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Success Bulletin 8

Posted on February 25, 2015

Spring into action with a spring membership campaign Begin this program and watch as your membership blooms throughout the spring! There are forms and supporting material available in the Member Materials section under #5 Membership Matters. Bring together your membership chair, financial secretary and one or two members as the spring membership team. Look over Continue Reading »

Fall 2014 Update for Sisterhoods

Posted on November 12, 2014

Learning for Learning’s Sake

Posted on April 26, 2014

Since its inception, almost a century ago, Women’s League has been dedicated to creating a Jewishly knowledgeable laity. In every generation that has meant something new. In today’s electronic world, with so much iinformation available, the role of Women’s League remains to help sisterhoods foster educated and committed Jewish women. Here are some suggestions to Continue Reading »

Success Bulletin 5: Convention & Jewels in the Crown Awards

Posted on March 10, 2014

Every month, Success Bulletins offers tips on how to move your sisterhood forward. Please let us know if there are any specific issues you would like us to address. This month we offer some updates on Convention 2014 and the new website.

Success Bulletin 4: Social Media

Posted on February 10, 2014

This month we asked Lara Werwa, Z’havah co-chair and inveterate social media user, about how sisterhoods can master the social media world. She has provided an enormous amount of information for us, so be sure to share it with others for an active and creative sisterhood communications team.

Success Bulletin 3: Growing Leadership

Posted on January 10, 2014

This month we asked Margie Miller, Women’s League trainer extraordinaire, about how sisterhoods can grow their leadership.

Success Bulletin 2: Branding

Posted on December 10, 2013

In today’s marketplace every organization needs to distinguish itself from the competition. In an age of infinite choices and an abundance of causes (but diminishing funds and limited time) an organization needs to stay current, vital and relevant. One of the best ways is to engender feelings of ownership among your members.

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We encourage you to take these steps toward sisterhood success now:

  • Join the PrezNet moderated listserve just for presidents.
  • Consider a mentor or customized seminar.
  • Contact Harriet Merkowitz, of our training services department.
  • Having trouble attracting younger women? Find information on our website or contact co-chairs Marilyn Berkowitz or Lara Werwa.