The Jeremy Spinak Young Leaders Program is an initiative of the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies which identifies, trains and supports emerging Jewish political and communal leaders.
Through a series of workshops, encounters, tours and meetings, participants will develop skills to become leaders and advocates.
The sessions will deliver skills in communication, public speaking, presentation, interpersonal behaviour, professional presence, emotional intelligence, leadership skills, public affairs and social media.
Candidates are required to commit to the entire program, which will run weekly for 7 Sundays, 9am -1pm, beginning in August.
If you are a student or professional aged 18-30 and interested in the political sector and advancing your career prospects, we encourage you to apply for this unique opportunity.
Network with political leaders at home and abroad with ease and confidence.
Experts from a range of sectors, including public affairs and social media.
Develop the skills to present and speak in public.
This will cover interpersonal behaviour, professional presence and emotional intelligence.
The NSW Jewish Board of Deputies is the officially-elected representative roof-body and voice of the Jewish community of New South Wales.
It is recognised by the NSW government, its agencies, the media and other ethnic and religious groups as the representative body of the Jewish community. The Board leads, speaks and advocates on behalf of the NSW Jewish community, with 61 major communal organisations as its constituents.
The NSW Jewish Board of Deputies leads, speaks and advocates on behalf of the NSW Jewish community.
Learn more: nswjbd.org
Phone: (02) 9360 1600
Address: 146 Darlinghurst Rd, Darlinghurst NSW 2010