Young Professional Social Impact Corps
The Young Professional Social Impact Corps brings together people in their 20s who want to hone their leadership skills, take action through direct-service projects, learn about populations in need, and delve deeper into the character traits that make up a Jewish leader. Participants will join 10 fun, interactive, bi-monthly gatherings, which will focus on developing connections and leadership skill-building, social issues in the Bay Area and beyond, and the groundbreaking work JFCS does to address these issues. The program will culminate in a group project to support the work of one JFCS department through direct service, fundraising, and other creative means.
EXAMINE SOCIAL ISSUES
Leaders who understand the social, economic, and historical context in which they serve are better equipped to help.
CONNECT JEWISH VALUES
Helping both our community and the greater social good is an inherently Jewish value. As Jewish Leaders, we are inspired by our roots, and use these Jewish values to mindfully support those in need.
REFLECT FOR POSITIVE CHANGE
Community service should spark questions and challenges about injustice, inequality, and our own role in bringing about change. Reflecting on these can strengthen our empathy muscles and make us better leaders.
The program includes:
- Community-building gatherings at JFCS and venues throughout the Bay Area
- Engaging learning with scholars, community professionals, and young leaders
- Skill building and leadership training
- Hands-on service projects that support populations in need
- Are 22 – 32 years old and reside in the San Francisco Bay Area
- Want to expand their leadership experience and skills
- Are excited to build community and connection with other Bay Area Young Adults
- Passionate about making a difference by helping those in need
- Interested in learning about how Jewish wisdom can inspire leadership and change
The group meets twice a month on Tuesday evenings between March and June 2022.
Applications for our spring 2022 cohort are closed. Check back in mid-fall 2022 for applications for our spring 2023 cohort.
For more information contact Tamar Zaken at [email protected].