The JGSI Fellowship

Sponsored by the Sloan Family Foundation

APPLY NOW
Virtual Fellowship
FALL 2020:
Wednesday nights at 8pm EDT beginning September 23, 2020
Limited spots available; apply ASAP

(Los Angeles residents: click here for our in-person Fellowship Spring 2021)
APPLY NOWTESTIMONIALS & GALLERY
The JGSI Fellowship is a groundbreaking, award-winning training program that has inspired the next generation of Jewish leadership for hundreds of young adults in Los Angeles. Now, through our new Virtual Fellowship, sponsored by the Sloan Family Foundation, this incredible course is available to participants nationwide!

Over eight weekly live online sessions, select Jewish graduate students and alumni will discuss the fundamentals of Jewish ethics and leadership through interactive presentations by world-class speakers. Participants will gain the rare opportunity to develop meaningful connections with top Jewish executives, attorneys and community activists, and with each other.

Guest speakers include:

Shari Redstone (Chairwoman, ViacomCBS)

Stan Kasten (President, LA Dodgers)
Stephen Davis (President, Hasbro Studios)
Rebecca Rothstein (Managing Director, The RVR Group)
Joe Asher (CEO, William Hill US)
Ellen Siminoff (Former CEO, Shmoop University)
Stephen Kaplan (Co-Founder, Oaktree Capital Management)
Ynon Kreiz (CEO, Mattel)


The JGSI Fellowship is a proud winner of the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles’ “Cutting Edge” grant and a proud beneficiary of the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles.


Eligibility Requirements and Application

Applicants Must:

--Be between the ages of 22 and 35
--Live outside of greater Los Angeles (LA residents please see our in-person program
HERE)
--Have at least one Jewish parent (or converted to Judaism)
--Have not previously participated in any advanced Jewish studies program of duration of more than 3 months (including Gap Year in Israel, Judaic Studies major, Yeshiva/Seminary, Rabbinic programs, etc.)
--Have demonstrated leadership experience (professional, communal, or academic)
--Be committed to the Jewish community and personal growth
--Be able to attend all program sessions


Apply now for Fall 2020!