JFCS Staff Q&A: J-Pride Coordinator Hunter Wengersky

JFCS’ J-Pride program creates community through queer-focused Jewish programming for LGBTQ+ Jews and their allies throughout the Twin Cities. New Program Coordinator Hunter Wengersky recently spoke about how they are excited to create connections in their role. Why did the J-Pride Coordin[...]

Staff Q&A: Inclusion Program Manager Stacey Spencer

How long have you worked at JFCS and what roles have you held? I just started my 15th year working at JFCS and it is a milestone anniversary that I am very proud of! I began my work journey as the first home visitor hired for the ParentChild+ Program, and it was so exciting getting to [...]

Staff Q&A: NextGen Coordinator Alyson Jones

How long have you worked at JFCS? I have worked at JFCS for just over a year! I started June 1, 2020. Before that, I was a NextGen Board member for three years and was a NextGen participant for a couple years before that. What is NextGen? NextGen is a young adult and volunteering group[...]

Staff Q&A: Annual Giving and Special Projects Manager Peggy Mandel

How long have you worked at JFCS? I have had the pleasure of working at JFCS since early March 2020. My job is terrific and I love what I do. I feel very fortunate to be able to work with a dedicated, kind, helpful and hard-working group of folks. Tell us about the Annual Benefit and how you [...]

Volunteering: PJ Library Coordinator Carrie Fink on the program’s volunteers

What is PJ Library?PJ Library is an international award-winning program designed to strengthen Jewish identity by sending Jewish-content books and music on a monthly basis to children from age 6 months through 12 years. PJ Library has expanded to 6 languages, 27 countries, and added a very popular [...]