Monday, November 15, 2021

Date Event Location Contact
JVS Career & Employment

2-3:30pm

JVS Career & Employment

LinkedIn is a critical tool in your networking toolbox. Social media continues to impact the job market and learning the best ways to show your worth online is crucial to landing your next position. LinkedIn workshops convene March 14, April 14, May 9, June 23, July 27 and August 29, 2022.

After you have registered, you will receive an emailed link the day of the event, allowing you access to the workshop you have registered for. 

JVS Career & Employment
JVS Career & Employment
Chelsea Sammarco
ChelseaSammarco@JCFS.org
Children & Adolescents

6-7pm

Children & Adolescents

Looking for a fun way to learn social awareness, communication skills, and self-regulation? The Social Superhero Training Academy is open! In this speech-language pathologist-lead group, children will learn strategies to be flexible-thinking superheroes. Practice these new social superhero powers by reading stories, playing games, making crafts, and more! This 8-week group will be offered in-person at our clinic!

Children & Adolescents

Elaine Kersten Children's Center
255 Revere Drive, Suite 200
Northbrook, IL 60062

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Children & Adolescents
Megan Kowalski
MeganKowalski@JCFS.org
Children & Adolescents

6-7pm

Children & Adolescents

Join our Speech-Language Pathologist for a creative, hands-on theater experience. Table readings, script writing, stage cuing, and set design will be incorporated into this 8-week group. Thespians will work on fluent oral reading, articulation, story analysis, social cues, and writing. At the end of the 8 weeks, our all camp-inspired, written, and produced play will be shared with families.

*Geared for children 11-15 years old

Children & Adolescents

Elaine Kersten Children's Center
255 Revere Dr.
Suite 200
Northbrook, IL 60062

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Children & Adolescents
Megan Kowalski
MeganKowalski@JCFS.org
Jewish Community Programs

7pm

Jewish Community Programs

Join our virtual workshop where we will read passages from two of our beloved books about grief and loss, with optional opportunities to write and share responses from thoughtful writing questions. 

Everyone is welcome, whether you have experienced grief recently or a while ago. It is not necessary to have the books, but if you have copies, please bring them to the session. A comprehensive bibliography on grief and loss reading will be sent following the session.

Jewish Community Programs
Jewish Community Programs
Carol Brumer Gliksman
CarolBrumerGliksman@JCFS.org