The Wexner Foundation has announced Class 32 of the Wexner Graduate Fellowship/Davidson Scholars Program. As these exceptional individuals pursue graduate training for careers in Jewish Education, Jewish Professional Leadership, Jewish Studies and the Rabbinate/Cantorate, they will participate in a prestigious four-year professional development program comprised of leadership training, cohort-based learning, peer support, professional mentoring … [Read more...] about The Wexner Foundation announces Class 32 of Wexner Graduate Fellows/Davidson Scholars
Hazon and project director Rabbi Sid Schwarz are pleased to announce the selection of Cohort 4 of the Clergy Leadership Incubator (CLI), a two year fellowship for rabbis on visionary leadership. To meet the incoming CLI Fellows click the image. … [Read more...] about Clergy Leadership Incubator announces Cohort 4
The Jewish Education Project has announced the second cohort of the Generation Now Fellowship, the first comprehensive fellowship to provide professional growth and leadership development for senior educators in the field of Jewish teen education/engagement.
Following a highly selective application process, the second cohort of 20 fellows includes veteran educators from across the country. These individuals represent 17 national organizations, … [Read more...] about Generation Now Fellowship:
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In October of 2018, InterfaithFamily announced they were looking to form a pilot cohort for the Rukin Rabbinic Fellowship, a first-of-its-kind two-year stipended fellowship. The Rukin Fellowship, which grew out of a strategic planning process the prior year, will provide rabbis with the tools, resources and experience to better serve interfaith couples in their local communities, thereby expanding InterfaithFamily’s national … [Read more...] about InterfaithFamily Announces First Cohort of Rukin Rabbinic Fellows
The Jewish Organizing Fellowship is a year-long paid community organizing Fellowship in Boston. It is a year of field experience and professional development for Jewish young adults (21-30) looking for the opportunity to turn good intention and raw talent into concrete skills and action. The Empower Fellowship is a track within the Jewish Organizing Fellowship for Jews who self-identify as people with disabilities, disabled, or … [Read more...] about Applications Open: Jewish Organizing Fellowship and Empower Fellowship