The Mandel Institute for Nonprofit Leadership provides training in "leadership and nonprofit management, social analysis and visions of Jewish life" for cohorts of aspiring non-profit leaders. Programming in the Mandel Institute provides includes seminars which occur over the course of 16 months in both Boston and Israel, joint learning opportunities with "Israel-based Mandel leadership programs," and mentorship from local NGO leaders including the current ED of the JCRC of Greater Boston, Jeremy Burton.
- Association/Collaboration – MIT Sloan School of Management
Current MIT Sloan professor and founder of MIT Sloan's "MIT Leadership Center" Deborah Ancona serves as faculty at the Mandel Institute for Nonprofit Leadership.
- Association/Collaboration – JCRC of Greater Boston
The current Executive Director of the JCRC of Greater Boston, Jeremy Burton, serves as a mentor for participants in the The Mandel Institute for Nonprofit Leadership's Executive Leadership Program.
- Association/Collaboration – Harvard Kennedy School of Government
Eva Heinstein who is a Senior Research Fellow at the Mandel Institute (March 2020-present), worked as Manager of Strategic Engagement at the Harvard Kennedy School's Center for Public Leadership (June 2016-March 2020), where Heinstein "managed partnerships with the Center’s board, alumni, and community organizations." Heinstein's Linkedin profile also indicates that she is or was a member of the Harvard Kennedy School Women's Network as well as a Fellow at the HKS Center for Public Leadership. Heinstein also received her MPA from Harvard Kennedy.