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Program Director, Startup Business Accelerator
Location: York, ON
Support an exciting start-up non-profit team whose mission is to create new jobs and opportunities for Canada and her citizens!
In partnership with Schulich School of Business at York University, Jewish Russian Community Centre (JRCC), 3V Communications and The PresenTense Group, this non-profit organization will run business accelerators focused on three core groups:
1. Entrepreneurs starting industry businesses that will create jobs and bring revenue to Canada
2. Entrepreneurs starting mission-driven businesses and non-profit organizations that benefit Canadian society
3. International entrepreneurs starting industry businesses, who are seeking to immigrate to Canada
This is a perfect opportunity for anyone interested in business development, community development and entrepreneurship education.
We are seeking a part-time, self-employed contractor who will work alongside a team of internationally accredited professionals and educators, directly reporting to Dr. Marat Ressin and Ms. Shelby Zitelman.
- One to two years of professional experience, preferably at a start-up;
- Event coordination and planning;
- Administration and Logistics;
- Client relations;
- Sales and Development;
- Marketing and Social Media
We're happy to announce that our friends at UpStart in the San Francisco Bay Area have opened up the application for their 2013-14 UpStarter Program. The UpStarter program helps selected entrepreneurs develop their vision, build their capacities, work toward fiscal sustainability, scale their impact, and adapt to shifting needs. UpStarters will gain access to networks and resources needed to achieve maximum organizational effectiveness.
The application deadline is March 8, 2013.
Or HaLev Director Job Description
About Or HaLev
We believe that Judaism is a path of transformation for our lives, relationships, and the world. Our mission is to teach concrete Jewish techniques for deepening our lives and to provide opportunities for intensive contemplative Jewish practice. We see the wisdom and practices we teach as a crucial part of learning to live joyfully, authentically, and responsively, and of learning to respond wholeheartedly to the basic Jewish and human call for compassion and justice. We are guided by a commitment to the three pillars of Torah, Avodah, and Tikkun: Wisdom, Practice, and Transformation.
Torah– There is deep and relevant wisdom in our sacred texts and we are committed to sharing it in a resonant and life transforming way. Our path is grounded in deep and rigorous textual learning. We are also committed to empowering people with the tools to access and appreciate the texts, wisdom, and practices themselves.
ID2 – International Development, Israeli Designed
ID2 is a unique 4-day gathering that will bring together professionals from the non-profit, public and private sector to reflect and brainstorm on Israel’s contribution to International Development and the future opportunities this field offers for both Israel and the developing world.
This exciting event aims to move beyond the dialogue about “Tikkun Olam” and social justice to creating mutually beneficial cooperation between the Israeli business world and the international development community. Through this gathering we hope to create a space where Israeli innovation meets social entrepreneurship and Tikkun Olam. Space is limited – Apply now!
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/ID2.2013
Job Description and Position Announcement:
Jewish Food Justice Fellowship Director
The Leichtag Foundation (LF) is seeking a full-time director of its new signature Jewish Food Justice Fellowship (JFJF). The JFJF Director will be the lead staff person for the fellowship with full oversight of the fellows, their job assignments, and educational and professional development plans as well as their community engagement work. The JFJF Director will work closely with the LF team to integrate the JFJF into other LF programs and strategies and to creatively find opportunities for the fellows to contribute. The JFJF Director will be involved with the recruitment of fellows; participate in the matching process of fellows’ placements in organizations; provide supervision, support, coaching and mentoring to the fellows; connect them with professional development opportunities; and organize the international trip. The JFJF Director will supervise the JFJF Education Manager and develop strong relationships with other LF staff and community stakeholders in order to fully maximize the impact of the fellows. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in leadership development; significant familiarity with Jewish customs, rituals and community trends; strong understanding of food justice, fair food access and agricultural sustainability policies and practices; proven abilities in program design from conception to implementation and follow-up; and excellent analytical and communication skills. The JFJF Director will report to the LF Executive Director.
About the Jewish Food Justice Fellowship
Director of Social Media and Outreach, Full-time
Position open July 2012
The Director of Social Media and Outreach reports to Hiddush’s President and will be responsible for all English language outreach and Diaspora organizational partnerships. This position will be responsible for engaging English speakers in advocacy for religious freedom and equality; the Director will manage Hiddush’s English language website and social media outreach, as well as English language media communication and building a stakeholder base for Hiddush’s advocacy.
For more information, click here.
Now is your chance to serve with JDC – the world’s leading humanitarian aid organization. JDC Jewish Service Corps Fellows serve in placements around the world, working with Jewish communities and on non-sectarian programs, addressing various needs in locations including: Argentina,China, Ethiopia, Germany, Israel, Rwanda and Ukraine. Join our network of young Jewish leaders and create a lasting impact on the global Jewish community.
(See attached flyer for more information)
Apply NOW at jdc.org/jsc
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Applications due: March 15, 2012
Seeking a Professional Services Analyst for full-time work at a small medical software company (Hi-Tech) based in central Jerusalem. This position will require the candidate to support customer project implementations and client communication. The candidate should be a team player, an efficient problem solver, organized, detail oriented and should have excellent English communication skills (oral and written).
The candidate must be prepared to work in a flexible and fast paced environment and work hours that will facilitate supporting US clients (12pm-8pm).
Summary of Responsibilities:
· Support the Professional Services team to build/implement documents and spreadsheets that will be incorporated in the software
· Communicate with clients during the implementation process in web meetings and email
· QA of software
· Play a key role in the Tech Support/Customer service Team, including managing the internal Tech Support Center
· Provide emergency support during non-business hours on a rotating basis
Candidate should fit the following requirements:
· 1-3 years work experience
· Excellent written and verbal English skills
· University Degree
Dear Community Innovators,
The Jewish Venture Philanthropy Fund-Los Angeles (JVPF), in collaboration with The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, is pleased to announce our 2012 (Round X) Request for Proposals. Thanks to our investors, partners and a network of creative supporters from across the Jewish world, our Fund is growing and is closing in on two million in cumulative grants since its inception. We expect to make grants during the 2012 cycle totaling approximately $250,000.
Submissions are due by 5:00 pm on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 and should be submitted electronically to JVPF@JewishLA.org. For more detailed information, please click here to download a document with our Background, Criteria, and Guidelines for submission as well as a cover sheet and click here for a list of Frequently Asked Questions.
If you have further questions about the Jewish Venture Philanthropy Fund, please contact Scott Minkow at SMinkow@JewishLA.org or call (323) 761-8326.
Please feel free to forward this e-mail to others who may be interested.
Joan Herman & Dan Tenenbaum
Vice President, Partnerships & Innovation
The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles
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