1. In February 2014, the Schusterman Family Foundation and Jim Joseph Foundation sponsored the third in a series of free #netTALKS webinars focused on Alumni engagement. This Webinar featured James Fowler, author and Professor of Medical Genetics and Political Science at the University of California, San Diego, discussing how to best leverage online social networks and the real-life connections between your camp's biggest supporters and their friends.

    In this 11 minute video, JCamp 180 Mentor Dan Kirsch and Technology Program Manager Kevin Martone discuss the Webinar and what it means or nonprofit Jewish camps.

    Please let us know if you find this video valuable on our Facebook Page: facebook.com/JCamp180

    To find a recording of James Fowler's webinar and sign up for future #netTALKS webinars, click here: schusterman.org/nettalks

    For more information about James Fowler's book on this subject (Connected: The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks and How They Shape Our Lives -- How Your Friends' Friends' Friends Affect Everything You Feel, Think, and Do), click here: http://connectedthebook.com/

    For additional information about James Fowler and his work, click here: jhfowler.ucsd.edu/

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  2. In January 2014, the Schusterman Family Foundation and Jim Joseph Foundation sponsored the second in a series of free #netTALKS webinars focused on Alumni engagement. This Webinar featured best-selling author, speaker, and expert in Social Media Beth Kanter discussing how social media can be leveraged to engage and inspire Alumni networks.

    In this 10 minute video, JCamp 180 Mentors Dan Kirsch and Julia Riseman, and Technology Program Manager Kevin Martone discuss the Webinar and what it means or nonprofit Jewish camps.

    Please let us know if you find this video valuable or would prefer a live discussion about future #netTALKS webinars on our Facebook Page: facebook.com/JCamp180

    To find the recording of Beth Kanter's webinar and sign up for future #netTALKS webinars, click here: schusterman.org/nettalks

    For more information provided by Beth Kanter on this subject check the following links:

    bethkanter.org/alumni-network/

    bethkanter.wikispaces.com/NetTalks

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  3. In December 2013, the Schusterman Family Foundation and Jim Joseph Foundation sponsored the first in a series of free #netTALKS webinars focused on Alumni engagement. This first Webinar featured best-selling author and Behavioral Economist Dan Ariely talking about the science of motivation.

    In this 10 minute video, JCamp 180 Mentors discuss the Webinar and what it means or nonprofit Jewish camps.

    Please let us know if you find this video valuable or would prefer a live discussion about future #netTALKS webinars on our Facebook Page: facebook.com/JCamp180

    To sign up for future #netTALKS webinars, click here: schusterman.org/nettalks

    For more information about Dan Ariely, click here: danariely.com/about-dan/

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  4. Capital Campaigns of all sizes rely on a common set of critical success factors, or raw ingredients, that determine a Camp’s likelihood to realize its campaign objectives and hit its fundraising targets. Ensuring that your Camp has strengths in ALL of these areas virtually guarantees success. Deficiencies or skipping one or more of these ingredients can seriously jeopardize the project. Every Board member and Camp Director facing a major Capital Campaign now or in the future should take 15 minutes to review the recipe for successful Capital Campaigns.

    This 15 minute video from JCamp 180 Mentors Dan Kirsch and Julia Riseman details these critical success factors.

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  5. Episode 1 of our "Live from 380 Union!" video series. Mentors Dan Kirsch and Julia Riseman review the good, bad, and ugly of Thank You Letters received from camps.

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