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Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center average salary is $235,400, median salary is $61,600 with a salary range from $58,600 to $586,000.
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58,600
Average
235,400
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61,600
High
586,000
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Coordinator 61,600-61,600 Falls Village, CT, 06031 2011 Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center Coordinator Salaries (3)
Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center Falls Village, CT Salaries
Coordinator 58,600-586,000 Falls Village, CT, 06031 2010 Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center Coordinator Salaries (3)
Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center Falls Village, CT Salaries
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  • Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center
  • Industry: Religious Groups
  • City: Falls Village, CT
  • Building on our experience with the Teva Learning Center, in the spring of 2003, Isabella Freedman developed a new program called ADAMAH: The Jewish Environmental Fellowship . ADAMAH is a leadership training program for Jewish young adults that teaches the vital connection between Judaism and environmental stewardship. Through a six-month residential program, ADAMAH Fellows live communally and engage in a hands-on curriculum that integrates organic agriculture and sustainable living skills, Jewish learning and living, leadership development, and community building. The program strengthens participants' Jewish identity and commitment to tikkun olam through immersion in an ecologically sustainable, spiritually vibrant, and intergenerationally-connected...