The Network recently signed onto three coalition letters on issues related to our public policy priorities. On April 25th, the Network and JFNA joined over 35 other national organizations in signing a letter to Tennessee State Senators opposing … [Read more...] about Network Signs onto Three Coalition Letters
The Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies is most pleased to announce that it has recently received a generous two-year grant in the amount of $100,000 from The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation of Baltimore, Maryland. The grant has been … [Read more...] about Weinberg Foundation Supports Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies
The Trump Administration proposed a rule recently that would place time limits on nutrition assistance for unemployed and underemployed people who can't document a set number of work hours per week. Read CLASP's latest blog about how the proposal … [Read more...] about Trump Proposal Would Undermine Workforce System
The Boston Foundation recently published four Catapult Papers, authored by Jerry Rubin, CEO of JVS Boston. The Catapult Papers are a series of essays on the future of workforce development and the kinds of workforce organizations that need to be … [Read more...] about The Catapult Papers – The Future of Workforce Development
The best part of our NETWORK is sharing successes. Check out the Network’s latest December Member Highlights. We want to promote your organizations. Let your fellow member agencies know what’s going on in your community! Share updates with Megan, … [Read more...] about December Network Member Highlights – How are you strengthening your community?
With a new Congress fast approaching and a changing political environment, we hope that you and your agency will take the opportunity to weigh in on the Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies 2019 Public Policy Priorities along with the separate … [Read more...] about NJHSA 2019 Public Policy Priorities: 2-Week Comment Period Now Open for Member Agencies – RESPOND TODAY!