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Jewish Leadership Institute on Disabilities and Inclusion

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Now accepting applications for the February, 2016
Jewish Leadership Institute on Disabilities and Inclusion

 

Jewish Leadership Institute on Disabilities and inclusion Powered by the Ruderman Family foundation   Ruderman Family Foundation

Run by the National Leadership Consortium on Developmental Disabilities at the University of Delaware and funded by The Ruderman Family Foundation

Monday, February 1-Thursday, February 4, 2016
Capital Retreat Center, Waynesboro Pennsylvania
Applications due by December 4, 2015


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For questions, contact Nancy Weiss at nweiss@udel.edu

The Jewish Leadership Institute on Disabilities and Inclusion Provides Specialized Leadership Development

The Third Jewish Leadership Institute on Disabilities and Inclusion is specifically targeted to executives and lay leaders of Federations, Jewish Family and Children’s agencies, Jewish Community Centers, and Jewish Career and Vocational agencies so they can lead organizations and communities to advance the inclusion of people with disabilities.

At the Jewish Leadership Institute on Disabilities and Inclusion Jewish community leaders acquire the necessary skills, knowledge and vision to effectively lead innovative capacity building strategies and practices through which all people with disabilities can fully participate in Jewish community life and lead self-directed quality lives.

The Institute is not a traditional conference. Please apply if you can participate in the whole Monday-Thursday program. Participants should plan to arrive in time to start the program mid-morning on Monday and stay through its conclusion Thursday mid-afternoon.

You will join a prestigious cohort of Jewish Leadership Institute on Disabilities and Inclusion alumni who have made and continue to make a significant impact on their organizations and communities to assure full and meaningful disability inclusion. Join our outstanding faculty for intensive leadership development that prepares you to lead your organization in support of people with disabilities and their families.