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Category: Young Professionals

  • Shak-what-uh?

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on January 25, 2017 | Share

    During our YP Israel Bike + Hike trip in October, our participants fell in love with the Israeli dish Shakshuka (pronounced shock-shook-ah). Last week, they taught a group of young professionals how to make this flavorful and savory dish which can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Here are the tasty recipes we learned together in the JCC kitchen….

  • One of the most startling changes between being a college student and a young professional is the switch from creating your schedule to feeling ruled by it. But it doesn’t have to end there – you don’t have to accept a lack of control over your routine. Countless studies and articles tout the value of exercise in both body and…

  • 6 Ways Biking Can Improve Your Day

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on May 12, 2016 | Share

    May is National Bike Month, which is fitting, since summer is upon us! That means longer days, more time outside, and generally speaking: more activity. Cycling has exploded as a trend in recent years, with many cities improving and adopting bike lanes, and bike stores popping up all over. The diversity of the cycling scene isn’t to be missed….

  • Life and schedules are hard – there’s no way around it. Between being in charge of your own day-to-day and the successes of others, stress can take hold before you even realize. Below are some practical ways to handle stress and come out on top. Trust us – we’ve been there. Get Moving – Many experts say that exercise…

  • Understanding Your Past & Building Your Future

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on March 30, 2016 | Share

    “If our students are going to be prepared to participate as active citizens shaping the world of tomorrow, they must understand that history didn’t just happen, it was made, and that they have a place in making the choices that will become the history of tomorrow.” Susan Graseck, National Council for the Social Studies We all wear many hats…