Selah Executive Cohort recruiting

Our awesome friends over at Jewish Funds for Justice are recruiting for their next leadership cohort. This one is kinda different because it’s focused on Jewish leaders with more experience.
The Selah program is a great opportunity for learning, networking and exploring the intersection and connections of one’s work life and one’s Judaism.
Applications are now online for the Selah Executive Cohort!
The Selah Leadership Program is rooted in the belief that by transforming leaders, we are better able to transform society. The Executive Cohort will bring 22 to 26 social change leaders together for eight days of intensive leadership and management training over six months. The cohort is designed for Jewish leaders dedicated to social change who have at least 10 to 15 years of experience.
The Executive Cohort provides unparalleled training for senior leaders, new tools to enhance your vision and facilitate organizational change, and the opportunity to learn among some of the nation’s most innovative and inspiring Jewish social change leaders. After all, no social justice leader works alone.
The application process, open to senior leaders in Jewish and secular social justice leadership positions, is highly competitive.
Learn more about Selah, get an application, or nominate someone you know.
Applications are due by Monday, September 27, 2010.
Training dates:
Training 1: Sunday, January 9- Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Training 2: Sunday, June 12- Tuesday, June 14, 2011
*Selah is a collaboration between The Nathan Cummings Foundation and the Jewish Funds for Justice, in partnership with the Rockwood Leadership Program.

3 thoughts on “Selah Executive Cohort recruiting

  1. There are 22-26 Jews outside of Israel with leadership skills?
    If you can’t find that many what then?

  2. Dave, why have your comments gone recently from arguments I disagree with to baseless trolling? Please stop.

  3. As I was the only only commenter to this post I don’t see how you can say I was trolling-was there another comment to this post that wasn’t?

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