HARTFORD – Cara Levine has been appointed associate program director of the Jewish Teen Learning Connection (JTConnect), it was announced recently by the organization’s executive director, Eric Maurer. Levine will officially join JTConnect on Sunday, Jan. 5.
JTConnect is a Hartford area educational and social program for Jewish teens that aims to strengthen their Jewish identity and enhance their understanding and commitment to their Jewish heritage and traditions.
A 2019 graduate of the University of Hartford’s Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies, Levine was active in Jewish life on campus and also worked at several local synagogues and Jewish agencies. She was a fellow in the Collegiate Leadership Internship Program of New York University’s Bronfman Center for Jewish Life, and interned in the Day Camp and Strategic Programs Department at the Foundation for Jewish Camping.
Last year, Levine served as an intern at JTConnect, where she spearheaded the organization’s annual heritage trip to New York City as well as its Tikkun Leil Shavuot all-nighter. Upon graduation from the University of Hartford, she continued to work at JTConnect part-time, coordinating one of the organization’s weekly learning programs.
Cara Levine may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.