Berlin, Germany | May 19-21
Let yourself be inspired, seduced and engaged
It is evident that the global landscape we live in is changing rapidly. These changes beget big questions like, “Where are we going?”, “What does it mean to belong to something?”, “What is the future of civil society?”, and “Where do I fit in?” This year the Junction Annual will gather Jews from all over Europe and the globe to look at an ever-changing world through a Jewish lens. As Jewish young professionals our entire identity is in a state of constant transition and flux, together we will celebrate, discover, brainstorm, and explore where the opportunities are that come during a time of transition and what our responsibility is to seize those moments.
The Junction Annual will be a conference combining all the elements of well-recognized Junction programs as well as begin a new chapter for the Junction calendar.The Junction Annual is a yearly conference that is a resource, seminar, and inspiration to those in attendance and the communities they represent.
It is up to us to be present during this time of transition and to recognize what our role is as Jews, professionals, and global citizens. Junction will provide the platform for every interested person to shape themselves and the space around them into something dynamic and modern for the global Jewish community.
Jewish professionals in their mid 20s and 30s who are motivated, open-minded, cosmopolitan, and willing to share of themselves
Berlin is a major city bursting with ideas, inspiration, art, culture, and creativity which will help us delve deeper in this year’s Junction annual topic: Our World in Transition. We are offering a mix between exclusive company site visits where participants meet with different management and visit facilities and in-depth workshops, plenary sessions with renowned speakers, and informal networking experiences.
Participation fee: 150 euro
80 euro for local residents who do not require accommodations
Includes: programming, accommodation, and food
Deadline for application: May 10th 2017
Some components of the program may not be Shabbat compatible