For more information regarding volunteer opportunities, please contact TOV at
TOV@juf.org or 312-357-4762.
Professional Development and Networking Opportunities
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Trades, Industries, and Professionals Division of the Jewish United Fund (TIP)
With the largest, most diverse network of Jewish professionals, entrepreneurs, and business owners in Chicago,
JUF's TIP. is the central address for your networking and philanthropic needs, and is positioned to provide access to both high level business leaders and Jewish thinkers through high quality, relevant professional programming.
The TIP young professional groups serve to connect young Jewish professionals by providing networking opportunities, industry-related educational events, and volunteer opportunities at local social service agencies.
- Financial Services - comprised of the Accountants, Financial and Insurance & Human Resources professionals, MBA candidates.
- Health and Medical – including the field of dentistry, health professionals, physicians and surgeons.
The Chicago Center for Jewish Genetic Disorders, promotes a wide range of professional education opportunities for physicians, nurses, genetic counselors and other health care providers.
- Lawyers - Comprised of members of the Chicago legal community including judges, in-house corporate counsel, solo practitioners, law professors, and associates and managing partners from law firms of all sizes, as well as law students.
- Real Estate and Building Trades – Brokers, developers, lenders/bankers, management, appraisers, contractors, architects, home improvement, suppliers and manufacturers
- Educators – teachers, educators, and administrators; Jewish educators
- Food and Hospitality – Caterers, bakers, food stores, manufacturers, wholesalers, brokers, and restaurateurs
- Government Agencies – Elected public officials, agency employees at all levels
- High Tech – emerging technologies, technical specialties
- Marketing and Media – Mass communications, advertising, marketing, public relations, entertainment industry
- Non-Profit – administrators, managers, directors, social workers
- Wholesale, Retailers and Manufacturers – automotive, paper products, printing and graphics, metals and machinery, consumer products and services
The Bar Mitzvah Bash
Join the Back from Birthright Israel
community and Chicago's 20 and 30 somethings at the hottest party this winter,
The Bar Mitzvah Bash. Everyone is welcome whether you had your Bar or Bat
Mitzvah in Israel, just came back from a Birthright trip or are looking to go
in the future. Mazel tov!
Bounce Sporting Club
(324 W. Chicago)
Thursday, March 8th @ 6pm
Back from Birthright
Israel Night at Uptown Cafe
- Join Back
from Birthright Israel as we volunteer at the JUF Uptown Cafe (909 W.
Wilson Ave) on Thursday March 15th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. The JUF Uptown
Cafe is Chicago's first kosher anti-hunger program for the needy. Meet
fellow Birthright Israel alumni and give back to the Chicago community.
Uptown Cafe (909 W. Wilson)
March 15th @ 5:30pm
Spring LEADS 2018
This ongoing program
offers introductory exploration of the Jewish community and contemporary issues
in a relaxed social setting.
Tuesday, March 20th @ 7pm
the Passover Basics with Base and YLD
Look for ways to get
more out of the Passover Seder this year? Looking for a new tradition to
spice up your family gathering? Join YLD and Silverstein Base Hillel for
dinner and a chance to learn new insights into the Festival of Freedom from
Rabbi Megan and your peers.
Hillel (858 W. Wrightwood Ave.)
Wednesday, March 21st from
YLD Pride’s 5th Annual
Help use celebrate our 5th anniversary
of YLD Pride’s Happy Hour at Sidetrack in Boystown.
This happy hour is for LGBTQ friends and allies to connect and get involved
with YLD Pride and the Jewish United Fund.
Sidetrack (3349 N.
Thursday, April 26th from 6pm-8pm