There are so many ways to get involved at Hillel through paid internships! Some of our internships include: Database, Social Media, Administrative, and others. Contact Natasha or Yael if you are interested.
Paid position available to be a campus ambassador for Gift of Life Bone Marrow Registry! Gift of Life is an organization that helps to save the lives of cancer patients, and we are looking to expand to the Baruch Campus. Ambassadors will also be sent to a free training program in Florida! Apply on the Gift of Life website today.
Want public health experience while impacting the lives of students on campus? Join JScreen in promoting Jewish genetic screening at your school. Learn more and apply!
Areyvut seeks Summer Interns who are eager to make a meaningful contribution, learn about the non-profit world and challenge themselves. The interns will create, develop and facilitate educational materials and programs. This position is ideal for those interested in pursuing a career in education, Jewish education, non-profit and/or publishing. To accommodate and maximize participation we are offering three sessions:
June 12-June 30
July 10-July 27
August 7-August 24
There is flexibility to begin earlier and/or stay later.
Interns will be based at the Areyvut office in Bergenfield, NJ (which is accessible by public transportation and only 15 miles from Manhattan). They will work under the supervision of Daniel Rothner, Areyvut Founder & Director, on Monday-Thursday from 9:30-3:30. This is a paid position. Apply here
Yaffed (Young Advocates for Fair Education), an education and advocacy organization dedicated to improving secular education in Hasidic schools, is offering a full-time, 10-week, paid summer internship in community organizing. The intern will assist in a multimedia campaign documenting the experiences of Hasidic families and Hasidic yeshiva graduates and their concerns with the poor quality of secular instruction in Hasidic schools. He or she will work directly with impacted families on open-letters to religious leaders, to Hasidic yeshivas, and to elected officials.
Spend a semester or a summer learning about DOROT and serving the frail elderly in the community. As a DOROT intern, you will be exposed to the complex issues of aging, and gain experience in all aspects of DOROT’s operations. Among many activities you may: visit with seniors in their homes, escort seniors to the doctor, assist seniors in computer use, escort seniors to cultural events, and assist in the DOROT office.
JCH Day Camp is looking for a number of highly energetic, kind, responsible individuals to make a difference in children's lives.
Positions Include: Summer Day Camp Counselor, Activity Specialists, Jewish Educators and Preschool Teachers & Assistant Teachers
Camp Dates: June 29th-August 18th, 2017 and training from June 15-18th
To apply: http://www.jchb.org/jobs/
For the summer of 2017 the Simon Wiesenthal Center is proud to announce the second year of its one of a kind, local Government Advocacy Internship Program. This program is centered on encouraging and educating the next generation of Jewish youth to the mechanics of state and municipal government, politics and advocacy. It serves college and graduate school-aged students in its first year from the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut regions. Apply here.
Paid 7 week summer internship program for a small select group of Jewish undergraduate students who are currently sophomores or juniors to become familiar with the Jewish non-profit world. The purpose is to provide students with a professional work experience as well as be a part of a mentoring experience with Jewish high school students. Ash interns will also be introduced to skills for their professional life after college. Learn more and apply!
If you want to do meaningful work and get experience in an area you care about, then take a look at the opportunities we have available. You can work within the areas of sustainability, marketing, Jewish outdoor, food/farming and environmental education. Your work will make a difference and help us lead in creating healthier and more sustainable communities. For more information: https://goo.gl/JaoMG4
These are no mere "summer jobs." Working at Camp Twelve Trails is a tremendous opportunity, regardless the position. From Counselor positions, to Transportation Coordinator, each and every role is an opportunity to fundamentally inspire the lives of literally hundreds of children over the summer. Plus, with our innovative model that blends the best of traditional and specialty Jewish camping, the capacity to impact youth in incredible, educational ways is limitless.
For more information, please visit our website here.
Young Judaea Sprout Brooklyn Day Camp in Red Hook is a place where children from a wide spectrum of Jewish backgrounds join together to create a joyful Jewish community based on values, friendship, tikkun olam (repairing the world), and a sense of peoplehood. Sprout Brooklyn provides campers with a deeper connection to Israel, to the Jewish community and to themselves. We are looking for creative, energetic, nurturing people to fill a variety of Counselor and Specialist positions at camp this summer. This is an extraordinary opportunity to work collaboratively with a passionate team to build a new Jewish Day Camp. You will help create a joyful Jewish community and truly make a difference in the life of hundreds of children. Specialists needed include: lifeguards, nature/gardening, fine arts, dance, dram sports, martial arts and STEM. Camp runs from the July 5th – August 19th.
For more information about the summer or other job opportunities during the year please email Lior.firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you love having fun? Are you into farming and the local, organic food movement? Are you into singing, creating, innovating, hanging with kids, crafting, goat milking, playing and having the best summer of your life? Eden Village Camp is hiring summer staff to work at camp! Eden Village is a Jewish, farm to table, overnight camp in the Hudson Valley and we would love to hear from you! Check out our website for more information and to apply online. (Special opportunities are available for RSJ staff)
The madrich at Tel Yehudah is first and foremost a positive role model for campers. The madrich must be able to identify and meet the needs of campers. The madrich lives in bunk with 12-16 campers and a co-madrich. The madrich is responsible for supervision of and evaluation of campers. The madrich is responsible for creating and implementing programming for campers. Camp runs from 7/21-8/21 with training in June. Requirements for applicants include one year of college or equivalent, experience working with children and/or teens, and ability to accept guidance and supervision. If interested, contact email@example.com.
Project Dacha is camp in the community. Kids live with there grandparents/parent and we bring camp to them.https://www.cojeco.org/
Spend the summer doing Accounting work for a leading NYC Performing Arts Organization. Paid, part-time Accounting internship available July through Sept, Tues-Fri 11am - 3pm. Bank Reconciliations, Account Analysis, Prepare for annual audit and new season. Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
The Smart College Student's Guide to Israel Internships 2017. Find the guide here.
As a media marketing intern with the Steiner-Hernandez team at Douglas Elliman you will be assisting in developing and maintaining the brand for a high-volume 6-person real estate team. You will be tasked with keeping a consistent presence through various media platforms, content creation, and helping the Steiner-Hernandez team stay in contact with past clients while forming new relationships. The successful candidate for this position will have an interest in real estate, a friendly and outgoing personality, and familiarity with photo and media editing software.
Job Location: New York City, NY
Compensation: Potential College Credit, Unlimited Metrocard, Meal Stipend.
Our Internship Program is designed in mind with educating a highly motivated college student on day to day operation of a non-profit organization. It provides rich, challenging learning opportunities for college students to work directly with the Director of Development building new skill set, gather experience and contribute their talents and ideas to a variety of activities which will include event planning, outreach, social media outreach, etc.
This internship is unpaid, but is available for school credit. A metrocard and lunch will be provided. Ideal candidate would be available 10-20 hours a week to do a combination of working directly with Yanna in NYC, and work from home on certain assignments/tasks.
To apply: please send a cover letter resume, and a paragraph about why you think this is a good internship for you to: Yanna Begelman, Director of Development at TikvaYB@gmail.com. Please use subject line: “Internship Application”
We’re looking for someone smart, organized, analytical, and curious who can help us manage a lot of moving parts. This job will be right for you if you like working with data, can learn new tools quickly, pay attention to detail, and want to work with a young and passionate team.
This is a paid part-time job starting as soon as possible. The Recruitment Data Specialist must be interested in working the entire semester, 15-20 hours per week. Ideal for student. Applicants must be located in New York.
To learn more about Masa Israel Journey, please visit our website at www.masaisrael.org or find us on Facebook at Facebook.com/masaisrael. Please send cover letter and resumes to: Rachel Moses at email@example.com
Thursday Corner is Brotherhood Synagogue’s fun class for 3-5 year olds which focuses on Jewish and Israeli traditions and culture. Holidays and their related songs and traditions are highlighted along with Shabbat observances, customs, and songs. This class is taught in English but Hebrew songs & letters are a strong component.
The classroom assistant will be part of the team which guides the children through the hour long class of music, movement, storytelling, and arts & crafts. Help with classroom materials setup/prep and breakdown will also be required.
Hours (including 2 separate class sessions, setup & breakdown): 2:30 – 5:30 pm Thursday afternoons beginningSeptember 14. Starting salary: $25/hour.
JCP is looking to hire talented and engaging teachers for its HSP for the 2017-2018 school year.
The Jewish Community Project (JCP) is located in the heart of Tribeca, and brings people together to celebrate Jewish life. We have established a diverse, creative, inclusive, and open Jewish community and communal space in Lower Manhattan that meets the needs of the growing downtown population.
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Sima Green, Director of HSP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more about JCP and the HSP, visit jcpdowntown.org.
The Athlete Recruiter is responsible for generating new athlete enrollment to meet and exceed the monthly goals of the center. In addition, the Athlete Recruiter will proactively generate athlete interest (leads) by establishing and implementing in-center marketing and promotional programs. Job description and more information here.
Brooklyn-based fashion/lifestyle mommy-blogger looking for part time, remote assistant to manage social media and blog. Assistant would be responsible for growing Instagram following by seeking product reviews/promotions, and collaborations with other bloggers and public figures. Occasional ghostwriting for brief blogposts as well. Pay is 15/hr with an average of 10 hrs per week. Applicants must have an excellent command of the English language, and be a skilled writer. Social media savvy and an interest in fashion is also a must. Knowledge of Hebrew and Israeli culture is preferred.
Send resumes and questions to email@example.comEscape Game Operators and Host
Looking to do good in the world?
The Fall 2017 Yahel Social Change Program gives young graduates age 21-27 the opportunity to engage with social change and community work firsthand, by volunteering and interning alongside grassroots activists and educators in Israel's most diverse communities. Walk away with the tools and skills to actively engage in civic society, both at home and abroad.
Want to engage your peers in addressing social justice issues through service while building a strong professional network and living in a dynamic city? Then apply now for the Repair the World Fellowship or recommend someone you know. The Repair the World Fellowship is a unique 11 month opportunity for talented individuals ages 21 to 26 to recruit and engage the Jewish community to address social justice issues through meaningful service. Fellows will recruit, train, and serve alongside volunteers to bring about real community change around education justice and food justice.
Repair the World will provide training, a living stipend, communal housing, and other perks. Fellowship placement cities include Detroit, New York City, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.Our Next Deadlines are March 31st and May 31st.If you have questions or want to know more, reach out to Repair's Program Manager- Sam Kuttner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earth, Community, Social Action, Jewish Spirituality
The Urban Adamah Fellowship, based in Berekely, CA, is a three-month residential training program for young adults (ages 21-31) that combines urban organic farming, social justice training and progressive Jewish learning and living in intentional community. Through the operation of Urban Adamah's two-acre organic farm and internships with local community organizations, fellows gain significant skills, training and experience in sustainable urban agriculture, Jewish spirituality, intentional community, and leadership development.
Upcoming Fellowship: September 4 - November 21, 2017
We accept 12-14 fellows per season. Admission is on a rolling basis.
UpStart has an amazing opportunity for a junior professional to have a huge impact on the organization’s development at a pivotal, and fascinating, time. As we are building our development department, the Development Associate will contribute to our relationship management, grant writing and donor communications, infrastructure building, and supporting our innovator community to build their development skills. It’s a great opportunity to learn about all aspects of development work, experience rapid growth, and see immediate impact of their work. Send a resume with a cover letter that communicates why you would be a “fit” for the position to Careers@upstartlab.orgwith the subject: UpStart Development Associate.
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The office administrator is responsible to manage day-to-day office operations and event logistics. This person is responsible to oversee and manage all inventory and purchasing. This person is responsible to manage all payables and receivables. This person is responsible to manage and update the database regularly. This person is responsible to manage and update the websites regularly. This person is responsible to act as a personal assistant to the executive director. This person is responsible to oversee and manage all the print, mailing and shipping orders. This person is responsible to oversee and manage the logistics for all the events. This person is responsible to manage all the reservations and schedule all the tours. This person is also responsible to keep the office and building clean and organized.
Candidate should have a couple of years of experience in office administration and a background in the nonprofit sector. Candidate should be fluent in English and Hebrew is a big plus.
Please send resumes to email@example.com
Greenspot, a start-up that offers sustainable urban mobility solutions is looking for a Business Development Representative!
We are looking to grow significantly in the upcoming year, and are seeking an entrepreneurial, motivated and outside-the-box thinker who can grow with us.
Please send resumes to Michael@JoinGreenspot.com
The administrative assistant for the development department will have significant interaction with lay leadership and must provide full administrative support to the development team.
Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Teva works to fundamentally transform Jewish education through experiential learning that fosters sustainability through the lenses of ecology, food, and place-based learning. We are seeking creative, playful, and hard-working people to join our team of fall educators at the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center. As a Teva educator, you will have the opportunity to explore the deep connections between ecology and Judaism, strengthen your teaching skills, live in a vibrant and pluralistic Jewish community, and form long-lasting relationships with fellow educators. Apply today!