Noah Zaves is a graduate student at
Meanwhile, Noah works as a Jewish educator, teen advisor, and nonprofit professional in
Noah is also actively involved in the teen education world, teaching at supplemental schools, working with BBYO, and empowering teen leaders. In addition to teaching popular classes about American Jewish culture, and its relationship with music and Jewish humor, Noah also consults for Jewish schools and educational organizations to help them make their lessons more engaging and interactive for students.
In his free time, Noah is a popular songleader, combining Jewish and popular music for contemporary adult services, and entertaining children with high-energy Jewish favorites. Noah spent 15 summers in a row at Camp Tawonga, where he most recently worked as Program Director and Lead Jewish Educator, and he is a trained facilitator of the new "Living the Legacy" curriculum from the Jewish Women's Archive. In 2007, Noah was a Cornerstone Fellow with the Foundation for Jewish Camp.