APPLY TO BECOME A JEWISH NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL
To save a life is to save a world.
Now more than ever before, Jewish organizations, whether new or established, need and depend on professional leadership to provide the sophisticated management, ensure the financial health, foster the innovations, and implement the changes needed to address the challenges in the Jewish communal world and in the broader society.
The health and vitality of the Jewish communal enterprise depends on the recruitment, cultivation, training and empowerment of passionate and skilled professional leaders like you.
The School of Jewish Nonprofit Management offers multiple graduate degree and certificate programs. We encourage you to learn more about each of these programs to find out which is right for you.
Dual Degree Masters Programs with USC and M.A. in Jewish Nonprofit Management (MAJNM)
Joint M.A. Program in Jewish or Religious Education and Jewish Nonprofit Management
Masters in Jewish Nonprofit Managements
Certificate in Jewish Nonprofit Management
GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATION (GRE)
All applicants with English proficiency are required to take the GRE General Test. When registering for the GRE, please use the school code number 4349, which directs the results to the National Office of Admissions and Recruitment on the HUC-JIR Los Angeles campus. Do not use the school code number of any other HUC-JIR campus, as this will delay or prevent our receipt of your GRE scores. For GRE information, please see www.ets.org/gre.
We recommend that the test be taken at least four weeks before the application is due to allow time for the scores to be sent to HUC-JIR. GRE scores are only valid for five years. Candidates with a prior degree from HUC-JIR, Ph.D. or Masters degree (post-Bachelor) from an accredited institution that required a GRE score for admission may be exempt from submitting a current GRE score. Please email email@example.com with a request to exempt from this requirement.