Sun. festivities (Mar. 16) Feast fit for royalty at JPULSE! Celebrate PURIM Sun., afternoon, Mar. 15th. Music Roast carving station Sushi JP’s famous chicken Assorted salads Single Malt and more Sammy Adams Schedule 3:30 Game on …
MULTIPLEX Multiplex engages the mind, body and soul. Its choose your own adventure night at JPULSE. 7:30 p.m. Free yummy dinner 8:00 p.m. You choose: 1 on 1 Tutor (FIT Program) Weekly Talk Night Yeshiva …
Description: It’s simple. Disconnect to reconnect. We’re going exploring and learning some survival skills deep in the Adirondacks. We’re hiking about six miles into the woods to visit with serenity on an overnight stay in the …
MARCH 28th SKI TRIP! Join us for a Shabbos @ JPULSE in one of Vermont’s hottest ski resorts, Okemo Mountain. First timers and advanced will enjoy an uplifting Shabbos with friends and awesome trails (or a …
Live more. Jewish life is not a passive place, it is an exciting adventure. Students and young professionals enjoy our international adventures (e.g. Birthright trips), local events and Shabbat dinners – both intimate and mayhem. We love everything from a delic. barbecue, to a random wiffle-ball game, to a ridiculous camping trip.
We have a blast celebrating Judaism.
“And don’t criticize what you can’t understand,
your sons and your daughters are beyond your command. Your old road is rapidly agin’
Please get out of the new one if you can’t lend your hand. For the times they are a-changin’” - Bob Dylan
People are talking about us…
“Every minute I spend with JPULSE is a step forward in my personal growth…” – Graduate Student, Tufts University
“…For the first time in my life, my Judaism is as intellectually rigorous as my physics.” – Doctoral Candidate, Harvard University
“I am so happy that the Katz family is here in Boston to be my home away from home.” - Graduate Student, Boston University
“The trip was the most amazing experience of my life!” – Undergraduate, UMass, Amherst
“There are a lot of people my age searching for some way to indulge their Jewish identity…each one of the friends that I brought for Shabbat mentioned to me personally that they really enjoyed it and were interested in coming back.” - Medical Student, Tufts Medical School
“I not only felt welcome from day one, but I also felt part of the community and like family.” - Student, Babson College
“The FIT program is like I have my own tour guide to hold my hand while I explore the Torah and Judaism.” - Graduate, Brandeis ’12
From the “office” of the Executive Director
Sitting on the sidelines in cyber-space? Get in the game. This amazing world is experiential. Let’s get creative and think of new adventures. Step into my “office” (a local Starbucks or ice-cream shop). Don’t be shy, hit me up!