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  1. Keep In Touch Contact us. 888-JRB-FREE (888-572-3733) staff@jrbcj.org. 212-947-1676. The Joint Retirement Board for Conservative Judaism One Penn Plaza, Suite 1515

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      Who We Are. The Joint Retirement Board for Conservative...

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      For 2024, the salary contribution limit for your JRB account...

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  2. Who We Are. The Joint Retirement Board for Conservative Judaism, Amutah, (JRB) is the Plan sponsor and Plan administrator of a denominational retirement plan for rabbis, cantors and professional and administrative staff for the congregations and affiliated organizations of Conservative Judaism. Founded in 1945, the JRB shares common religious ...

  3. Mitchell J. Smilowitz, CPA, is the Chief Executive Officer of The Joint Retirement Board for Conservative Judaism (JRB), the Plan Sponsor and Plan Administrator of the denominational retirement plan for the Conservative Movement. He joined the JRB in 2006 with over 20 years of experience in pension consulting and retirement planning.

  4. Nov 10, 2023 · Get In Touch. Click below to determine your district and find your USCJ contact. Find your USCJ contact. The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism 3080 Broadway Suite B208 New York, NY 10027 (212) 533-7800. USCJ Digital Marketplace.

    • About The Joint Steering Committee
    • Focus on impact: Expanding Our Reach
    • Focus on impact: Committee Work
    • Achieving Our Goals

    Our collaboration is defined by a Memorandum of Understanding that was signed in the spring of 2020. It established a Joint Steering Committee (JSC) with members from each organization's governing bodies and community thought leaders to oversee the partnership. 1. The JSC began meeting in July of 2020, and continues to meet monthly. Its 12 members ...

    Over the past six months we have been jointly experimenting with programs that expand the reach of the Conservative movement. Some key programs included: 1. Pesah virtual seder involved 26 rabbis from the U.S., Israel, Canada, and Europe and wav viewed over 8,000 times. 2. Shavuot series features 31 presenters teaching live from coast to coast and ...

    Some committees have already had joint representation: Committee on Jewish Law and Standards (RA), Joint Placement Commission (RA), Joint Retirement Board (Movement). In the past six monthsthe following other committees have started to integrate: 1. The Social Justice Commission(RA) has a USY SATO VP serving on it, and seeks a USCJ representative t...

    We have come a long way in our first few months of collaboration, and are excited as we develop additional projects and begin to align the work, staff roles, and budgets of our organizations. Thank you to the members of the Joint Steering Committee, our boards and lay leaders, and the staff of both organizations for helping us move this work forwar...

  5. Who Puts the "J" Into The JRB? In 1998, the Joint Retirement Board revised and shortened its name from what had been an attempt to include all the names of the constituent organizations, a real mouthful, to more simply, the Joint Retirement Board for Conservative Judaism. Serving a wide constituency of professional staff members of

  6. Conservative/Masorti Movement Partners: Camp Ramah. Canadian Foundation for Masorti Judaism. Cantors Assembly. Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs. Jewish Educators Assembly. Joint Retirement Board for Conservative Judaism. Jewish Theological Seminary. MASORTI OLAMI.

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