Internship & Career

Looking for an internship or other opportunity? Hillel is here to help! If interested in any of the opportunities below, contact or (unless otherwise specified).

On Campus:

Hillel Internships

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.

JNF Campus Fellowship

JNF trains and supports pro-Israel college students from across America to promote Israel as a country working to make the world a better place through Positively Israel programming. Fellows play a crucial role in recruiting students to participate in JNF Campus programs. Once selected, Fellows are required to attend the Leadership Seminar in the summer, College Summit in the fall and Alternative Break in the winter.

Apply here:

Gift of Life Campus Ambassador

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.

J-Screen Intern

JScreen is: A national, public health program based out of Emory University dedicated to providing Jewish genetic disease screening. JScreen tests on saliva for over 200 genetic diseases, including those that are common in Ashkenazi, Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews. 1 in every 3 Jews is a carrier for at least one of the diseases that is more common in that population. Carriers are healthy and typically do not show symptoms. Many Jewish genetic diseases are preventable if detected early through genetic screening.

The expectation for this paid internship is to create awareness about JScreen and the importance of Jewish genetic screening through online and on-the-ground efforts. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Tabling at Jewish and community events in NY
  • Engaging with Jewish organizations
  • Actively promoting on social media and other creative online outlets, i.e., YouTube video, blog posts
  • Recruiting local volunteers Being a brand ambassador
  • Assisting with marketing endeavors

Ideal Candidate:
Someone who is involved and well-connected in Jewish life; is social media savvy; has event planning experience; has strong critical thinking skills; is highly creativity; is passionate about helping the Jewish community and playing a role in the prevention of devastating diseases; has time available to devote to the project; has strong writing and public speaking skills. Pre-health students ideal (nursing, medical, public health) but not a requirement.

Knowledge is power. Help your peers learn their DNA makeup to positively impact the health of their future families.

Apply here:
Questions? Email

JNF Campus Fellow

JNF Campus Fellows promote Israel as a country working to make the world a better place through Positively Israel programming. Fellows are required to attend an all-expense paid Leadership Seminar in New York City in August where they learn the important skills of fundraising, recruitment and mentorship, as well as have exclusive opportunities to network with lay leaders and executive management.


  • Applicants must have visited Israel.
  • Applicants must be a full time undergraduate student for the full 2018-2019 academic year. Please do not apply if you plan on studying abroad in the 2018-2019 academic year or plan on graduating in December, 2018.
  • Applicants are required to attend the full three-day Campus Fellowship leadership Seminar in the Summer, the full three-day College Summit in November and the full seven-day Alternative Winter Break in December.
  • Applicants must hold a leadership role in a Jewish, pro-Israel or Greek Life organization.
  • Applicants are not allowed to serve as a fellow or intern with another pro-Israel organization on campus during the year.
  • Finalists will be required to participate in a video interview.
  • Priority will be given to alumni of Alexander Muss High School in Israel as well as alumni of Alternative Break and College Summit.
  • The deadline for JNF Campus Fellowship applications is May 1, 2018.

Fellows will receive a $1000 stipend and a required all-expense paid training at JNF headquarters in NYC over the summer. For more information and to apply by June 10th, visit is looking for social, committed and responsible Marketing Outreach Interns. 
Accounting/ Computer science/ Business/ Finance/ Math/ Science Majors/ Communications - A plus.
Responsibilities - Represent Proprep on your campus and help us make our product better through marketing research, networking, social media and peer to peer engagement.
The internship includes a stipend and professional training. 
Contact for more details. To apply now: Application form

Part Time Internships:

Holocaust Educator Internship, The Museum of Jewish Heritage

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, located in New York City, is now accepting applications for the fall 2018 Holocaust Educator Internship
  • This is a paid internship and local travel expenses are reimbursed. Interns may choose to work for school credit rather than pay.
  • The internship takes place during the school year, with training during the second half of August.
  • Students will work in both the Museum and metropolitan-area public schools.
For details and a link to the application form, please click here
The application deadline is April 2, 2018.

Jewish Funders Network (posted 2/15/18)

This internship will take place during the spring semester for 10 hours/week with a $1,000 stipend.

Looking for a student who’s a self-starter, who has an interest in working in the Jewish and/or philanthropic world, and is looking for a hands-on, well-rounded experience.

Positions: Database, Program Data & Development, Matching Grants & Special Projects, Communications

Gold Seal Packaging and Design (posted 2/13/18)

Gold Seal Packaging and Design is looking for an intern to assist at photo shoots. Great opportunity for anyone  interested in graphic design, photography and photo/beauty styling. Interested parties please respond to

Foundation for Jewish Camp 

We are looking for a couple awesome Event Staff Interns! You'll work alongside FJC staff members to engage in a variety of activities, including conference set-up, workshop and presenter support, and more. Applicants must be 21+. Please send resumes to asap!

Israeli Mission in New York (posted 12/28/17)

Open positions:

  • The Department of Media Relations is looking for a news junkie, with experience in journalism or PR. Responsibilities include media monitoring, meeting with journalists, research for political briefings, and composing press releases.
  • The Department of Public Diplomacy is looking for someone with experience in production and editing digital video, with graphic design experience preferred. Responsibilities include creating graphic and video content for social media. Reliability, creativity and professionalism are musts.
  • The Political Department is looking for an intern with a passion for politics and community relations. Responsibilities include research, briefings, correspondence, and political outreach. Candidates should have excellent written skills, flexibility, a strong work ethic, and an understanding of Israel’s political relations.
  • The Department of Culture is looking for a student with a passion for the arts, knowledge of New York’s culture scene, and experience with traditional and social media. Responsibilities include publicity, attending events and administrative duties.


  • Current students
  • Available for minimum 20 hours p/w for 3+ months
  • Selected candidates must undergo background check and provide Certificate of Conduct

Please send all resumes to by Friday, December 22nd. If interested in multiple openings, please indicate preference upon application.

NY Media Room (posted 12/14/17)

The NY Media Room is looking for PAID STUDENT INTERNS ($500/semester) to meet once a week and act for Israel online. Work in teams to create dynamic content to be shared on social media; manage our social network monitoring app Act.IL; and teach our local community to be better advocates for Israel. Click here to learn more and apply now!

For further information please reach out to Ms. Ellie Sanders, NY Media Room manager at


NOIconferences is a recent startup in the events and media space for the real estate industry and seeking interns to help in the startup phase of the business.  It is a paid internship based in Downtown Brooklyn (right near Brooklyn LIU campus). The position involves research, event coordination, design and marketing work (email, online, social) and the possibility of including sales. Contact Ezra Doueck to apply.

Exclusive Time International

Business E-Commerce Internship available at Exclusive Time International in Long Island City, Queens. Company is closed on all Jewish Holidays and has a kosher kitchen option. 30 minute commute from Baruch College.

Send questions and resume to: 


AWE Fellowship 

Join the exclusive pilot cohort in a fellowship that brings together UJA Federation and Camp Twelve Trails and Hillels of Westchester. Five fellows will be selected for this pilot year.  The cohort will: participate in guided Jewish learning as well as training from the camp; be guaranteed employment at C12T; earn counselor's salary PLUS  $1,000 stipend, and; have housing costs covered at Columbia University.  

To learn more about this program contact Rabbi Ben - 

Summer Kollel (posted 1/29/18)

Join Kollel for an intensive fellowship founded on the core themes of learning, tefilla (prayer), and service! With a robust schedule that encourages a vibrant and tight-knit community of learners, the Kollel is a truly immersive summer experience. Find more information on the Facebook event at, and at
Full Program: May 29-July 27, 2018
First Session: May 29-June 29
Second Session: July 2-July 27
Evaluated on a rolling basis through March 29, 2018. Applications received after March 29th will be considered as space allows.

The Urban Adamah Fellowship (posted 1/23/18) 

The Urban Adamah Fellowship, based in Berkeley, 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 Fellowships

  • Summer: June 11 - August 22, 2018
  • Fall: August 28 - November 20, 2018

Thanks to a special one time grant, we are able to offer the 2018 Summer Fellowship for a flat fee of $600. We accept up to 14 fellows per season. Admission is on a rolling basis.

Check out this short video to learn more. Visit the Urban Adamah website today to request an application.

IsraAid Humanitarian Fellowship (posted 12/19/17)

IsraAID is proud to announce the launch of its 2018 IsraAID Humanitarian Fellowship Application! Here is the link to the application:

The fellowship will provide undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to join IsraAID in one of its ongoing international field projects to learn more about humanitarian aid and have a hands-on experience working with populations recovering from humanitarian crises. 

The fellowship begins with a 2-month summer immersive fieldwork opportunity in project ranging from psychosocial support for Syrian refugees in Greece to IsraAID's W.A.S.H Training Programs (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) in Uganda. 

Following the summer internship, participants will continue to serve as fellows on their respective campuses and communities where they will host 2 educational, awareness, and fundraising events per semester. The events will raise awareness about the specific crisis the fellow worked on as well as IsraAID’s programs more globally.

To learn more about IsraAID's global work, please visit or go to IsraAID's Humanitarian Fellowship Facebook page. For specific questions on the fellowship, contact

AJC Goldman Fellowship (posted 12/15/17)

Applications are now open for the AJC 2018 Goldman Fellowship, the high-level paid summer internship program! Founded in 1906, AJC is the leading global Jewish advocacy organization.

From June 4-July 27, 2018, this highly competitive program will bring 10-15 undergraduate and graduate students to AJC and AJC-affiliated offices in the United States and internationally. Fellows will also have the opportunity to travel to Germany on an AJC ACCESS-Germany Close Up trip following the end of the paid Fellowship. Details about the fellowship can be found here.

Former Fellows have spent their summers:

  • In New York, researching human rights abuses around the world
  • In Washington, DC, coordinating logistics to bring thought leaders to Israel
  • In Brussels, Belgium, planning a major conference for European youth activists
  • In Melbourne, Australia, writing blog posts in support of Israel

The application deadline is February 9, 2018 and applicants will be notified in March of their status.


Hazon Internship (posted 2/15/18)

Hazon has benefited greatly from the presence of energetic and passionate interns. We are committed  to offering interesting, fulfilling, and fun internship experiences to give you practical work experience  and a firsthand view of a successful nonprofit organization. While you will provide useful assistance to Hazon, you will gain valuable on‐the‐job training that will assist you with your future career search.  
We are seeking summer interns in our New York office in the following areas: 
  • Food and Sustainability
  • Marketing and Communications
  • Multimedia
  • Special Events 
Full descriptions of each of our summer internships are listed here.
How to Apply: Please submit your resume with cover letter, names and contact information of two references to: with the name of the internship as the subject. We will be accepting applications on a rolling basis until the internships are filled. 
Summer interns will be compensated $1,800 upon completion of the summer.  

Amir Summer Positions

Amir works across America and Canada to bring agricultural education to summer camps. We host a five to ten day seminar at a camp teaching you how to start your garden from the first grain of soil to harvest. You are given the rare opportunity to walk away saying you started a summer garden or farm from start to finish and take the skills and camp memories into a future career around environmental education, production, and entrepreneurship.

We are hiring for two positions: Farmer and Farm Manager. The Farmer will either be running their own smaller operation, typically a garden, by themselves or with a co-Farmer. Our Farm Managers run our larger farm spaces and may manage a team of two to three Farmers.

Complete the application by our March 23rd deadline HERE.

Simon Wiesenthal Center Government Advocacy Internship Program

Program Description

  • Interns will have the opportunity to receive hands-on experience in the offices of local legislators, governmental agencies and issue-based advocates, to learn about mechanisms of political movement in a dynamic, intellectually rigorous environment.
  • Interns will participate in regular workshop sessions with elected officials, top lobbyists, issue-based advocates, and Jewish communal leaders, to understand the currents of effective Jewish communal advocacy through an intergovernmental approach.
  • Interns will be partnered with mentors who are successful in shaping front-line policy decisions and who are renowned in their fields to gain insight and guidance from an insider perspective. Selected participants will be eligible to earn academic credit by enrolling in a seminar and internship course on their college campus.

Program Requirements

  • The Simon Wiesenthal Center's Government Advocacy Internship Program will span a period of eight (8) weeks over each summer, of which participants are required to participate for a minimum of six (6).
  • Participants will be required to commit at least four days a week for their internship from the hours of 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., as well as one weekly dinner/evening session.
  • The program will include an orientation with the Eastern Director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, along with weekly advocacy training workshop dinner sessions, to be scheduled throughout the span of the internships.

At the successful completion of the program’s minimum requirements, participants will be provided a financial stipend of $1500.Program Eligibility

  • The program is open to any college or graduate level student who has completed 24 credits by the Spring 2018 term.
  • Students who wish to be considered should demonstrate an interest in public policy and a commitment to the future of Jewish communal advocacy.

Applications must be submitted to the Simon Wiesenthal Center-New York Office by April 10th, 2018.

DOROT Summer College Internship Program (posted 1/23/18)

DOROT’s Summer College Internship Program is offered through a variety of departments and is well matched for college students interested in careers in non-profit management, education, social media, social work, and gerontology. Interns have a direct impact on the organization and hold significant responsibilities that contribute to departmental goals. Though the responsibilities may vary, all DOROT interns gain an educational understanding of social isolation amongst the elderly as well as substantive work and project management experience.

Open Positions:

  • Community Services
  • Summer Teen Internship
  • Social Media and Video Marketing
  • Educational Services
  • Kosher Meals
  • Volunteer Services

Perks: Stipends are available for some positions. All interns receive a monthly metro card for the duration of the internship.

To Apply: For more information and to apply, please visit our website by clicking here. If you have any questions, please email

Diamond Summer Internship 2018 – DEADLINE approaching at the end of December! (posted 12/24/17)

The application for the Diamond Summer Internship (DSI) is now live! 

AIPAC's internship programs enable students to contribute to strengthening the U.S.-Israel relationship by participating in one of the most dynamic lobbying groups in American politics.  You can find more information on our website:

The current deadline to apply for the Diamond Summer Internship is December 31, 2017, but please encourage people to apply ASAP. 

Students can apply with this link:  Feel free to reach out to me with any questions! 

Top Israel Interns

Boost your career with a top quality internship program in Israel. Intern at one of the country's best companies and organizations with Top Israel Interns. Stay for a semester, or just for the summer. Get trendy apartment accommodation in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv, career advancement programming, tours of the country and more. Scholarships of up to $4500 available!

You can find the list here:

Summer Kollel

Join Kollel for an intensive fellowship founded on the core themes of learning, tefilla (prayer), and service! With a robust schedule that encourages a vibrant and tight-knit community of learners, the Kollel is a truly immersive summer experience. Find more information on the Facebook event, and the website.


  • Full Program: May 29-July 27, 2018
  • First Session: May 29-June 29
  • Second Session: July 2-July 27

Applications: Here! Evaluated on a rolling basis through March 30, 2017. Applications received after March 30th will be considered as space allows.

Franklin C. Ash Summer Internship Program

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!

Camp Twelve Trails

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.  

Camp Counselor and/or Specialist Positions: Young Judaea Sprout Brooklyn Day Camp

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

Eden Village Camp Counselor

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)

Year Long Programs:

Avodah Jewish Service Corps

Apply to AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps and spend the next year fighting poverty, building community and gaining leadership skills for a lifetime. Work full-time at a local nonprofit on crucial issues like immigration, housing rights, food justice, education, public health, and domestic violence. Learn from veteran organizers, activists, and educators about creating change while viewing your work through a Jewish lens. Live with your fellow corps members and build a community committed to justice and Jewish values. Join the AVODAH Alumni Network, a group of hundreds of leaders who will provide community and support throughout your career. Start your application at The application is now rolling. Reach out to Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator Russ Agdern at with any questions.

JDC Entwine

The Global Jewish Service Corps (JSC) is a year-long, paid opportunity for Jewish young professionals to volunteer overseas with JDC, the world's leading Jewish humanitarian organization. Responding to international Jewish and humanitarian needs, JSC fellows facilitate and create innovative programs using their unique skills and talents. Learn more here!



Student Life Associate, American Hebrew Academy

The American Hebrew Academy seeks enthusiastic and highly motivated recent college graduates from all Jewish backgrounds to serve as Student Life Associates to mentor talented Jewish high school teens in a boarding school setting through the development and application of career related skills. Student Life Associates are full time employees who serve an annual term based upon the academic school year. Accordingly, extended holidays and summer recess follow a traditional school calendar. The Student Life Associate position is offered to recent college graduates who are just beginning their professional careers.  The position offers a competitive salary, housing in a one-bedroom apartment on campus and full dining services. Student Life Associates focus on the care and supervision of American Hebrew Academy students, which is comprised of three components: Residential Life, Professional Experience Development, and Career Mentorship and Advancement.

More information here.


Receptionist, Small Boutique Wealth Management Business

Our firm is a small boutique wealth management business. We primarily focus on taxes, retirement planning, bookkeeping and insurance services for both individuals, corporation and specialize in freelancers. We are currently expanding into a brand new office space and additionally increasing our staff. This is a unique opportunity to have an important role in an exponentially growing business. Our entire team regardless of position is composed of professional, intelligent and motivated individuals who operate together seamlessly. Please include Receptionist in the email subject when applying.

The contact number is : 3474622778


BRB Partners

BBR Partners is looking for Associates (0-3 yrs out of college) as well as VP (3-6yrs) across a number of different functions. Learn more and apply! 


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