Lila Cantor had no hesitation filling out the online questionnaire.
She dished about her best physical feature, wrote about her spirit animal and pontificated on what love means to her.
“What I hear is, I’d like to, but it’s not a deal-breaker,” said Sharon Siegel, who manages young adult engagement at the Federation, putting together events such as happy hours and small dinners where people can eat and mingle.
Those kinds of events are important: Even when young Jews want to date fellow Jews, with dating website JDate completely passé, and newer app JSwipe on the wane, it’s hard for them to find each other.
“When I get married, I want to do that with someone who has similar values, similar upbringing,” Cantor said.
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“If people are willing to put themselves out there, they’re relying on community events,” said Cantor.
According to the survey, in spite of the fact that relatively few in the 18-to-34 bracket say being Jewish is very important, more of them go to Shabbat or a monthly service than most of the other age groups, and they’re the most likely group to go to cultural events.
“When I start dating a Jewish girl, I’ll probably get married,” he said wryly.
That’s far down the line for Rosenbloom, but he did say a lot of his Jewish friends do use the kind of social programming that Siegel and Schonwetter set up as a way to meet people.
“I was all about that,” the 26-year-old San Francisco resident told J.
“I’ve always wanted to be set up.” Cantor was one of 150 people who recently signed up to fill out personal information in order to be matched and sent out on a date through the hard work of some young members of Congregation Emanu-El in San Francisco known as The Yentas.
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