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The Roundtable's 2014 Training was a Great Success!

Thank you to the 60 folks from 30 organizations across the country that joined us for our Roundtable 2014 Training on Tuesday, October 21 in New York City!   

WORK FOR JEWISH SOCIAL JUSTICE: OCTOBER EDITION

This month has some exciting listings, many of which are in Development - please share them widely! American Jewish World Service is hiring for several positions, many of them in Development. Bend the Arc is hiring for several positions including a Jeremiah Fellowship Director Jewish Council on Urban Affairs is hiring for a Senior Community Organizer

Work for Jewish Social Justice: August Edition

This month's round-up has some exciting listings - check them out and share widely! American Jewish World Service is hiring for several positions in New York, Washington, DC and San Francisco, including Director of Media Relations, Senior Policy Associate and Vice President of Development.

Jewish Social Justice Jobs - June / July Edition!

Ameinu is looking for an Office Administrator in New York.   

Work at a Jewish Social Justice Organization - May 2014

*See updates below from Keshet, JUFJ, Mazon and NCJW!* As we celebrate spring after a long winter, many Roundtable organizations are hiring! Ameinu is looking for an Office Administrator in New York. 

President Obama: "Hineni" VIDEO

The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable is seeking your support in getting the word out about our video aimed at Jewish and faith communities. Please share it!  

Jewish Social Change Matching Fund: Organizations-only Webinar

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. 

Jewish Organizations Make an Impact on Immigration Reform

  See below for some exciting updates on work coming out of the Jewish community on immigration reform.    Congressional Meetings Rabbi Ali Abrams at Jewish Council on Urban Affairs delivered a letter, along with immigrant rights groups, from almost 20 Illinois rabbis to Senator Kirk's staff asking that he support immigration reform.

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