Career Up Now
There Is Hope
YESH TIKVAH "There Is Hope"
July 6th, 2020
5:00 pm PST - 6:45 pm PST
8:00pm EST- 9:45 pm EST
HELD ON ZOOM
LINK PROVIDED WITH REGISTRATION
"There Is Hope"
A Networking Evening of
Collective Challenge Solving
& Advice Giving
Join us for an online evening of Hope as Career Up Now launches our Tikvah program.
During this intergenerational Career Up Now gathering, students, young professionals, and industry leaders will network, hear from an inspiring speaker, and in small breakout groups, either present a problem to be solved or, provide advice for someone else's challenge.
5:00 PM PST (prompt arrival)
5:05 PM PST Opening Speaker, Marcus Freed
"What A Near Fatal Accident (getting hit by a car on Shabbat) Taught Me About Hope"
5:25 PM PST Breakout Case Study Groups (First)
6:40 PM EST Closing
ZOOM LINK Provided Closer to Event
**NOTE: According to CDC/ National guidelines, and in interest of everyone's health and safety, we have shifted this gathering online.
Actor/ Writer/ Marketing Consultant
Marcus tells stories that entertain, uplift, delight, educate and edify. His storytelling happens through various forms: music videos, energetic plays, radio broadcasts, business training seminars, drama-based learning, corporate brochures, engaging corporate video content, Kabbalistic yoga books, websites, training seminars, strategic consulting sessions, press releases or newspaper columns.
He enjoys seeing the bigger picture of your company’s mission, and using it to organically create more success, more opportunities and more money for your business. Whether you prefer a more traditional approach of telling the story of your business through sales and PR materials want to think outside the box and use inspired entertainment or even holistic approaches that have a spiritual or health focus,
Rather than being a Jack of All Trades, he is Master of a Few.
He is excited to use his talents in performance, writing and business consulting/marketing to help optimize the story of brands brands and companies.
Marcus has university degrees in Drama and English Literature (B.A. University of Birmingham, M.A. University of London), professional acting training (Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art), yoga teaching certifications and orthodox Rabbinic semicha certification, although he would not use the title unless it was in ‘Rabbis behaving badly’.
Made Possible With Support From
Diane and Guilford Glazer Philanthropies aim to promote the wellbeing of Jewish people throughout the world.
Hazon is building a movement that strengthens Jewish life and contributes to a more environmentally sustainable world for all.
Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta promotes social change and creates positive opportunities for Jewish women and girls.
A global organization that seeks to improve lives, strengthen communities and advance equity.
To inspire and mobilize the diverse Boston Jewish community to engage in building communities of learning and action that strengthen Jewish life and improve the world.
Our Mission is to care for, connect, and strengthen our Jewish community throughout greater Atlanta, Israel and the world.
This event was made possible through the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation's Grassroots Events program
Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta
Atlanta Jewish Federation Innovation Fund
Sonia & James Cummings
The Holdstein Family
The Joyce and Ramie Tritt Family Foundation