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PresenTense Fellowships in the Hub

Among the organizations fostering Jewish innovation these days, PresenTense stands out as one that appears to be doing things right. (For example, check out CEO Ariel Beery’s recent musings on fiscal responsibility.)
Combined Jewish PhilanthropiesSo needless to say, I am pretty excited that PresenTense has partnered with Combined Jewish Philanthropies to bring PT’s Fellowship program to my hometown of Boston.
From their website:

The CJP/PresenTense Boston Social Entrepreneur Fellowship is designed to support entrepreneurs seeking to launch new ventures in the Boston area that engage, leverage and inspire the Boston Jewish community.
The fellowship is targeted for young adults between the ages of 22-40 living in the Greater Boston area.

So, fellow Bostonians, here’s your chance. Can you make our community a better place to be Jewish? Can you provide more diverse, richer Jewish experiences for those who are seeking them — and those who don’t even know they might want them? If you can, apply today!

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