Summer is a great time to join - or advance in - the field of Jewish social justice! We have a number of great entry-level and director-level positions around the US.
Looking for a position in the Jewish social justice field? Look no further! There are great opportunities this month, especially in the field of Development. AJWS has a number of incredible job opportunities open currently in NYC, DC, and LA. Ameinu is looking for an Office Manager/Israel Programs Coordinator to join them in NYC.
Looking for a job in a meaningful, exciting field? Or ready for your next move? See below for jobs available in the field of Jewish social justice. This month there are many jobs in NYC, and opportunities across many levels.
Looking for an opportunity in the field of Jewish Social Justice? There are some great options this month, especially for those looking to jump into a director-level position. AJWS has a number of incredible job opportunities open currently, including a Director of Development in Chicago, a Development Officer in LA, program officer positions, and more.
The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable is unified in our commitment to supporting vulnerable communities. With the rise of hate crimes against Muslims, Jews, and people of color, we know it's critical to stand up loudly, as Jews, to condemn bigotry and violence.
HIAS is keeping this page up to date with a list of ways that people across the country can fight back against Trump’s refugee ban. On that page, you can find rally signs to download, talking points and instructions for congress, and much more. BEND THE ARC RESPONDS TO TRUMP’S ANTI-IMMIGRANT, ANTI-MUSLIM EXECUTIVE ORDER
There is a huge number of job and internship opportunities around the Jewish social justice field this month. Check them out and spread the word.
It's a crucial time to be fighting for social justice. If this fight takes you to starting or growing your career in the field of Jewish Social Justice, check out some amazing opportunities below:
Several Jewish Social Justice Roundtable organizations have made statements condemning the executive order banning refugee resettlement and immigration.