Thursday, January 24, 2008

Jewish Heritage Foundation looking for MBA help

The Jewish Heritage Foundation of North Carolina is the only independent statewide organization dedicated to preserving, sharing and celebratingJewish culture and artistry.
We fulfill our mission by working in three main areas:
• To collect, preserve and present the history of the Jewish people of North Carolina;
• To serve as custodian, collecting and redistributing Jewish ritualobjects and preserving Jewish historical sites;
• To operate the Rosenzweig Gallery as a venue for Jewish art, with the goal of developing exhibits that can travel to communities throughout thestate.
The Jewish Heritage Foundation of North Carolina has embarked upon our mostambitious project to date. "Down Home: Jewish Life in North Carolina" will present the remarkable and compelling story of 300 years of Jewish life inNorth Carolina, the story of individuals who have made an unforgettableimpact upon the progressive development of our state.
"Down Home" will bring this history alive through:
• A national broadcast-quality documentary film;
• Educational videos and teaching guides for the state's 1.5 millionpublic school students;
• An interactive museum exhibit which will travel to all of the state's major metropolitan centers (debuting at the Levine Museum of the New South);
• An engaging, well-researched book with full-color illustration.
The JHFNC is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization. Contributions to the JHFNC and its projects are fully tax deductible. The organization is fundedby individual and corporate donors, charitable foundations, synagogues, andlocal Jewish federations.
We are looking for a professional who would help us develop a strategic marketing and communications plan to brand and market both the foundationand specifically the Down Home project. More information about JHFNC can befound at
Will Grossman
Director of Operations
Jewish Heritage Foundation of North Carolina
PO Box 51245, Durham, NC 27717-1245
919 668-5839

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