Baseline Engagement Scoring Survey

Please fill out this survey after an initial 1:1 with a Connectee, and again after the Connectee has six recorded interactions.

Your Name(Required)
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Connectee Name(Required)

Jewish Friendships

Indicators/Considerations:
• Some people have intentionally small friend groups
• Extent to which Judaism is an active part of their friendship is not part of measure
• Friend vs. Acquaintance: Acquaintance= someone you are happy to see, Friend= someone you plan to see – initiate, create time to see
Is the connectee's local friend group:
Very motivatedSomewhat motivatedNeutralSomewhat unmotivatedVery unmotivated
Does the connectee know where/how to meet potential Jewish friends?

Personal/Home-Based Jewish Practice

Examples:
• Home Shabbat rituals
• Home holiday celebration
• Following Israel/Jewish News closely
• Listening to Jewish podcasts
• Reading Jewish Books - including to/with children
• Chevrutah learning
• Listening to Jewish music
Very motivatedSomewhat motivatedNeutralSomewhat unmotivatedVery unmotivated
Does the connectee know where to access resources to build their personal Jewish practice?
Does this connectee host Jewish experiences for others?
Examples: Host a Shabbat dinner, Invite people to your Sukkah, Host a Seder

Jewish Communal Connections

Examples:
• Synagogue membership, attendance, involvement
• School or camp events (as an adult participant)
• Associated/Associated System involvement
• Participants in Network Events
• Committee or Board involvement at a Jewish organization
Very motivatedSomewhat motivatedNeutralSomewhat unmotivatedVery unmotivated
Does this conectee know how to access Jewish communal gatherings?
Does this connectee hold a volunteer or leadership role in a Jewish communal organization?
Examples:
• Serve on or chair a committee or board of a Jewish communal organization
• Frequent hands-on volunteering for a Jewish organization
• Fundraiser for a Jewish organization