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Education to Employment to Promote Social Mobility in Israel

Dec. 8, 2014
3 West Club, 3 W. 51st St.
New York, NY

To thrive in the coming decades, Israel must develop strategies to help all its young people learn, succeed and contribute. 

In this highly interactive, one-day program, funders from the U.S. and Israel will join leading Israeli and American scholars, advocates and program leaders to help young Israelis navigate their path from education to employment. 

The conference highlights innovative models and policies to promote economic vitality and social mobility in Israel.  Please join us for an important and timely discussion!

Who Should Attend

JFN Members and funders who are JFN membership eligible, including individuals, family and independent foundations, and grantmaking communal institutions are all welcome. If you fund or have an interest in funding in Israel or education, this is a great learning and networking opportunity for you. This is an ideal opportunity for small family foundations or independent funders to have a seat at the global table that JFN membership provides. A broad spectrum of grantmaking experience in the field will be represented.


Registration is $250 for JFN members and $300 for non-members. 

Registration is now closed. Onsite registration is available for eligible participants; please contact registration@jfunders.org to let us know you'd like to attend. 


Rooms are available at the nearby San Carlos Hotel for the discounted rate of $369/night on the nights of December 7 and 8.

The rate includes continental breakfast and in-room Wi-Fi and cannot be guaranteed for reservations made after November 14.

Reserve by contacting 800 722-2012 or reserve@sancarloshotel.com and reference Jewish Funders Network.

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