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Combating antisemitism requires understanding our current climate in both an historical and contemporary context, right alongside the development of real-world skills. We must engage and support constituents, leverage communications, develop networks, and build bridges.
Among its leadership programs, Spertus Institute offers the Executive MA in Jewish Professional Studies program, which serves Jewish communal executives with 12+ years in the field. It is our pleasure to announce the participants in the seventh cohort.
At Spertus Institute, we recognize that every student is unique, with their own goals, talents, obstacles, and dreams for the future. That’s why personalized one-on-one mentoring or coaching experiences are integrated into all our degree and certificate programs.
Spertus Institute announces the 2022 graduates of its prestigious Master’s and Doctoral programs. They join thousands of other Spertus alumni who advance Jewish organizations and communities around the world with their Spertus-acquired knowledge and skills.
Jewish leaders need tools and training to respond to rising antisemitism. To address this need, Chicago-based Spertus Institute launches the Leadership Certificate in Combating Antisemitism with an inaugural cohort of 17 Jewish community executives and senior professionals.
Spertus Institute provides targeted training for the Jewish organizational professionals across North America. Key among them is the MA in Jewish Professional Studies, in which students gain the skills to advance both their careers and communities.
There is a critical need for Jewish communal leaders to respond to antisemitism with knowledge, strength, and skill. A new Spertus initiative will address this need.
Spertus announces a new cohort of the Certificate in Jewish Leadership, presented with Northwestern University. During the program, participants will learn to strengthen their own leadership styles, manage change, and inspire excellence.
On December 7, join a free live online conversation with the winner of the National Jewish Book Award for Debut Fiction.