water from thin air. Watergen technology is bringing fresh water to remote places in Africa and the Sudan and in recent years, their water trucks have been to every major disaster zone in the world including Haiti and the 9/11 rescue efforts.
Oren is the founder of Resurf, a nonprofit that refurbishes used, donated surfboards and ships them to surf clubs they have created around the globe that service underprivileged youth. Oren is also the program director for NCSY Relief Missions.