Internships & Jobs
The Internship Experience for Future Community Leaders
Applications are now open for The Internship Experience for Future Community Leaders, a nine-week paid summer opportunity for college students who attend school in St. Louis or are from the St. Louis area. The program, run through the @Jewish Federation of St. Louis, provides meaningful employment at a local business or non-profit organization, a community mentor and opportunities to engage with the local Jewish community. Learn more and apply at JFedSTL.org/The-Internship-Experience.
The New York Jewish Week
The View from Campus monthly column features the work of college students from around the country and will showcase a range of journalistic styles – reportage, personal essays, op-eds, Q&As. Student journalists will tackle such issues as intersectionality, free speech, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) movement, campus life and questions of Jewish identity. "The View from Campus" gives a voice to Generation Z, as its members animate the debates on the quad at a time when the college campus is emerging as a focal point of Jewish life.
This is a great opportunity for students to become published writers or add to their portfolios, and have their work read by over 130,000 people weekly, including an international community through our partnership with The Times of Israel online.
If interested, email Lily Weinberg at firstname.lastname@example.org
Brandeis Collegiate Institute
Our friends at the @BrandeisCollegiateInstitute (BCI) are now accepting applications for Summer 2018. If you are interested in creative arts, Judaism, and having the experience of a lifetime, we couldn’t recommend this program highly enough. Apply for #BCI2018 at bci.aju.edu/apply
Masa Israel Teaching Fellows
Masa Israel Teaching Fellows is a 10-month fellowship for college graduates, between the ages of 21 and 35, who want to make a difference. Contribute to the future success of Israeli children by giving them the essential basis of native spoken English. Get paid to teach English, while immersing yourself in Israeli society and become an integral member of the city in which you live, teach and volunteer!
Within MITF there are two tracks; one track for professional teachers who are state certified to teach in a public school. The second track is the fellow’s track, which is for college graduates who have experience working with children.
✓ Great financial incentives for those who qualify, including flight reimbursement
✓ Monthly stipend: Certified teachers receive $1,600, fellows receive $730
✓ Live it like a local.
✓ Learn Hebrew and grow as a professional
✓ See Israel & be part of the culture for a year
✓ The kids learn English and have you as a mentor. Everyone wins!
Click here to apply!
Are you passionate about connecting Millennials with each other around a Shabbat dinner table? Ready to play a key role in a non-profit start-up organization? Thrive in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment? One Table is looking for Hub Managers in NYC and Colorado! Application found here, and for more information email email@example.com
Achvat Amim is a five month volunteer experience based in Jerusalem that directly engages with the reality of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, based on the core value of self-determination for all peoples. This program is a framework for meaningful volunteer work with educational, community, and human rights organizations, doing grassroots work with Israelis and Palestinians in and around Jerusalem. Participants volunteer in individualized placements, while traveling extensively, and learning with leaders in the field. Together, we build a dynamic learning community in which we explore and shape Jewish culture and identity as individuals and as part of a greater whole. To apply click here.
If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org