Looking for a way for you or a loved one to spend Summer 2018 immersed in Jewish social justice? Here are some amazing opportunities:
Each year, the Jewish social justice field brings meaningful moments to your Passover Seder. The Passover holiday is a chance to reflect and to ask big questions. As a community rooted in and dedicated to justice, we have a number of resources to offer you and your loved ones.
There are wonderful positions open in our field this month - check them out and spread the word!
The beginning of a new year means many opportunities to grow in the field of Jewish social justice! See this month's opportunities below and share widely: American Jewish World Service (AJWS) has a number of job opportunities open currently, including a (part-time) Rohingya Campaign Coordinator, a Director of Major Gifts, a Human Resources, and Planned Giving Officer, and more.
“Wow - I wish we had more time to talk about that!”
A new year - a new opportunity? Check out the many job opportunities in the field of Jewish social justice, and forward them to your networks!
Looking to grow in the field of Jewish social justice this winter? Check out some great opportunities below all over the US.
Legacy: Your Donors’ Ultimate Gift. Your Organization’s Future. Want to add legacy giving as a revenue stream? Have a legacy giving program that needs to be spruced up? Join other Jewish social justice organizations to learn key concepts and receive templates to incorporate legacy giving in your existing development programs. Your development professionals will have the tools and the confidence to identify planned giving prospects and cultivate these gifts through closing.
Footsteps is looking for a Director of Development and a Development Operations Associate to join their amazing team in NYC.
Several Jewish social justice organizations have released public statements about the Trump administration's decision to end DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a crucial lifeline for immigrants and for our country. This post will be updated as more statements get released. Ameinu Statement: Trump DACA Decision Against Innocents One More Unjust Act; Challenge to Congress to Fill the Void