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Paid Development Internship
Learn valuable skills while working with a great team and get paid for this resumé-boosting position! WashU Hillel’s Development Intern will work directly with our Executive Director Jackie and other development staff to support our Passover campaign, Hillel Global Giving Week, and related fundraising and stewardship projects. Position involves data entry, mailing support, donor thank yous, and other tasks. Must work 4-5 hours per week; $12/hr. Position is work-study eligible, but eligibility is not required. Send an email expressing interest with current resume and/or questions to

Paid Event Planning Internship
Are you considering a career in event planning? Do you have an interest in producing large-scale concerts, promotions, or events? The JCC and WashU Hillel are seeking an Intern to assist in the planning of Sababa: Jewish Arts and Culture Festival. Sababa will take place on WashU’s campus on September 18, 2022, and will be open and marketed to the entire St. Louis region with anticipated attendance of 3,000-5,000. The Intern will work directly with the Event Producer and serve as the link between WashU students, faculty and staff and the Event Producer.

Internship will be 2-3 hours per week commencing mid-February thru late April. Availability for limited support/check-ins from mid-May thru July 31 preferred, but not required. Internship resumes August 1st – Sept 18th, plus post-event evaluation meetings, as necessary. $12/hr. 

Visit for more info about the event. Interested candidates should apply here. Questions? Email Judy Kramer at

Jewish Educational Loan Fund
JELF offers 0% interest, last dollar loans for Jewish students pursuing a full-time education. JELF serves students from FL, GA, NC, SC and VA (excluding metro D.C.), but students can attend any U.S. accredited university.  Apply now through April 30 at

JewishGen Future Scholars Fellowship Program
This program seeks to inspire and begin the training of the future generation of leaders in Jewish genealogical involvement. Traveling to Poland, we will seek to explore basic tools of genealogical searching in Poland, once home to more than half of world Jewry, and share and protect the history that gave shape to that genealogy of the past and future.  
During the 10 day program, participants will help clean-up a cemetery, learn about symbols and epitaphs on tombstones, the general state of Jewish cemeteries in Poland after the Holocaust, efforts to preserve them from both a communal, political, and Halachic perspective, and what lessons can be gleaned to inform our own life choices today.

The program is fully subsidized (except for a $350 registration fee to be paid upon acceptance), and is open to graduate students, and undergrads who are in their 3rd and 4th year.  More info and application at

Avodah Jewish Service Corps
What we offer: Real-world expertise through critical, hands-on work experience at leading placement organizations;
A systemic analysis on poverty and Jewish social justice insights through our innovative, experiential curriculum;
A communal home that's pluralistic, values-driven, and sustaining;
Access to activism, professional development, and Jewish opportunities for life;
Free housing, health insurance, a transportation allowance, and a monthly living stipend.

For questions, email Emily at  To apply, click here.  Deadline to apply is February 28.