CJL Takes on the Tiger Challenge
A team of five students representing the CJL is participating in this co-curricular (non-credit) program, run by the Keller Center at Princeton. The Tiger Challenge brings together cross-disciplinary teams of Princeton students to tackle complex challenges using an innovation process known as design thinking.
Design thinking puts the end-users at the heart of innovation and seeks to learn, “what would they find desirable?” To be successful, teams must enter into the lives of others, which makes design thinking a fundamentally human-centered endeavor.
The CJL team will be addressing the challenge: How might the CJL develop a student leadership structure that supports and enhances a broadly representative Jewish community? Working on this project with mentor Rabbi Julie Roth are Matthew Kritz ’18; Jasmine Peled ’18; Becky Barber ’20; Leora Eisenberg ’20; and Rafi Lehmann ’20.
Learn more about the Tiger Challenge