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    Kol Isha: Women. Social Justice. Jewish Peoplehood.

    A Joint Project of the Jewish Community Centers of Krakow, Poland; Ramat HaSharon, Israel; and Palo Alto, California


    Applications for Kol Isha have now closed.
    If you are interested in joining a future cohort, please email Zoe Jick.


    The Oshman Family JCC of Palo Alto is proud to announce a new program starting Winter 2019.

    OFJCC Palo Alto JCC
    Kol Isha is a cohort of Jewish women from around the globe who come together to build community, participate in serious Jewish learning and create local social justice projects.

    The name of the program, "Kol Isha," is Hebrew for "A Woman's Voice." This is a traditional term with many different connotations across the Jewish world. We use this term as a way of demonstrating our understanding that Jewish women's voices are being, and always have been, heard. We intend only to amplify.   

    For more information about Kol Isha, please click here. If you have questions, please email Zoe Jick.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Application Process

    The application for Kol Isha can be found below. Please expect to spend about twenty minutes. 

    The application for Kol Isha is DUE on November 1, 2018. Once your application is received, we will follow up within a week to schedule an interview which will be conducted as soon as possible. 

    We will inform applicants of their acceptance by December 1, 2018. We intend to accept no more than twelve participants. 

    To learn more about the Kol Isha program, please contact Zoe Jick at [email protected].

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