Change the face of the Jewish community in St. Louis

Jewish Federation of St. Louis is joining with the Mission Center L3C and Washington University’s Skandalaris Center to help solve the Jewish community’s emerging issues. This partnership will involve the Skandalaris Center’s Social Enterprise and Innovation Competition (SEIC) and TMC L3C’s 22- week training series for first-time entrepreneurs. The structure, in collaboration with Federation, will allow 12 to 15 members of the Jewish community to participate in the regular programming as well as an integrated, Jewish-specific approach through one-on-one coaching and monthly “cohort collaboratives.”

 The Jewish Community Cohort will be exposed to a network of entrepreneurs, both experienced and new. They will learn about social entrepreneurship and innovation directly in relation to issues specific to the Jewish community. 

Innovators, entrepreneurs, creative and passionate people, and strategic thinkers are invited to apply and learn more at Applications are being accepted through Aug. 7. For more information, contact Emily Bornstein, Planning and Allocations Associate, at [email protected].