Alina Bitel currently works as the Program Director for Engagement Initiatives at the Foundation for Jewish Camp (www.jewishcamp.org). Prior to joining the FJC team, Alina spent 10 years working at the Marks JCH of Bensonhurst, as the Director of Teen Department, Israel Education Deparment, and later, Leadership Development. Alina has led multiple Jewish Educaitonal programs year-round for ages 6 through 36, staffed over a dozen of Israel experience programs, organized and ran social action projects, and developed numerous engaging educational programs. Alina earned her MSW at Columbia University and her BA at New York University. She also is a graduate of the Merrin Fellowship of the JCC Association, and holds a certificate of executive education from the UJA Federation of New York and Columbia University SIPA Muehlstein Institute for Jewish Professional Leadership.
Website URL: http://www.jewishcamp.org
Thursday, 13 May 2010 00:29
While there is a plethora of resources that provide advice on making the right educational choices for your children, i.e: which school has which specialized program, what your child should know by a certain age, and what tests are indicative of your child’s academic achievement, there is an area of our children’s development that is often overlooked.
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