Reboot envisions powerful creative arts and cultural experiences – drawn from the rich treasures of Judaism – transforming, inspiring and rekindling Jewish connections and meaning in our day-to-day lives.
As a premier R&D platform in the Jewish world, Reboot touches lives by engaging the most talented community of creatives to design, produce and share with the world enticing, imaginative, memorable and experiential projects and programs that are relevant for the 21st century. These projects include: Saturday Night Seder, DAWN, Higher Holidays, Give Light, Reboot Ideas Series, Silver Screen Studios, Reboot Podcasts and more!
During the last five years:
- More than 5.5 million have participated in our digital programs
- 1,250 organizations have partnered with Reboot, inspiring more than 3,500 events and engaging more than 750,000 people
- More than 60,000 have made contributions of content to these projects
Reboot has shown it has a major role in redesigning the Jewish future:
- Changing Lives: Evaluations show that our programs resonate with participants and have helped them lead richer Jewish lives.
- Thought Leader/Trendsetter: Other Jewish organizations have asked us to collaborate and rethink their programming, and to connect them with members of our creative network.
- Project Creation: We have more than tripled the number of new projects.
- Audience Reach: We have had a vast increase in number of participants in our programs, with nearly 4 million viewers/participants in the past 24 months.
Making Jewish My Own – Rebooters on Reboot: This 2014 network-wide study explored the value of the Reboot network and community for network members and sought to understand changes in members Jewish lives as a result of Reboot’s programs and projects.
- Community Partner Organization Evaluation – Executive Summary: Reboot embarked on a three-year evaluation (2014-2017) of its core programming. The following summarizes the top-level results and findings from the first set of data collection and analysis completed by Innovation Network, Inc. The data shows that Reboot programs indeed offer new ways for people to make Jewish tradition their own and it is through Reboot’s programs that community partner organizations are better able to provide their constituents with new pathways to Jewish life.
- Re/Book: Reboot, Righteous Persons Foundation, and IDEO congregated with a group of filmmakers, rabbis, writers, scholars, photographers, musicians, philosophers and policy makers on a journey of “Redesigning Jewishness.” What emerged was the Re/Book, a design thinking manifesto—outlining six core values and user case studies—for the development of new products and projects that reimagine Jewish lives full of meaning, creativity, and joy.
- Network Evaluation Summary Report: The purpose of this evaluation was to evaluate the Reboot network and explore how Reboot can manage its continuing evolution to achieve increased impact in years to come.
“Grande Soy Vanilla Latte with Cinnamon, No Foam…” Jewish Identity and Community in a Time of Unlimited Choices: Jewish Identity and Community in a Time of Unlimited Choices: This study delves deeply into the mindset of a Jewish cohort that feel largely positive about their Jewish identities but are unsure as to how their religious identities play out in their daily lives.
OMG! How Generation Y is Redefinining Faith in the iPod Era: Jewish Identity and Community in a Time of Unlimited Choices: This study delves deeply into the mindset of a Jewish cohort that feel largely positive about their Jewish identities but are unsure as to how their religious identities play out in their daily lives.