PJSF x 21/64 Board Leadership Course.
Dear Prospective Participant,
Nonprofit board participation is a big responsibility, and individuals joining boards for the first time can feel unprepared to adopt the role of board member with confidence. We are proud to announce that 21/64 has partnered with The Paul and Jenna Segal Foundation to create a course that empowers the next generation to serve as leaders, and to acquire the skills and know-how to be successful board members.
The course will be a fusion of experiential learning and purposeful skill building, designed to cultivate the next generation of board members who are well informed and trained to take on the role of board member effectively. Rather than reinventing the wheel by offering just another course pertaining to board governance, this course will layer on a critically important generational lens and allow next gen participants to find their voice and learn about their unique opportunity to lead.
The course will take place over 1.5 days and we will cover the hard and soft skills that are the cornerstones of board participation and leadership, including:
- Determining and Shaping Organizational Purpose and Vision
- Strategic Planning
- Finances and Fundraising
- Fiduciary, Legal, and Ethical Responsibilities
- Leveraging your Time, Talent, Treasure, and Ties on behalf of an organization
Throughout the course, we will hear from experienced board members, as well as leaders in fields ranging from strategic planning to finance and law to executive search processes – all with the aim of equipping you with the concrete knowledge and practical application you will need serve competently and with confidence.
Like our NextGenDonors and Grand Street Retreats, this experience goes beyond the course itself and includes access to our Next Gen Network, where you can access ongoing curated educational experiences. Our aim is to help expand and strengthen next gen donors’ peer connections and inspire participants to take the next steps on their leadership journey.
We hope to see you in November. For more information or to find out if the Board Leadership Course is for you, contact email@example.com.
San Francisco, CA
Dinner November 2nd through early evening of November 3rd, 2019
Who Should Attend?
Millennials and Gen Xers currently serving or preparing to serve on a nonprofit board.
$1,800 participant fee.
$200 off for Grand Street and NextGenDonors Alumni.
- Clarify your motivational values and the institutional values you will look for in the organizations you serve;
- Acquire the skills and know how to be an effective board member;
- Learn about your unique opportunity as next gen board members to lead;
- Receive board placement support;
- Uncover ways to leverage the relationships built in 21/64’s community of #NextGenDonors to achieve your desired impact.
- An interactive learning experience;
- Tools and resources to support your journey;
- A roster of distinguished experts who will share their knowledge and experience;
- Peer discussion and networking opportunities;
- Access to ongoing curated educational experiences about giving and related issues concerning next gen donors.
We are pleased to enlist the expertise of accomplished board members and distinguished experts in the field who will share their knowledge and experience with the cohort. Learn more about our faculty members here.
The PJSF x 21/64 Board Leadership course is distributed by:
Founded by early Grand Streeters who were catalyzed by their retreat experience, Slingshot is a peer giving network for young Jews in their 20s and 30s, designed to support innovative and effective Jewish organizations. Slingshot mobilizes young Jewish philanthropists as funders and active change agents, who, with their partners, shape the Jewish community to be vibrant and continuously evolving.
About Our Host:
Located on Manhattan’s famous Museum Mile, the Jewish Museum is a welcoming cultural destination for visitors of all backgrounds and experiences, reaching 200,000 individuals across its artistic and cultural programming each year. The Museum was the first institution of its kind in the United States and today is the oldest existing Jewish museum in the world.
We understand life happens. If you cancel more than 60 days prior to a scheduled course, your registration will be refunded in full. If your cancellation is 30-60 days prior your registration be refunded 50%. All cancellations within 30 days of the course date are nonrefundable. We will try to take into account any extenuating circumstances that result in cancellation and may allow your fee to be applied to a future training within 12 months.