The FEREP Graduate Scholarship Program has two very important objectives: to prepare its students for the transition to professional excellence in Federation, and to create strong cohorts of students who see each other as colleagues and resources as they proceed through their careers in the Jewish community.
In addition to the significant funding that students receive for graduate study, students are convened annually all-expenses-paid at the Jewish Federations of North America General Assembly for a unique program of professional and cohort development.
FEREP students also participate in conference calls during the school year that focus on group learning through issues of interest to emerging Federation professionals.
Toward the end of their graduate training, FEREP students are assisted by professionals in the Mandel Center at The Jewish Federations of North America during the transition period between school and professional placement. The Mandel Center works with students on résumé preparation, interviewing and networking skills and job placement.
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Interested in completing your graduate education and becoming a top-notch professional in the Jewish Federation system? Apply for FEREP (The Federation Executive Recruitment and Education Program).
Interested in internship opportunities at The Jewish Federations of North America? Please email Laura Cyrus.
For more information about careers in the Jewish Federation movement, contact us at 212.284.6910.