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Want to get more involved in the fastest growing Jewish org in Chicago? Apply Now!

Are you looking to make a difference and be part of a vibrant and growing community organization? ChiTribe is currently expanding our board, and we’re on the hunt for qualified, dedicated individuals who share our passion for bringing people together. We have several exciting opportunities available, and we’d love for you to join us on our journey!

We are currently seeking board members with expertise in:

  1. Business Development: Help us identify and execute growth strategies that will enhance our organization’s reach and impact.
  2. Event Production and Sales: Plan, execute, and sell tickets for engaging events that strengthen our community and generate revenue.
  3. Advertisement and Sponsorships: Develop and manage advertising campaigns and sponsorship opportunities to raise awareness and funding for our cause.
  4. Accounting: Oversee financial record-keeping, maintain accurate financial statements, and ensure compliance with relevant regulations.
  5. Finance: Manage our organization’s financial resources, establish budgets, and provide strategic financial guidance to support our mission.
  6. Digital Marketing: Help us with our strategic marketing as we continue to expand our reach throughout Illinois
  7. Fundraising: WE NEED FUNDRAISERS

If you’re eager to contribute your skills and make a real impact, show up to events, get your communities involved, actually do the work – this is a great opportunity. To be considered for a board position at ChiTribe, please submit your application through this form.

Join us in our mission to foster connections and build a stronger community. Apply today and help shape the future of ChiTribe!

Apply here to join our board!

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Rebecca Schwab

Rebecca Schwab

Rebecca creates best practices and executes marketing campaigns for Jewish organizations who are trying to reach the next generation of the Jewish community - specifically Millennials and Gen Z - through digital marketing, social media, online and in-person events.