JPro members and Jewish Federation employees*

• Early Bird Registration: $525 (must register by February 15, 2022)

• Regular registration: $595 (after February 15, 2022)


General Registration: $1,000

• Not sure if you’re a JPro member? Click here to check if your organization is an affiliate! Not a member? Consider joining before registering for JPro22 and take advantage of member pricing and other benefits. 


Special pricing is available for members of Community Delegations and Jewish professionals in JPro22’s host city, Cleveland. If you are a part of a community delegation or from the host city, more information will be provided to you.


*JFNA is providing an additional subsidy of $50 to all employees of Jewish Federations. Discounts will automatically be reflected during registration.


To help make JPro22 financially accessible to individuals whose organizations cannot cover the full cost of their participation, subsidies are available to help offset registration fees. Subsidies will be awarded in order of receipt for all eligible requests while funds are available.

JPro22 seeks to convene a socially and culturally diverse group of participants to best enable shared learning and connection for all of us. To support this goal, 50% of subsidy funds are reserved for professionals who self-identify as part of a group or social identity that is underrepresented in the Jewish nonprofit sector’s workforce; this includes people whose organizations do not have the financial capacity to pay in full for this conference.

Subsidies are available to assist with registration fees, rather than travel or hotel. To maximize the availability of subsidies, JPro22 will provide subsidies targeted to your specific shortfall. Subsidy recipients will pay between $0 and $500 for conference registration (rounded to the nearest $100) based on need. To determine your subsidy need, you will be asked to share some basic financial information about the full cost of your conference participation and the budget available to cover your costs. (If you work for an organization with an annual budget of less than $250k and your organization requires financial assistance to cover travel and hotel, please email to request additional support.)


• Subsidies are available to individuals employed by Jewish nonprofit organizations based in the United States or Canada. (Individuals who are self-employed are not eligible for JPro22 subsidies.)

• The staff member who makes professional development/conference budget allocation decisions (generally the head of HR or the employee’s supervisor) must approve the request, confirming that the organization has made its greatest possible budget allocation to the individual’s conference expenses.

 Allocation Process

• Subsidies will be awarded in order of receipt for as long as funds are available.

• A member of the JPro22 team may contact the individual requesting the subsidy or the supervisor or HR professional indicated on the form if there is a need to clarify any of the information provided.

• Subsidy decisions will be shared within three weeks of the form submission.

Click here to request a subsidy. If you have any questions, please email