On September 28, 2012 Repair the World hosted a conference call with the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) to provide an overview of the 2013 Senior Corps RSVP grant competition. The winners of these competitive grants were announced last week.
Two new studies commissioned by Repair the World (Repair) and conducted by the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis University, hones in on the challenges faced by a critical cog in this burgeoning movement: the program leaders.
As CEO of Repair the World, Jon Rosenberg is in the business of empowering others to make service a defining part of Jewish life. But last Monday night, Jon had an opportunity to personally live out the organization’s mission. He was one of several Repair the World staffers participating in NYC’s homeless count.
An occasional collection of excellent resources for professionals in the Jewish nonprofit community – taken from our Twitter feed. This week’s treasures include Jewish nonprofit hashtags, social media training resources, 101 volunteer engagement tips, slacktivism as a management tool and so much more!
End of year top ten lists – everyone is doing it! So in a burst of meta, we’ve decided to wait until the very nearly last minute and do a round up of top ten lists of interest to professionals in the Jewish nonprofit world. These are OUR favorite lists.