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JESNA

JESNA is the Jewish federation systems educational coordinating, planning, and development agency. A national, non-profit agency, it was created in 1981. It closed in 2013.

Jewish Awareness America

Jewish Awareness AMerica is an American non-profit organization dedicated to educating Jewish students and graduates about Jewish heritage and values. It was founded in the late 1990s by Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz of Machon LTorah with the aim of p ...

Jewish Student Union

The Jewish Student Union, or JSU is an organization run by the Orthodox Unions youth group, NCSY. Created in 2002, JSU attempts to create Jewish culture clubs in public schools across the United States. JSU was created to serve a broad spectrum o ...

Jewish Tribune (UK)

The Jewish Tribune is a privately owned Haredi weekly newspaper based in Stamford Hill with offices in Golders Green, London and Manchester. Founded in 1962, it appears in newspaper form every Thursday, providing up to date news from UK Jewish co ...

Jewish World Review

Jewish World Review is a free, online magazine updated Monday through Friday, which seeks to appeal to "people of faith and those interested in learning more about contemporary Judaism from Jews who take their religion seriously." It carries info ...

Judaica Press

Judaica Press is an Orthodox Jewish publishing house founded in New York City in 1963 by S. Goldman, and then taken over by his son Jack Goldman in response to the growing demand for books of scholarship in the English-speaking Jewish world. In a ...

Kadimah (student association)

Kadimah was the first Jewish student association in Vienna, founded many years before Theodor Herzl became the leading spokesman of the Zionist movement.

Kehillat Israel

Kehillat Israel is a reconstructionist congregation in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles. They are one of two reconstructionist synagogues in greater Los Angeles. Their senior rabbi is Amy Bernstein.

Koach

KOACH was the campus student organization for Conservative Judaism on many college and university campuses and in many Hillels in the United States and abroad. KOACH was a project of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. KOACHs director w ...

The Leffell School

The Leffell School is a K–12 private, co-educational, Jewish day school in New York, United States. It was established in 1966 by Max Gelb and operates on two campuses; a Lower School in White Plains and an Upper School in Hartsdale. On July 1, 2 ...

Masorti on Campus

Masorti on Campus is a student organization for Conservative Judaism on North American college and university campuses; working with Hillel and other Jewish campus life organizations. MoC connects students and Jewish professionals from different ...

Modern Orthodox Judaism outreach

Within Modern Orthodox Judaism, the Union of Orthodox Congregations created the National Conference of Synagogue Youth to reach Jewish teenagers in public schools. Founded by Rabbi Pinchas Stolper, himself a noted charismatic speaker and writer, ...

Morris Winchevsky School

The Morris Winchevsky School is a supplemental Jewish school in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The focus of the curriculum is on strengthening ties to Jewish culture and heritage within a secular humanist framework. Key focuses are Tikkun Olam and soc ...

Mosad Keren Hatzole

Mosad Keren Hatzole is a charity fund founded by the Satmar Rebbe, Grand Rabbi Joel Teitelbaum, in 1979. Its purpose is to raise money to support educational institutions in the Land of Israel that, being ideologically opposed to the State of Isr ...

Ohr Avner Chabad Day School (Baku)

Ohr Avner Chabad Day School is an educational complex founded by Baku religious community of Jews. The school was registered for a teaching license on April 25, 2003. As a part of Ohr Avner Chabad strategy, a special attention is paid to developm ...

Rabbinic cabinet

A rabbinic cabinet or rabbinic council is a branch of a usually secular Jewish organization of some type. Rabbinic cabinets are reserved as advisory and outreach councils for rabbis and cantors who are members of such organizations. They are not ...

Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association

The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association founded in 1974, is the professional association of rabbis affiliated with Reconstructionist Judaism. It has approximately 300 members, most of whom are graduates of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Co ...

Russian Jewish Congress

The Russian Jewish Congress is a non-profit charitable fund and a Russian Jewish organization. It was established in 1996 by the initiative group of the Jewish businessmen, active workers and religious figures for revival of the Jewish life in Ru ...

Shalom College, University of New South Wales

Shalom College is a residential college located on the Kensington campus of the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia founded in 1973. Although it is run by Sydneys Jewish community and observes Jewish culture, the college is open to ...

South African Jewish Board of Deputies

The South African Jewish Board of Deputies is an organisation formed in 1912 from the merger of the Board for the Transvaal and the Board for the Cape. It serves as the central representative institution of most of the countrys Hebrew congregatio ...

South African Jewish Maritime League

The South African Jewish Maritime League is a Jewish organisation in South Africa. Established in 1938, it is constitutionally constrained to maritime related activities, with a focus on youth development. The objective of the founders was to est ...

South Philadelphia Shtiebel

The South Philadelphia Shtiebel is an active synagogue and community center located in a storefront on Easy Passyunk Avenue in the East Passyunk neighborhood of South Philadelphia. The South Philadelphia Shtiebel is led by Hadas Fruchter, and off ...

Swiss Union of Jewish Students

The Swiss Union of Jewish Students is the umbrella organization of the Jewish student or young adults unions in Switzerland. SUJS represents the young Jews that are from 18 years old until 35 years old. SUJS is a member union of the European Unio ...

United Synagogue Day School

Robbins Hebrew Academy, formerly known as United Synagogue Day School, is a private elementary and middle school Jewish day school in Toronto, Ontario. Founded in 1957 as the Foundation Day School at the Beth Tzedec Synagogue, it was renamed Unit ...

Womens Rabbinic Network

Womens Rabbinic Network is an American national organization for female Reform rabbis. It was founded in 1975 by female rabbinic students. Rabbi Deborah Prinz was its first overall coordinator and Rabbi Myra Soifer was the first editor of its new ...

Yavneh Olami

Yavneh Olami was an international Religious Zionist student organization that worked to inspire and educate Jewish students from the Diaspora to strengthen their connection to Israel and the Jewish People. The organization, affiliated with World ...

BioGeM

The BioGeM Institute is a nonprofit consortium formed by the National Research Council, the University of Naples "Federico II", the LUMSA of Rome, the Trieste AREA Science Park, the University of Udine, the Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn of Naple ...

Biological Society of Washington

The Biological Society of Washington is a worldwide acting scientific organisation established on 3 December 1880 in Washington, D.C., United States. The original purpose was "to encourage the study of the Biological Sciences and to hold meetings ...

Deutschsprachige Mykologische Gesellschaft

Deutschsprachige Mykologische Gesellschaft e.V. has been acknowledged as a non-profit organisation. The society was founded in 1961 as a platform for all scientists of the German-speaking area who are interested in mycology either from a medical ...

Illinois Mycological Association

The Illinois Mycological Association or IMA is a group of mushroom enthusiasts, citizen scientists, foragers, and professional mycologists based in the Chicago area. Meetings are held monthly, except in some winter months, at the Niles Historical ...

Institute of Biological Engineering

The Institute of Biological Engineering or IBE is a non-profit professional organization which encourages inquiry and interest in the field of biological engineering.

International Mycological Institute

The International Mycological Institute was a non-profit organisation, based in England, that undertook research and disseminated information on fungi, particularly plant pathogenic species causing crop diseases. It was established as the Imperia ...

International Organization for Succulent Plant Study

The International Organization for Succulent Plant Study describes itself as a "non-governmental organization promoting the study and conservation of succulent and allied plants and encouraging collaboration among scientists and curators of signi ...

Mycological Society of San Francisco

The Mycological Society of San Francisco is an amateur club based in the San Francisco Bay Area, "dedicated to promoting the understanding and enjoyment of fungi." Meetings are held every third Tuesday, and the society newsletter, Mycena News, is ...

National Marine Mammal Laboratory

The National Marine Mammal Laboratory is a United States research laboratory that undertakes research into marine mammals under the direction of the National Marine Fisheries Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The la ...

New York Entomological Society

The New York Entomological Society was founded in 1892. The Brooklyn Entomological Society merged with the Society in 1968. The Society publishes Entomologica Americana which is the successor to the Journal of the New York Entomological Society. ...

North American Mycological Association

The North American Mycological Association, is a non-profit organization of amateurs and professionals who are interested in fungi, including mushrooms, morels, truffles, molds, and related organisms. NAMA aims "to promote, pursue, and advance th ...

Orthopterists Society

The Orthopterists Society is an international scientific organization devoted to facilitating communication and research among persons interested in Orthoptera and related organisms. The Society currently has 330 members from 43 countries on six ...

Phasmid Study Group

The Phasmid Study Group is a group for professional and amateur entomologists who are interested in the order Phasmatodea, i.e. stick and leaf insects, known as "phasmids", as well as other interested persons. Over 40 species of Phasmid have been ...

Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory

The Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory is a department of the University of Georgia, directed by Dr. Andrew H. Paterson. Research focuses on the study of major crop species such as sorghum and cotton, as well as other species such as Bermuda Grass, ...

Royal Zoological Society of Scotland

The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland is a learned society and registered charity of Scotland. It was founded by an Edinburgh lawyer, Thomas Haining Gillespie, in 1909. In 1913 Edinburgh Town Council bought a large plot of land, on Corstorphin ...

Society of Southwestern Entomologists

The Society of Southwestern Entomologists was founded as the Southwestern Entomological Society in 1976 with the objective of fostering entomological accomplishment in the southwestern United States and Mexico. The societys name was changed in 20 ...

Society of Systematic Biologists

The Society of Systematic Biologists started as the Society of Systematic Zoology in 1947. A temporary constitution was adopted at the first meeting on 28 December 1947. The updated "biologists" organization become incorporated on August 9, 1971.

South Australian Ornithological Association

The South Australian Ornithological Association SAOA, also known as Birds SA, is an Australian birding organisation based in Adelaide, South Australia. The SAOA publishes a journal, the South Australian Ornithologist as well as the Birds SA Newsl ...

Systematic & Applied Acarology Society

The Systematic & Applied Acarology Society is an international society dedicated to promoting the development of the scientific discipline of acarology and facilitating collaboration among acarologists around the world. Founded in 1996, the socie ...

Tennessee Ornithological Society

The Tennessee Ornithological Society is an independent non-profit educational, scientific, and conservation organization in Tennessee, dedicated to the study and conservation of birds. It was formed in 1915 and has published a quarterly journal, ...

Weed Science Society of America

The Weed Science Society of America is a nonprofit, learned society focused on weed science. It was founded in 1956. The organization promotes research, education, and extension outreach, provides science-based information to the public and polic ...

Wild Flower Society (UK)

The Wild Flower Society is a society for a wide range of flower enthusiasts, from serious botanists to beginners. It arranges field trips and meetings, publishes the Wild Flower Magazine, offers prizes and has a childrens section. Most members ke ...

Wilson Ornithological Society

The Wilson Ornithological Society is an ornithological organization that was formally established in 1886 as the Wilson Ornithological Chapter of the Agassiz Association. It is based at the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Un ...

Wladyslaw Szafer Institute of Botany

The Wladyslaw Szafer Institute of Botany in Krakow, Poland is a major European herbarium containing a collection of over 650.000 vascular plants, bryophytes, algae, fungi, lichens, and various plant fossils. The vascular plant specimens are prima ...