CJP's PresenTense Boston Fellowship is a six-month part-time program based in Boston that enables young Jewish social innovators to turn their envisioned projects into reality. To learn more: browse the fact sheet (below), meet past Fellows, and apply to join the 2013 cohort!
2013 Fellowship Fast Facts
The Fellowship starts in January and ends in late May/early June with Launch Night.
Applications Due > Wednesday, November 28
Sunday, January 13, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
Sunday, March 17, 2013
Sunday, April 7, 2013
Monday, May 6, 2013
All workshops will be scheduled on Sundays and weekday evenings to best accommodate your full-time work/school schedule.
*additional workshops will fall in between these seminar dates and announced prior to the start of the Fellowship
Through a six-month curriculum based on Design Theory, Fellows will learn theories and test practical tools in the following seminars (see dates above):
NETWORK AND RESOURCES
All Fellows are matched with a volunteer business coach from the local community, will have access to a network of subject matter experts and will learn from the experience of esteemed roundtable presenters. Following completion of the program, Fellows will also have the opportunity to be matched with an experienced Mentor and apply for a small grant to serve as seed funding.
Each Fellow is required to complete 6 venture milestones which correspond to the seminars. Fellows are expected to attend 80% of all scheduled programming and monthly meetings with volunteer experts.
Program fee: $120
Costs include all professional workshop leaders, program materials and workshop meals (where applicable). No additional payment will be provided. Financial assistance available on case-by-case need basis.
Click here to download the above Fact Sheet as a PDF: