San Diego

About Us

Moishe House San Diego is located on Mt. Soledad, right next to Pacific Beach! Our community of young Jewish adults in their 20s reflects the vibrancy and diversity of the region. We put on several varied and innovative events each month, which can range from Shabbat dinners, brunches, art nights, yoga sessions, and holiday celebrations to volunteer projects, thoughtful discussions, hikes, and more. In addition, we are always seeking out partnerships with community members and organizations to add some extra spice to our events! We hope to foster a community that values our shared Jewish roots and works to promote tikkun olam. To find out more about us you can follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/moishehousesd) or send us an email! (mhousesd@gmail.com).
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We Are Looking for New Residents!

Moishe House is seeking a young adult between the ages of 22-32 who is excited about living with others and creating a Jewish community for their peers. Residents of the house receive a generous rent subsidy, programming budget and staff support to host several programs each month. This commitment includes professional and leadership development, flexibility based on your personal interests and connects you to a renowned global community.

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Our Residents

Ariav Schraer

Hometown
San Diego
Profession
Chef

Rafi Schraer

Favorite Holiday
Tu B’Shvat
Hometown
San Diego
Profession
Venture Capital

Mindy Shipon

Favorite Holiday
Hannukah
Hometown
Cherry Hill, NJ
Profession
Educator

Micah Tuttle

Favorite Holiday
Purim
Hometown
Corvallis, OR
Profession
Materials Engineer

Brian Washington

Favorite Holiday
Tu'Bishvat
Hometown
San Diego
Profession
Web Developer

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Sponsors

Generously sponsored by: Leichtag Foundation, Carole and Jerry Turk Also supported by: David Bramzon, Jewish Federation of San Diego County, Glenn Goodstein and local supporters through the annual resident-driven WE ARE Campaign

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