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Wexner Foundation Mentoring Program – Mentee Application

The Wexner Graduate Fellowship Mentoring Program will leverage the deep and diverse talent that has been nurtured by 30 years of the Fellowship Program. The program will provide a framework for continuing support and guidance of Wexner alumni, bolstered by content-rich, personalized learning. Through participation in this program, mentor volunteers will build coaching and supervisory skills that will help them lead more effectively in their professional and communal lives. Mentees will drive the relationship by working with their mentor to create mutually agreed-upon goals and expectations and will hold one another accountable to the highest level of informed, committed participation. Eligible mentors and mentees will be selected from the Wexner Graduate Fellowship Alumni Community.

Application Deadline November 20, 2018

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Wexner Graduate Fellowship Winter Institute 2019

Please complete the form to register for the WGF Winter Institute, which will be held at The Sanibel Marriott Resort and Spa in Ft. Myers, FL, from Jan. 20 - 23, 2019.

All current Wexner Graduate Fellows/Davidson Scholars and Wexner Field Fellows, Classes 28 - 31, are required to complete the registration, which will also provide the opportunity to volunteer to lead various parts of the institute.

Thank you!

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The Jewish Life Cycle: The Shape of a Human Life with Rabbi Larry Hoffman

In our first online course Rabbi Larry Hoffman will teach a 4-part series on what he calls "The Ultimates" -- the nodal moments in our lives when we are filled with wonder, gratitude, grief, fear -- and rely on Jewish ritual to enrich and comfort us. Even as Jewish leaders, we sometimes go through the seminal rites of passage in our lives -- birth, marriage, bar/bat mitzvah, death -- without a deep understanding of the history and range of interpretations of our central ceremonies and prayers. We bless our children or our parents without ever having really explored what these blessings really mean to us honestly and deeply as adults. Rabbi Hoffman will explore with us specific liturgical texts and what our life-cycle ceremonies teach us about Judaism's advice on living our lives. Enrollment is first come, first served and will be capped at 18 Wexner Heritage Alumni. There is a cost of $350 to participate, please click on link to PayPal to process payment.

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