Check out all of these great jobs, fellowships and internships open at your favorite Jewish social justice organizations! National Council of Jewish Women is seeking a Development Associate and a Director of Development in NYC. Jews United for Justice is seeking a Paid Sick Days for All Campaign Organizer in DC.
This piece was originially published on AVODAH's blog and is republished with permission.
September 12, 2013 12:30-1:30pm EST An organizations-only webinar introducing the Jewish Social Change Matching Fund with Abby Levine, director of the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, and JFN. Nonprofit leaders and fundraisers will learn about eligibility requirements, and how they can apply to the Fund.
Wondering what our community is doing on immigration this summer? Here's a round-up of much of the work happening as well as some media articles showcasing our field.
Members of Congress will be in their districts for the August recess: August 2nd – September 8th. Extremist anti-immigrant groups are already mobilizing to delay and destroy immigration reform.
Check out these great opportunities at Jewish organizations:
As immigration moves through the House, it's time to write letters to the editor of local newspapers to express our support for immigration reform. It is time to share our own immigration stories and express why we believe immigration is a Jewish issue. There are two methods to writing a letter to the editor.
As we gear up to take up the fight in the House, check out these articles highlighting some of the work of our member organizations in the struggle for immigration reform.
It’s time for you to work for a Roundtable organization! Lots of great positions open at your favorite Jewish social justice organizations. Check them out: AVODAH is seeking an Executive Assistant in DC. Keshet is seeking a Boston Regional Manager in Boston. HIAS is seeking an Immigration/Refugee Policy Intern in DC.
The world watched in horror as over 1,100 garment workers were killed in April when a substandard factory in Bangladesh collapsed while they were at their jobs. Similar tragedies are killing and injuring men and women in many places around the globe where labor costs are low and working conditions are unconscionable.