Business Briefs

Business briefs 3.6.15

ot-sarah langertSARAH LANGERT, leadership development and PR director at the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona, was among 100 American Taglit Fellows who attended a four-day Taglit-Birthright Israel training in Chicago in August with experts in Jewish, Israel and experiential education. Fellows were selected from a pool of hundreds of applicants. Taglit-Birthright Israel recently held a training in San Diego for the second cohort of American Taglit Fellows.

The National Inclusion Project has chosen the TUCSON JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER as one of its partners for 2015. To enrich the JCC’s summer camp program, the National Inclusion Project will provided $10,000 in grant funding, its “Let’s ALL Play” program model, training, an annual Power of Play conference and access to a network of inclusion experts.

THE WEST, 5615 E. River Road, Suite 101, will hold a book signing event on March 12, from1-2:30 p.m., for Jennifer Ward, author of 12 children’s books including “Mama Built a Little Nest” and “Way Out in the Desert.” For more information call 299-1044.