Biennial. Where the JCC Movement comes together.
We are now a connected society. We connect continually via email, on the phone, on Facebook and Twitter, on our computers and on our mobile devices. Sometimes we forget how important it is to connect in person, and how to connect with the big ideas, because we are so busy connecting via technology.
The JCCs of North America Biennial offers the opportunity to move past our everyday connections. It is a time to engage with people who think like you, to achieve some larger goals. Face to face.
Let’s build these connections together.
Taking on the responsibility of being a nonprofit and community leader can be intimidating as well as exciting. The JCCs of North America Biennial is the place you can find out what you need to know to be effective and inspiring.
According to our past Biennial delegates, the main reasons they attend are:
- To learn helpful information and skills (90% answered as “very important”)
- To improve leadership abilities (83% answered as “very important”)
- For intellectual stimulation (83% answered as “very important”)
- To develop stronger ties to the members of their delegation (78% answered as “very important”)
The most important statistic of all–86% of respondents felt very satisfied or completely satisfied with their 2012 Biennial experience.
So, if you want to improve your leadership abilities, obtain useful information and skills, and develop stronger ties to other JCC folks, you should come to our 2014 Biennial in San Diego. There’s nothing quite like it. At this premier JCC leadership event, you will be able to choose from a full roster of learning options, as well as share information and experiences with other JCC leaders. You will spend several days in an intellectually stimulating atmosphere with like-minded peers who are as engaged as you are in the world of the JCC Movement.
This is the place to debate, challenge, question, and resolve the future of our JCCs. This is the place to get energized about being part of your JCC and the larger JCC Movement. Don’t miss the chance to be a part of it!