This election season, the Roundtable wants YOU to write an Op-Ed from your perspective, raising up issues of justice that you care about. Here are 9 reasons why you should:
Check out all the ways to grow in the field of Jewish Social Justice this month! Please forward around to talented people you know. Avodah in NY is looking for two dynamic people to join their development team as a Director of Individual Giving and Director of Foundation Relations.
July 7, 2016 The Anti-Defamation League and 27 other Jewish social justice organizations penned a forceful open letter imploring political candidates to put an end to the racism, anti-Semitism and xenophobia they say has emerged in this year’s campaign.
Below are the opportunities to join the Jewish Social Justice field as a staff member. There are many positions in the Development field, especially. Bend the Arc in the Bay Area is looking for a part-time Administrative Assistant.
Join our field of Jewish Social Justice in one of the exciting positions below. Positions range from entry-level work in amazing organizations to farming to organizing and more!
Our field of Jewish Social Justice is growing and changing every day! Join us in one of the exciting positions below. Positions range from entry-level work in amazing organizations to Director-level positions leading important organizations and projects.
Calling current and emerging leaders in the Jewish social justice field! Looking for your next opportunity? There are many ways to grow in your career this month. AJWS has positions open in multiple departments with their NYC office, as well as a Development Officer position with their San Francisco team.
Looking for new opportunities in the rich professional field of Jewish Social Justice? There are some amazing positions available... The Boston Workmen’s Circle (BWC) seeks an Office Manager to anchor their work of building community.
Each year, Passover offers us an amazing chance to infuse our sacred Jewish rituals with our social justice values. The story of our exodus from enslavement and our struggles with being a liberated people teaches us lessons that are all too applicable in today's broken world. The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable strives to hold onto these lessons while we take action to address modern day injustices.
We are so excited to announce that the Roundtable will facilitate a Board Development Training in NYC in July.