Any Jewish institution in the Puget Sound region is eligible to be considered for membership in the JCRC as long as the organization meets the following minimum requirements:
Institutions that endorse candidates or are partisan in nature are not eligible for membership.
Only the parent institution located in the Greater Seattle area shall be eligible to appoint a member to the Council. Sub-groups, sub-organizations or committees, however denominated, associated with a larger or parent greater Seattle institution shall not be independently and separately eligible to appoint members to the Council. Where multiple chapters of a national organization exist, a combined 100 units of memberships, donors, or beneficiaries is required, and representation on the Council will be on a regional basis rather than for each chapter.
The above criteria are the minimum basis for eligibility for membership. The Board has the discretion to recommend or not recommend and the Council has the discretion to approve or not approve an institution for membership.
Institutions seeking JCRC membership shall submit their cover letter and other required information (via Google form) during the spring application period to Aliza Mossman, JCRC and Advocacy Associate (email@example.com), who will submit it to the JCRC Advisory Board.
Applications will include the following:
Contact information for the lead volunteer and lead professional for the institution’s application.
The number of representatives from any member institution (with the exception of the Federation) shall be one voting delegate.
All Council Members are expected to:
Member Institutions shall:
All members of the JCRC are eligible to serve up to three consecutive two-year terms.