World Council of Jewish Communal Service (WCJCS)
Conseil mondial des services communautaires juifs
1967 Jerusalem Israel
1967, Jerusalem (Israel), as World Conference of Jewish Communal Service (WCJCS) -- Conferencia Mundial del Servicio Comunitario Judio. Previously also referred to as International Conference of Jewish Communal Service (ICJCS). Reorganized 1994. As of 2015, no longer operative.
Strengthen the world's Jewish community by providing a vehicle for addressing worldwide Jewish concerns and by stimulating the professional-to-professional connection among individuals working on behalf of the Jewish community throughout the world; enhance Jewish communal professional practice throughout the Jewish world; promote the sense of a worldwide Jewish communal service profession.
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Board, comprising 19 international members, 34 North American members and 62 Israeli members and including President, Associate President, Executive Vice-Presidents, Associate Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Associate Treasurer, 3 Immediate Past Presidents, 17 Past Presidents and 5 Vice-Presidents.
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