In 1967, the National Conference of Jewish Communal Service (NCJCS) determined to become "the central core of a number of more or less autonomous affiliated professional groups." This proposal outlines in detail the character of such a "central core" and the steps necessary to transform the NCJCS into such an organization. These steps include approval of a budget and the appointment of a full-time executive director, who will oversee an expansion of programs, the organization of administrative tasks, and the overall restructuring of the NCJCS. Successful completion of this plan would allow all Jewish communal workers to have means of functioning as a unified whole in relation to shared concerns and programs.
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Bibliographic Information: Proposal for a Federation of Professional Jewish Communal Service Associations. Journal of Jewish Communal Service. Jewish Communal Service Association of North America (JCSA),National Conference of Jewish Communal Service. Spring 1970: