This is a great month to apply to work in the field of Jewish Social Justice! Forward this around to your friends and networks, and let's get more rockstars involved with our work.
American Jewish World Service has many jobs, internships, and fellowships available. Details on their website.
HIAS has many jobs in programming, human resources, and more available in their offices in Silver Spring, Maryland.
The summer is coming to an end with some great opportunities to work in the field of Jewish Social Justice.
AJSS is seeking a Program Associate to join their team in DC.
There are many opportunities to start – or develop – a career in Jewish Social Justice this month!
AJWS is hiring a variety of positions in NYC and San Francisco.
We kick off summer with this listing of jobs across the Jewish social justice field:
Association of Jewish Family and Children's Agencies is recruiting two VISTA positions to build capacity to serve Holocaust survivors. They are seeking a VISTA in New Jersey and a VISTA in NYC. Interested candidates should apply immediately; candidates must be chosen by July 6.
Join the Richmond Jewish community for a fascinating look at our immigration history. On Sunday, February 16th from 3:00pm - 5:00pm at the Weinstein JCC (5403 Monument Ave), we are hosting Coming to America: Stories of Immigration from Richmond's Jewish Community.
Let me ask you something…is all chocolate created equally?
Here are two pieces of gelt – they look the same – but are they different? If one was .50 cents, and one $1.50, which one would you choose, and what would be the reason for that choice?
Usually, it’s taste and sometimes it might be kashruth. As Jews, we pay more for kosher meat than non-kosher meat, but should there be other factors, like how the product is made, or by whom? Should this be a factor? Does it get a veto or a vote?
This piece was originially published on AVODAH's blog and is republished with permission.
Our immigration laws tear apart families and keep millions of people living in fear for far too long. Now is the time for Congress and President Obama to create a roadmap to citizenship for 11 million new Americans and ensure that immigrant families are treated with fairness and dignity. For me as a Jewish American, this is a moral, religious and communal issue.
Check out the attachment below for talking points on immigration reform for Jewish advocates.
As Jewish organizations begin to read through the proposed Gang of 8 legislation, they are releasing statements that are mostly supportive of what the proposed legislation has to offer, though it isn't all positive. We will update this as we receive more statements.