How to Join

SRE Network Membership Agreement

SRE Network membership is for Jewish nonprofit organizations and communal entities based in North America. By becoming a member, your organization commits to:

1) Being on a journey toward implementing the SRE Network Standards, 2) Assessing your progress on that journey through the SRE Network Standards Assessment, 3) Joining a learning community committed to creating safe, respectful, equitable workplaces for all, 4) Furthering gender equity and addressing gender-based discrimination and harassment in Jewish workplaces.

Click here to learn more about the SRE Network Membership Review Practice.

Organizational Membership Eligibility Requirements

  • U.S.-based 501c3 non-profit organization (or a fiscally sponsored project of an U.S.-based 501c3 whose mission is aligned with SRE Network); Canada- or Mexico-based non-profit organization
  • Organization whose mission includes serving the Jewish community
  • Organization's Executive Director/CEO has reviewed the SRE Network Standards and has consulted with key members of the senior leadership team (lay leaders and/or professional staff as appropriate) to ensure organizational commitment and readiness to implement the standards and become SRE Network members.

New Member Steps:

  1. Review our SRE Network Standards for Creating Safe, Respectful, and Equitable Workplaces and Communal Spaces.

  2. Review our Standards Self-Assessment questions. Organizations with 6+ staff members click here. Organizations with 1-5 staff members click here.

  3. Prospective member’s Executive Director/CEO consults with key members of the senior leadership team (lay leaders and/or professional staff as appropriate) to ensure organizational commitment and readiness to implement the standards and become SRE Network members.

  4. Meet with us via phone or Zoom for an introductory call.

  5. If interested in joining, complete our SRE Network Standards Self Assessment. This self assessment serves as the membership application.

  6. Receive confirmation email that membership sign-up is complete. 

Membership Renewal Steps:

  1. Review the SRE Network Standards for Creating Safe, Respectful, and Equitable Workplaces and Communal Spaces together with the July 2021 Refresh Guide for an overview of key updates made to the standards.

  2. Member’s Executive Director/CEO consults with key members of the senior leadership team (lay leaders and/or professional staff as appropriate) to ensure continued organizational commitment and readiness to implement the standards and become SRE Network members.

  3. Review the Standards Self-Assessment questions. Organizations with 6+ staff members click here. Organizations with 1-5 staff members click here.

  4. If renewing, complete the SRE Network Standards Self Assessment.

  5. Receive confirmation email that membership renewal is complete. 

Standards Self-Assessment

Organizations with 6+ Staff Members

Organizations with 1-5 Staff Members

SRE Network guarantees the confidentiality of all organizations in responding to this assessment. We are committed to ensuring no individual organization’s data provided in this assessment is ever made public, sold, licensed, or shared with any other person or entity, including without limitation, individual or organizational members of the SRE Network or with the New Venture Fund.

Any data that is shared (or used) by us will be in the aggregate without identifying information. Any identifying information, such as quotes or survey experience stories, must be approved by your organization in writing before publication.

What Does it Cost?

Membership is currently provided at no financial cost to members. Our hope for all members is that they invest in SRE Network membership and their organization’s commitment to this work with their time and attention, through engaging in our annual SRE Network Convening, annual self-assessment, and other learning opportunities.

For any questions about becoming a SRE Network member or engaging in furthering safe, respectful, and equitable workplaces and gender justice, please contact us as info@srenetwork.org.

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