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Are you a young Jewish innovator with an idea to change the world but don’t know where to start? Start here.
CJP’s PresenTense Boston Fellowship is a five-month program (Jan – June 2012) based in Boston that enables young Jewish social innovators to turn their envisioned projects into reality. We’re looking for entrepreneurs (launching a new venture) andintrapreneurs (growing an idea from within an existing Jewish non-profit) between 22-40 and living in Greater Boston.
Through a Curriculum based on Design Theory, over the five-month Fellowship, we’ll introduce you to a global network of supporters and teach you the theories and practical tools you need. Our curriculum is broken into the following seminars:
• Determining Vision
• Environmental Scanning
• Social Business Models
• Prototyping and Assessment
• Operations and Finance
• Sales and Fundraising
The next time you hear a big announcement from us, we’ll be introducing the 2012 PresenTense Boston Fellows… will you be one of them?