THE Scottish Council of Jewish Communities has appointed its inaugural Jewish Scotland Connected Team.
The organisation was awarded funding in March for a two-year project to encourage communal organisations to retain the unexpected benefits of online events once it becomes possible to hold face to face activities again.
The project will provide training, equipment, and support to enable a wide range of organisations within the Jewish Community in Scotland to offer hybrid programming, so that people will be able to participate fully in events either in person and online.
The team will be led by programme manager Mike Beral, with the assistance of Sami Zerovabeli, and Adam Schwartz covering the west and east of Scotland respectively.
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