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TOV@juf.org or 312-357-4762.
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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
Host a Shabbat Dinner
OneTable is Friday night magic. We’re a national nonprofit. We offer ritual guides, cards, and Coaches to make Shabbat dinner accessible and habitual. There’s an iOS app and a platform to help you find one another. We’re leveraging corporate partnerships and meaningful partnerships with other organizations to bring you the resources you need as a guest and a host.
OneTable empowers people who don’t yet have a consistent Shabbat dinner practice to build one that feels authentic, sustainable, and valuable. The OneTable community is funded to support people (21-39ish), not in college, and without children, looking to find and share this powerful experience. We make it easy for hosts to welcome people to a Shabbat dinner at home, for guests to savor a Friday meal and for all to experience unique events for Shabbat dinner out. Guests of any and all religions and cultures are welcome. There’s nothing better than a great dinner with people you love. Join us for slowing down, joining together, and sharing stories. Join us for new connections and moments of meaning.
- Ritual Guides and Resources: From recordings of blessings to printable ritual guides, icebreakers, and recipes, our Resource Library has everything hosts need!
- Nourishment Credits: OneTable provides a Nourishment credit to qualified hosts of $10 or $15 per person with a maximum of $100 or $150 per dinner, depending on the number of guests and type of dinner. These credits can be applied to resources such as FreshDirect, Seamless, Whole Foods Market, Modern Tribe, and more.
- Shabbat Coaches: One-on-one support where each host can explore the questions or challenges he or she faces when hosting a Jewish ritual.
- “Nosh:pitality”: Fun events where our community comes together to learn things such as cooking, challah baking, cocktail making, and ritual facilitation.
- Welcoming Spaces: For multiple, individually hosted dinners that take place at the same time. An example of a welcoming space is the rooftop of the JCC in Manhattan where 15 hosts can reserve a table, invite friends, and be provided with wine, challah and dessert, plus live music and the opportunity to meet more than 100 other hosts and guests.