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Applications Now Open for Mandel Jerusalem Fellows 2010-2011
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Source: The Mandel Fellows in Jewish Education

 

The Mandel Leadership Institute is pleased to announce that registration for Cohort 28 of the Mandel Jerusalem Fellows (MJF) is now open. MJF is a year-long fellowship program at the Mandel Leadership Institute in Jerusalem for exceptional leaders in Jewish education and community innovation. MJF Fellows reflect on their professional practice, challenge and refine their conceptions of Jewish life and engagement, developing well-grounded visions for the next phase of their careers.

 

The Mandel Jerusalem Fellows (MJF) is a one-year, residential fellowship program that runs from September through July.

 

Candidates

MJF seeks talented mid-career Jewish educators and communal innovators with proven leadership abilities who are interested in effecting broad change. Eligible candidates include social entrepreneurs, directors of cutting-edge educational initiatives and leaders of major Jewish organizations.

 

Fellowship

The fellowship provides a generous living stipend, including transportation costs to and from Israel and health insurance for the fellow and his/her family.

Comments (2):
February 5, 2014     Reuven Werber (MOFET Institute) wrote:
Dear Reverend Asare,
Please contact the Mandel Foundation directly for this information. http://www.mli.org.il/english/Pages/ContactUs.aspx

All the best,
Reuven
December 30, 2013     Reverend Reuben Asare (TBC Accra) wrote:
I'm interested in your MJF programme. Please, could you kindly send me a pack of your 2014 Programme details and requirement soft copies.
Thank you.
Shalom.
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