Setting the Pace
There's More than One Way to be a Leader
The next generation of Jewish philanthropyBen Gurion Society Young adults giving at least $1,000 to the Community Campaign. Named in honor of a national founder and the first Prime Minister of IsraelBGS members are the foundation and leaders in the young adult Jewish community Membership is open to any young adult (ages 22-45) who contributes…
National Young Leadership Cabinet NYLC Shaping the future of the Jewish community in North America, Israel and throughout the world. YAD Leadership Development Upcoming NYLC Events National Young Leadership Cabinet Becca Tobe National Young Leadership Cabinet Chair Interested in becoming a member?
Entrepreneurial Grants SteelTree Funding Pittsburgh Jewish community projects. Funding Community Projects The SteelTree Fund provides grants of $5,000, $3,600, or $1,800 to projects that serve the Pittsburgh Jewish community. Projects will be considered only once per calendar year, though an organization or individual can apply for more than one project within a calendar year. SteelTree…
Building Pittsburgh’s Next Jewish Leaders Wechsler Fellowship Open to individuals ages 22-45 who are carefully selected following a nomination, application and interview process. So, What is the Wechsler Fellowship? The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh’s Wechsler Fellowship: Building Pittsburgh’s Next Jewish Leaders is an initiative to engage, develop and inspire leadership in the Pittsburgh Jewish community.…
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