All applications are due by 11:59pm PST on February 23rd. If you have any questions while you're filling out the application or need special accommodations, please reach out to Nikki Goldrod
for the Innovation track, or Naomi Tilman
for the Ezra Jewish Education track.
For more information on the Springboard tracks and FAQs:
Ezra Jewish Education track
The application contains three parts and we estimate that it will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
• The first part is your basic info. You'll also need to upload your resume in this section.
• The second part of the application is open-ended. Please note that this application does not allow you to save your work and continue later. You can find the essay questions below and we recommend that you work on your responses in a separate document and save them until you're ready to fill out the application.
• The third part allows us to learn more about your preferences for where you would like to work next year.
1. In one Tweet (140 characters or less) why would you make a great Springboard Fellow?
2.Tell us about an important Jewish influence (person, relationship, or experience) or turning point (aha moment, disruption, celebration, or travel) that has informed how you feel about yourself as a Jewish person. (500 word limit)
3. What is something you feel excited about accomplishing on campus related to your specialty area? (Please provide a specific example). (500 word limit)
4. What are your career goals? What do you hope to learn through this Fellowship that will help you achieve these goals? (500 word limit)
5. Describe 1-2 experiences that will help you be successful as an Innovation or Ezra Jewish Education specialist. (500 word limit)
6. This space is designed to give you a chance to demonstrate your creativity and share a side of you that may not be apparent in a written application. Please write your own question and answer it so that we can better understand who you are. (500 word limit)