Jobs, Internships, and Volunteer Opps

Hillel maintains a job file of local job openings for Hebrew School Teachers, Youth Group Advisers and other similar jobs. Below you will find a list of current openings.


P/T Youth Group Advisor Position Available

Temple Isaiah, a Reform congregation in Stony Brook, NY, seeks an engaging, friendly, take charge Youth Advisor, responsible for leading youth group programming for our TISBY Youth Groups (grades 4-12 which meet on Sundays) which include religious, social action and social events.

Responsibilities include:

  • Oversee and work with the Senior Youth Group Board to facilitate and plan programming and events for the 8th-12th grades
  • Develop programming and events for the 4rd-7th graders
  • Plan annual youth led service and supervise rehearsals
  • Attend all Youth Group events, including special events in which they are invited to participate
  • Handle administrative duties, including managing the calendar, publicity, and budget; collecting membership forms and fees; write a bi-monthly article for Temple bulletin
  • Interact with parents, Temple staff/clergy, and lay leadership

For more details send inquiries/resumes to [email protected]

posted 7/24/17


 

Substitute Teachers for East Northport Jewish Center:

East Northport Jewish Center, a Conservative congregation, is looking for substitute teachers for grades K-7.  Be added to our subsitute teacher list and get the opportunity to share your passion for Judaism with children.    School meets Mon-Thurs from 4:15-6:30pm, and subs may be needed on any of those days when our regular teachers can not attend class.

If interested, please contact Principal Eliza Zipper at [email protected] with your availability.

posted 2/13/17


 

 

Summer and post-college opportunities:

American Hebrew Academy Fellowship Program:The AHA Fellowship Program seeks enthusiastic and highly motivated recent college graduates from all Jewish backgrounds who want to increase their knowledge and build tangible career related skills residing alongside and serving talented high school Jewish teens in a boarding school setting. Fellows, in coordination with the Director of Residential Life, will be able to create personalized work experiences incorporating both formal and informal educational components. Fellows will have daily residential life responsibilities and weekly professional development/networking opportunities. In addition, Fellows will be able to chart their professional path by taking advantage of opportunities in areas such as the classroom (Jewish and secular), marketing, admissions, communication, school counseling, arts, sports, and the like. AHA Fellows receive an apartment, food, a stipend, and health benefits. Fellowship placements are one academic year assignments beginning each August. Inquiries are welcome throughout the year. Please email Elaine Tinnin ([email protected]) a letter of interest and current resume.

American Jewish World Service Summer Program: AJWS Volunteer Summer is a program of service, study and personal growth for Jewish young adults between the ages of 16 and 24. Participants pursue justice in solidarity with AJWS partner non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the developing world, promote social change in their home communities and explore the relationship between social justice, volunteer service and Judaism.

AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps:, Join a one-year program combining work for justice, Jewish learning and community building. The application is now available online!Work full-time on issues you care about-immigration, hunger, literacy, public health, domestic violence, and more.Learn from veteran organizers, activists, and educators about how to make change in the world and about the Jewish connection to social justice.Live with other young people ages 21-26 from all Jewish backgrounds and build a community committed to integrating social change and Jewish values. You'll receive a modest living stipend plus health insurance and an Americorps Education Award of over $5,000 for repayment of student loans or future education.Find out more on a conference call for prospective applicants. You can also go online to check out this video about AVODAH.Questions? Contact Mollie Spevack, recruitment coordinator, at [email protected] or 212-545-7759 x310. Where will you make a difference?

The Bronfman Fellowship: Hillel International is accepting applications for its 2015-2016 Bronfman Fellowship in Washington, D.C. The Bronfman Fellowship offers a recent college graduate an opportunity to serve as an integral team member in the Office of the President. During their year, the Bronfman Fellow will have opportunities to support both the President’s work and learn about other facets of the organization with the hope of developing professional skills and insights that will inform future Jewish leadership and a multitude of career paths. Please visit hilleljobs.com under the Schusterman International Center heading for complete application instructions and the full job description.  The application deadline is Friday, February 13.  If you have any questions, please contact Oren Shuchatowitz, Talent Associate, at [email protected] or our current Bronfman Fellow, Dan Rosenberg at [email protected].

The DeLeT Program at Brandeis University: The DeLeT program at Brandeis University in the Boston area offers a unique opportunity for new and experienced college grads to earn a Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) from Brandeis University and MA state licensure through our 14 month program that prepares elementary day school teachers for general and Jewish studies. DeLeT interns spend a full academic year working in a local day school classroom with a mentor teacher in addition to Brandeis course work. Each student receives a full tuition scholarship, $10,000 stipend, and medical benefits. Check out our website www.brandeis.edu/mandel/DeLeT and contact us at [email protected].

Israel Teaching Fellows: This elite fellowship places outstanding college graduates in Israel's undeserved communities to teach English as part of a 10 month service learning program. Click here to apply

JFEW Two Year Scholar Program in International Relations & Global Affairs: The JFEW-SUNY International Relations and Global Affairs Program, funded by the Jewish Foundation for Education of Women (JFEW), is a two-year program for students from Binghamton and Stony Brook with a preference for females. The integrated program includes two years of scholarship support (up to $5,000 each year), a monthly seminar series for two academic years, and paid internships in New York-based global organizations offered during the summer between the Junior and Senior years. The Two-Year Academic Program will start in September 2012 and will provide a total of twenty scholarships. The goal of the program is to prepare students for careers as practitioners in the field of international relations and global affairs and to create strong mentor and peer networks that will continue to support students’ goals through their careers. Contact [email protected]

Machon Kaplan: Pursue Jewish Values in Washington, DC-Summer Social Action Internship. Students live together and participate in social, cultural, and religious events. For more information visit www.rac.org or contact Rabbi Michael Namath at 202-387-2800 e-mail [email protected]

MASA: Study abroad program that enables young Jews from all over the world to spend a semester to a year in Israel on any of over 160 programs.http://www.masaisrael.org/masa/english/

MDA Internship program: Magen David Adom is the Israeli emergency corps ambulance service and has an extremely high quality of emergency care, students who particpate would obtain experience and a First Responder certificate when they finish.
http://http//www.mdaoverseas.com/about.php

The Torat Revat Fellowship: Offers College Graduates between the ages of 21-26 an opportunity to study in a Modern Orthodox Midrasha for Women in Jerusalem for the Academic Year (students must be North American and not have participated in an organized program in Israel since 2004, Cost includes classes on both religious topics as well as cultural topics such as archeology.  Daily lunch provided. Housing is not included but grants and special situations exist.  For more information go to www.torareva.org

JCC Maccabi Sports Camp: Counselors & Assistant Coaches at Overnight Jewish Sports Camp
Want to work OUTSIDE, play SPORTS, have FUN with kids, and be part of an awesome Jewish sports camp? Apply now to join the summer staff at JCC Maccabi Sports Camp, an overnight Jewish sports camp in Northern California.  We are seeking enthusiastic, compassionate, and hardworking individuals who love sports, working with kids, and want to be part of an awesome summer camp staff team. All staff receive competitive pay, room & board, comprehensive staff training, days off, and travel stipend (as needed).  Visit www.maccabisportscamp.org/work-at-camp for more information or to apply.  Contact Mara Berde, Assistant Director, at 415-997-8844 or [email protected] with any questions. Applications reviewed on a rolling basis.  There are many benefits to spending your summer at camp instead of interning at an office, click here for more info. http://www.maccabisportscamp.org/blog/why-work-at-summer-camp/

 

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