Work for Jewish Social Justice - November 2015

Hannah Weilbacher

This month brings many opportunities to work for a great Jewish Social Justice organization. From internships and entry-level positions to managers and directors, there are many ways to connect professionally with the Jewish Social Justice community!

 

AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps is looking to fill two important positions in their DC office: a Development Officer and Program Director.

Bend the Arc is looking for a Communications Coordinator to join their office in NYC.

Eshel is looking to fill two internship opportunities in Los Angeles. Email [email protected] with inquiries.

JOIN for Justice is looking for a Part Time Development Assistant in their office in Boston.

JUFJ, Jews United for Justice, is seeking a Community Organizer to join their work in Baltimore.

Keshet is hiring a part-time position in their Bay Area office - a Community Programs Coordinator for LGBTQ communities. They are also hiring a Development Associate in their Boston Headquarters.

NCJW, the National Council of Jewish Women, is hiring for numerous positions, including an Operations and HR Coordinator and a Marketing and Communications Associate in NYC.

NIF, the New Israel Fund, is hiring a Director of the Major Gifts Program and a Director of Outreach (Western US).

Repair the World is now accepting applications for the 2016-17 Repair the World Fellowship.

The Workmen’s Circle is looking for a Development and Communications Intern in their NYC office.

The URJ, Union of Reform Judaism, has many positions open all over the US. Check out the Camp Administrator position, an Administrative Assistant, a Development and Philanthropy position, and a Communities of Practice Coordinator.

Urban Adamah is accepting applications for their Summer and Fall 2016 Urban Adamah Fellowship.

 

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