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New fundraising fellowship created at Yiddish Book Center

The Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts, has announced the establishment of a new fellowship program for recent graduates interested in a career in development and fundraising in Jewish cultural organizations. During the year-long program, fellows will gain hands-on, paid experience and professional training as a full-time member of the Yiddish Book Center staff.

The fellowship is open to recent college and master’s program graduates. Applicants should have good communication and writing skills and an interest in learning about the development profession. A commitment to the mission of the Yiddish Book Center is required, and a background in Jewish studies is preferred.

Applications are due by July 1 and can be found at yiddishbookcenter.org/development-fellowship.

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