A new program is providing grants of $60,000 for eight Jewish young adults interested in creating new programs to bolster Jewish life in the United States. The Joshua Venture, which is funded by several large Jewish family foundations, is offering the money, as well as leadership training, mentoring and health benefits, for individuals aged 21-35. Applications, due in October, and more information are available at www.joshuaventure.org.
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