Women of Vision Society of the Jewish Foundation of Greater New Haven. The grant will support the development, editing and publishing of the Jewish teen art and literary publication as well as other activities to advance the magazine's quality and reach, including creative writing workshops for area middle school students, public readings by student authors, and consultation with professionals at Random House.The Jewish High School of Connecticut's art and literary magazine, Echo, has won a grant from the
Stamford resident and JHSC student, Talia Weseley was one of the student editors who applied for and received a grant
from the Women of Vision Society. The only accredited Jewish high
school in Connecticut, JHSC offers a comprehensive curricular and co-curricular
program of secular and Jewish studies in an open environment. Open House is
October 20 - firstname.lastname@example.org
or 203-907-0055 x341.