"Innovation Incubator" Make it happen: Learn to bring any project to fruition from beginning to end
Dov Ber Cohen Tuesday January 15, 2013 10:00 am - 3:00 pm (lunch included)
From the young Rabbi who needs guidance on how to create a wave on campus, to the seasonal kiruv professional looking for a new spark, this workshop will take you through the steps to creating a breakthrough event, project or a whole new organization.
With structured facilitation and guidance, this workshop will help you innovate, create a space and environment for you to expand your vision for how you want your organization and career to move forward and take the practical steps to bring these into reality.
Participants leave with a viable project plan, written executive summary and steps to actually carrying it out. The workshop will also give a clear template which can be used in the future for creating new project ideas as well as running project building sessions with students.
Who is Dov Ber Cohen?
Originally from England, Dov Ber Cohen is an up-and-coming innovator in kiruv programming. After 6 years post-college living in Asia, Bradley Cohen came to Israel and studied in yeshiva. In 2008 he founded All for the Kids and was selected as one of 14 fellows on Presentense’s summer incubator, in which participants were coached step by step on how to set up and run their organization. He then initiated Be a Kli, a project leading outreach, social action and self development projects with Israeli backpackers in India. In 2011, he became founder/director of Self Discovery, an organization which empowers young Jewish adults to discover, celebrate and share their unique potential, through powerful, experiential programming. In the first year they ran programming for over 2000 participants.
Dov Ber carried out Shlichut as an inspirational speaker for the World Zionist Organization, was a fellow on the South African Jewish Leadership Initiative with Rabbi Akiva Tatz, is a member of the prestigious ROI young entrepreneurs community, is listed as a mitzvah hero by the Mitzvah Heroes Fund, and is a head facilitator of the education and leadership components on Justifi, an organization taking college age Jewish students to volunteer in Thailand. He made Aliyah at the end of 2008 and appears in the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ web-booklet entitled ‘Young Leaders of Israel 2010.