Step for­ward, Science grad­u­ates

The Jewish Chronicle - - CommunityNews -

THE ADAM Science Foun­da­tion has cre­ated an alumni net­work for grad­u­ates of its lead­er­ship pro­gramme.

The net­work, launched by the foun­da­tion and the UJIA with sup­port from the Pears Foun­da­tion, brings to­gether those who have grad­u­ated since 1992 with a view to train­ing peo­ple to be­come Jewish com­mu­nity lead­ers. The pro­gramme was set up in me­mory of Adam Science, who died aged 27 in 1991.

Ad­dress­ing the 100 guests — in­clud­ing some 70 grad­u­ates — at the launch, UJIA chair­man Mick Davis, said: “There is a need to re­ju­ve­nate the lead­er­ship of the com­mu­nity with younger peo­ple and it is the re­spon­si­bil­ity of Adam Science alumni to step for­ward and take that re­spon­si­bil­ity.”

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