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NJOP’s Social Media Coordinator Chosen as one of “36 under 36” by the Jewish Week

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Susanne Goldstone Rosenhouse, NJOP's Regional Program Coordinator, was just named by The Jewish Week as one of the “36 under 36,” an annual list honoring young innovators who are doing their part to enhance and reshape Jewish life. Rosenhouse was recognized for the outstanding Jewish outreach work that she conducts through social media sites like Twitter (@ JewishTweets) and Facebook. Through Twitter, Rosenhouse succinctly answer questions about Judaism (consulting with rabbis as necessary), educates her readers about the significance of holidays and dates in Jewish history, helps those looking for Shabbat hosts and more. Most impressively, she reads the posts of the almost 5,000 people she follows. About Jewish Treats, Tweets and NJOP Jewish Treats: Juicy Bits of Judaism, Daily and Twitter.com/JewishTweets are projects of the National Jewish Outreach Program. With thousands of followers worldwide, NJOP’s Jewish Lifestyle properties provide Juicy Bits of Judaism, Daily. The National Jewish Outreach Program was established in 1987 by Rabbi Ephraim Buchwald, and is a non-denominational organization designed to provide positive, joyous, Jewish experiences to every Jew. NJOP has become one of the world’s largest and most successful Jewish outreach organizations. NJOP offers free programs at more than 3,829 locations across North America and in 39 countries worldwide. Through programs such as Shabbat Across America/ Canada and Read Hebrew America /Canada, NJOP has successfully reached more than 1,115,000 North American Jews, and engaged them in Jewish life. For more information about Shabbat Across America, visit www.njop.org

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