Jewish Federations and Central Agencies

Jewish Federations and Central Agencies

Jewish Federations and central agencies are key partners for building healthier political discourse in communities throughout the U.S., and Resetting the Table has worked with more than 35 Federations and JCRCs across the country.

RTT has offered hundreds of training programs, skill-building workshops and decision-making forums in partnership with central agencies from Washington DC to Cleveland to Miami. See this video describing work with the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati. 

Since 2013, RTT’s partnership with the UJA-Federation of New York has served as a model for how central agencies can invest in broad culture change toward healthier communication across siloes and divides. UJA’s support has built a robust bench of experienced local facilitators and conveners, supporting thousands of participants to engage in discussion across differences through campus, young adult, congregational, and neighborhood-based programs throughout the Greater-NYC area.

Resetting the Table continues to bring our work full force to Los Angeles in a multi-year partnership with The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, offering multiple rounds of intensive Facilitation Training and Convener Training and multiplying a range of dialogue across divides throughout Greater LA.

In 2022, we are offering a series of trainings and forums in partnership with the San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Community Federation, the Jewish United Fund In Chicago, The Associated In Baltimore, the Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte, and additional central agencies across the country.

If you are a central agency interested in partnering to transform communication across divides in your community, please contact us here.



Programs and Services

Common programs we bring to campuses and communities.

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Facilitation Training

Building a field of skilled practitioners.

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Convener Training

Teaching leaders to build a culture of dialogue and deliberation for their constituents.

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Resetting the American Table

Bridging American divides.

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