The New Jersey Mazkirut is the executive board of Ganei Yehudah.
NJ mazkirut consists of seven 9th-12th graders who are responsible for planning everything in Ganei Yehudah throughout the year. The mazkirut is elected each year.
Scroll down to meet this year's mazkirut!
Hey Ganei Yehudah! My name is Jon Stone, and I am your mazkir! I am 17 years old, I am in 12th grade, and I live in Morristown, NJ.
Administrative Vice President
Hello Ganei Yehudah! My name is Noah Stein, and I am 16 years old. I currently reside in Tenafly, New Jersey, however I was born in Hanover, New Hampshireon November 24th, 1995. I am your Administrative Vice President (AVP). I have been involved in Young Judaea since I was eleven years old and started attending Camp Sprout Lake. I have been active in Year Round Young Judea since 8th grade attending both Ganei Yehudah and Northeast events. This past year I also served on the Bergen County Maz. In school, I am a member of the tennis team, which I know all about teamwork, leadership, and love. (Get it?) I am also a part of the school’s totally exciting and not nerdy at all math club. So I guess I know a thing or two about numbers. With me as your AVP, the position won’t just be about making T-shirts (although that’s important) but about creating a strong and effective member base, having an organized mazkirut, and taking care of all the little details to make Ganei Yehudah the best it can be.
Sam Schneider, one of your current regional co-club coordinator :) I'm a junior at JP Stevens in Edison, and I'm involved in a lot of school functions, particularly theatre and choir. I love white chocolate, The Office, cats, and Young Judaea. Young Judaea is truly my passion, which is why I've been going to camp since I was 8! Ever since my first summer at Sprout Lake, I've been an involved Judaean, attending every regional event, convention, and camp summer in my power! This Summer, I'll spend first session at Tel Yehudah, and second session doing the hadracha plus program at Sprout Lake! I've had a fantastic year on mazkirut, learning more than I ever thought possible. Since the position of club coordinator was undeveloped when I began it, I have shaped it, all the while learning from mistakes and trying new things that work! I have developed an intense understanding of clubs and their workings, and I plan to use my knowledge from the position next year to improve clubs, the root of Young Judaea. I'm always on Facebook chat and my cell phone, so feel free to add me and get to know me if you don't! I love other Judaeans.