This month there are a number of positions in Development, Communication and Youth Engagement in addition to fellowship opportunities! SEE THE LISTINGS BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION!
JOIN for Justice (Boston) is seeking strategic and passionate justice-seekers who are eager to be part of a movement for social change in our country. Deadline is April 1, 2015. Apply now to become a Jewish Organizing Fellow.
The Repair the World Fellowship is an 11-month opportunity for young adults ages 21 to 26 who are passionate go-getters and ready to engage and challenge the Jewish community to address education and food justice, explore how Jewish values inform social justice work, and serve in a dynamic city. The next deadline to apply is March 31, 2015. Apply now.
Jewish World Watch (CA) has an exciting leadership opportunity to join their staff as the Executive Director! For questions and/or inquiries, please contact Maxene Johnston at JandC(at)johnstonco.org.
Are you looking to do something meaningful with your summer? The American Jewish Society for Service (AJSS) is seeking staff members to lead service-learning programs in Memphis, Louisville, and Oklahoma City. Position lengths can vary from two weeks – seven weeks. Staff members are entrusted with mentoring, educating, and supporting a group of 16 co-ed high school participants during their AJSS Summer of Service. The experience will be challenging, rewarding, and one of the best summers of your life. Applications are online at http://ajss.org/about-us/summer-staff/. Contact the AJSS offices at 301.664.6400 or [email protected] with questions.
*new* Or Tzedek: Teen Institute for Social Justice, a program of the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (JCUA) is seeking junior and senior staff for our 10-day urban immersion summer program in Chicago, IL, for Jewish high school students (grades 9-12). JCUA is seeking dynamic individuals for junior staff and senior staff to help facilitate, provide support, and guide our teens through this exciting and transformative summer program. Staff members are responsible for creating an environment that helps build self‐esteem and that is warm, welcoming, friendly, and completely inclusive. During the program, staff members will live on site with participants. For the full job description go here and learn more about the program here: www.jcua.org/ortzedek.
HIAS is hiring for several positions listed below and more positions will likely keep opening up in both their New York and Washington, DC offices in the coming months. Open positions can always be found on the careers page of their website.
- Director, Campaigns - New York, NY or Washington, DC
- Director, Community Engagement Program - New York, NY or Washington, DC
- Educator, Community Engagement - New York, NY or Washington, DC
- Director, Human Resources - Washington, DC
- Managing Attorney, Child Migrant Legal Services Project - Washington, DC
- Senior Director, Institutional Giving - New York, NY
- Web Developer - New York, NY
- Director, Livelihoods - Washington, DC or Other HIAS Global Office
- Director, Major Gifts - New York, NY
- Specialist, Communications - New York, NY or Washington, DC
- Program Analyst/Consultant (Temporary) - Washington, DC