Applications for a New Selah Cohort with Jewish Funds for Justice

Applications are now online for Selah National Cohort 10!

The Selah Leadership Program is a collaboration between the Nathan Cummings Foundation and Jewish Funds for Justice, in partnership with the Rockwood Leadership Program. Selah trains a cross-section of leaders in Jewish and secular organizations to be effective, sustainable and collaborative agents for change. Selah is the first leadership training designed specifically for Jewish leaders working across the social change field. Since its founding in 2003, we have trained more than 200 leaders from 165 organizations.
The Selah Leadership Program provides unparalleled training for social change leaders, new tools to enhance organizational vision and facilitate change, and the opportunity to learn among some of the Nation’s most innovative and inspiring Jewish social change leaders. This cohort is broadly designed for Jewish leaders across the country who are dedicated to social change and justice and have at least 7 years of experience in their field. We encourage applicants from secular and Jewish organizations that work on social change from multiple approaches including, but not limited, to: community organizing, direct action, social entrepreneurship, advocacy, education, and arts and culture. The application process is highly competitive.
Learn more about Selah, get an application, or recommend someone you know.

Applications are due by Tuesday, March 1st, 2011.

Training dates:
Training 1: Sunday, July 24 – Wednesday, July 27, 2011; (East Coast)

Training 2: Sunday, December 4 – Tuesday, December 6, 2011; (West Coast)

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