The Empower Fellowship is a track within the Jewish Organizing Fellowship for Jews who self-identify as people with disabilities, disabled, or differently-abled*. Empower Fellows are part of the Jewish Organizing Fellowship, engaging in all of the training, community, and mentorship that come with being a Jewish Organizing Fellow. They also participate in additional trainings to support their leadership as Jewish organizers with disabilities. JOIN provides training and coaching to support the Empower Fellows’ placement organizations (employers) in being as accessible and inclusive as possible, as well as funding to help them hire their Fellows.
Don’t Kvetch, Organize! at Join for Justice
We’ve all wondered how to make real change on the issues we care about, and for many of us this interest has grown in this unique historical moment. Many Jews across the country feel that their core values are under assault, or feel directly at risk, and want to take action. But how do we make our action as effective as possible?
Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program at Brandeis University
Jewish leaders of the 21st century must be able to understand trends, frame issues, and apply professional skills in new and creative ways.
Repair the World Fellowship
We’re looking for courageous, innovative and compassionate leaders who want to spend 11 months doing so much more than service; advancing their professional skills and accelerating their personal growth while addressing social inequity through meaningful service and mobilizing the Jewish community to volunteer alongside them.
Echoing Green Fellowship
WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR
If you have the ideas and vision to bring positive change to the world, we want to work with you. Don’t worry if your business plan or resume isn’t perfect. What matters is that you are committed to the problem you are solving and ready to make a big impact.
Rene Cassin Fellowship Program
Are you interested in looking at human rights through a Jewish lens? If so, the René Cassin Fellowship Programme, supported by the Anglo-Jewish Association, might be just what you are looking for.
The René Cassin Fellowship Programme (RCFP) explores Jewish visions for a just society and provides individuals with the knowledge, skills and contacts needed to enhance their activism in the areas of social justice and human rights. The RCFP brings together a cohort of exceptional professionals to explore human rights issues from a uniquely Jewish perspective.
Meet Me at the Well: Ritual Creation Workshop
Have you ever wanted to create your own ritual but are not sure where to start? This course is a deep dive into the abundant well of rituals on ritualwell.org, and an opportunity to create your own unique ritual with the help of an experienced ritual guide, Rabbi Kami Knapp.
Entrepreneurship for Individuals and Non Profits
Do you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Have you ever thought about following your passion and making it into a profitable business? Or, if you are in the non profit world, have you explored mission-relevant ways to expand your revenue? What if you could create steady income streams in addition to the dollars you raise from your donors?
Created Equal Educators Fellowship: Shalom Hartman Institute
The Shalom Hartman Institute is pleased to announce the creation of the Created Equal Educators Fellowship to examine these questions. This fellowship will be informed by the work of Created Equal: Gender and the Ethics of Shared Leadership: a research and education project which brings Jewish thought into conversation with these challenges through both critical and constructive lenses.
Atlas Corps Fellowship
The Atlas Corps Fellowship is a 12-18 month Fellowship in the United States for the world’s top social change leaders. Fellows serve full-time at Host Organizations to develop leadership skills and learn effective practices through the Atlas Corps Global Leadership Lab professional development series and networking opportunities with other Fellows.
Ritualwell is excited to offer a new series of online courses in conjunction with the Reconstructionist Learning Networks, a project of Reconstructing Judaism. Engage in text study, participate in rich discussions, create rituals, and connect with an online community.
Jewish Writer's Initiative
The Jewish Writers’ Initiative is a national, year-long program to incubate commercial, Jewish-themed scripts for mainstream film, television, and digital media platforms.