Greater Denver Jewish Community Study Relaunching This Month

The Greater Denver Jewish Community Study (GDJCS) will relaunch with phone and online surveys in the seven-county metro area in late May, 2019.

This important survey will study the needs and interests of anyone who was born Jewish, raised Jewish, or currently considers themselves to be Jewish along with their partners and others in the household who are not Jewish. The survey sample will be drawn from a combination of consumer data and organization lists.

The survey is being conducted by an experienced research team at Brandeis University. You may be invited by letter, phone, or email from the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies (CMJS) at Brandeis University to participate in the survey. Because this is a scientific survey with a defined sample frame, you may not receive one of these calls or emails; however, if you do, we encourage you to participate in this important project on behalf of the entire community.

The survey was originally begun in the summer of 2018, but ran into logistical problems. For questions or more information about the study, please visit https://rcfdenver.org/what-we-do/programs-and-initiatives/greater-denver-jewish-community-study/ or email info@sskahnconsulting.com.

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