A Condensed Resume

This is a kind of resume-ish thing. Think of it as the condensed version of my resume. A full version is available on request, by emailing me at davidamwilensky[at]gmail[dot]com.

Education

NFTY EIE High School Semester in Israel, Fall 2006

Drew University class of 2011, Religious Studies

The Acorn, Drew University’s Student Newspaper

Assistant Copy Desk Chief, September 2007-April 2008

Life & Arts Editor, April 2008-April 2009

Editor in Chief, April 2009-April 2010

Features Editor, April 2010-present

Weekly Columnist, April 2010-present

Jewish Work Experience

Congregation Beth Israel, Austin TX, religious school

Kutz: NFTY’s Campus for Reform Jewish Teens, three summers

Limmud NY Intern, September 2008-January 2009

Limmud NY Program Assistant, February 2009-January 2010

Blogging and Other Writing

Blogging since Fall 2006

Jewschool Contributor, February 2009-present

New Voices Magazine Contributor, March 2010-present

New Voices Magazine Editor at Large, July 2010-present

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8 responses to “A Condensed Resume

  1. Dear David, i’m not sure how i ended up here in your blog – i think i was sent here via a blog called Sustainable Judaism. The points are a) i read about your Rosh Hashanna experiences on Lotan, b) i think that the woman you called rainbow has moved on to higher levels of experincing the universe (well, at least north) and c) please send my regards to Kutz – Eve, Paul R. if he shows up…i was staff there in 1980. And keep your eye open for Almog from Lotan.
    Have a great summer, Alex
    PS Please tell couselors to check out our Green Apprenticeship program! http://www.kibbutzlotan.com

  2. Avi Steinhardt

    Hello David and all-

    Thought you would be interested in a different musical taste on liturgy me and friends have been working on-

    myspace.com/spinozamusic

    Its prayers with a bit of soul.

  3. Alex- I’m glad to here Rainbow continues to evolve. Eve is no longer here, but she’ll be here for Alumni Day tomorrow. Paul was here the other day. I was sad to miss his Rolling Judean Hills speech. I met Almog. Nice kid.

  4. Hey Dave- just found the blog and really like it- wondering if we could do a blogroll link exchange- although your getting linked no matter what.

    http://frumsatire.net

  5. glad to see other pluralist jews dissatisfied with what is “supposed” to be the most “welcoming” branch of our religion.

    yasher koach. i’ll be reading.

  6. Pingback: 2010 in review | The Reform Shuckle

  7. I found you in a Google search for lists of blessings to show my kids. I can tell I am going to enjoy your blog and exploring the list you provide of other Jewish blogs. Aloha from Hawaii.

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