Introducing JPRO Chicago's Mentorship Program
The inaugural cohort of JPRO Chicago’s Mentorship Program is now accepting applications for mentors and mentees.
During this four-month program, mentor/mentee pairs will build a mutually beneficial relationship that will strengthen skill sets and support career growth. Applications are due noon on February 15 and the program will begin on March 1.
About JPRO Chicago
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What is JPRO Chicago and who is it for?
The mission of JPRO Chicago is to support individual career growth and the collective growth of our community by serving as a central resource for professional development.
Whether you are new to the field or a veteran, JPRO Chicago is for you. Whether you are a fundraiser, marketer, HR/operations, educator, planner, programmer, or jack-of-all trades professional, JPRO Chicago is for you. Whether you are in your 20s or in your 60s, JPRO Chicago is for you. If you work at or with a Jewish organization in the Chicagoland area, then JPRO Chicago is for you.
JPRO Chicago Launched on June 15, 2017!
200 colleagues came together to support and celebrate the launch of JPRO Chicago, a new association for professionals working at and with Jewish organizations in the Chicagoland area. Our featured speaker Mats Lederhausen, founder of BE-CAUSE, discussed how we can inspire others to join our community in a world where people are increasingly looking for ways to contribute to something larger than themselves.