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!
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.
Thank you for a successful 2015 training! It was truly a unique opportunity for Roundtable organizations to learn from and with each other about how to fundraise for our organizations. Even in December, prime fundraising season, nearly 60 fundraising staff from across the network gathered to learn and get energized by colleagues. Get the Gelt: A Fundraising Workshop presented by the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable
This month brings many jobs in the Jewish Social Justice field - organizers, administrators, and fundraisers all have great options! AJWS is looking to fill many positions with their teams in NYC, San Francisco, and Burma teams.
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.
The Roundtable had a successful Voter File training on August 6 in Washington, DC. 35 people from 13 organizations came together to learn about our new, exciting project to enable collaboration through access to data and cutting-edge technology.
This month's job roundup highlights the diversity of our movement, the breadth of skills necessary, and the innovation happening at different organizations. There are also several fellowship and internship opportunities, listed below. JOBS AJWS is hiring for positions in San Francisco and Washington, DC.
We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable Peer-to-Peer Coaching Program! This exciting new project will offer support, guidance and increased capacity to the staff of our organizations. We are connecting professionals from across the Roundtable in pairs to support and guide each other in their work.