Ameinu is looking for an Office Administrator in New York.
*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.
Purim is a great holiday full of fun and contemplation—in good ol’ Jewish fashion, we retell an important story of our people (with sound effects), are able to rejoice in our freedom (in costumes), and are expected to give to our friends (mishloah manot) and the poor (matanot l’evyonim), not to mention the ge
Check out the great positions at Jewish social justice organizations across the country! Amir is seeking Farmers to implement its garden education program at its partner summer camps across North America this summer, mid-June through August. AJWS is hiring for several jobs and internships in New York, Washington, DC and Delhi, India.
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.
Start the new year with a new job in the Jewish social justice sector! Hazon is seeking an Associate Director in San Diego, a Program Intern in the Bay Area and a Food Education Apprentice in Connecticut.
In his speech to the Union for Reform Judaism, President Obama said to the Jewish community, “Your parents, your grandparents, your great-grandparents, they remembered what it was like to be a stranger, and as a result treated strangers with compassion.”
'Tis the season for looking for new opportunities in the Jewish social justice sector! Bend the Arc is seeking an Organizing and Outreach Intern in San Francisco JCPA is seeking a Federal Advocacy Intern in Washington, DC JCUA is seeking a Program Director in Chicago
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?
Wednesday, December 4th - 'Fast For Families' Community Tent on the National Mall, Washington, DC (3rd and Jefferson, SW)5:00pm