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AJC Goldman Fellowship Program: Announcing this years’ AJC Goldman Fellowship Program – an international, paid internship focusing on the fields of diplomacy, policy, intergroup relations, human rights, and non-profit management. For more information, please click here.
The Goldman Fellowship is unique in the quality and scope of opportunities that it offers, providing Fellows experience in advocacy, research, and programming, working in mentor relationships with senior staff and taking part in conferences and meetings. Depending on their skills and the needs of our offices, Fellows are sent to AJC locations and affiliates throughout the United States and abroad, including Berlin, Brussels, Warsaw, Geneva, Jerusalem, Melbourne and Santiago.
Fellows receive a stipend of $3,000 plus major travel expenses. The fellowshipruns from June 2nd through August 1st(there is some flexibility with these dates for a few placements). Fellows may also attend the AJC ACCESS Summit and AJC Global Forum in Washington DC free of charge.
AJC’s Goldman Fellowship Program is open to rising juniors, seniors, and graduate and professional school students from a broad range of backgrounds. Important is a passion for making a difference and looking at domestic and international policy through a Jewish lens. If you could post information on your website or include this in future mailings, that would be most appreciated.
The program and the application are described fully in the attached brochure and on ourwebsite. If you have any further questions or would like hard copies of the brochure, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-891-1487.
AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps is an organization that places participants in year long programs in anti-poverty centers in Chicago, New Orleans, New York, and D.C. To learn more and apply visit www.avodah.net.
Hillel Building Monitors and Food Service Interns: We want YOU! Apply today to be a building monitor or service intern at Hopkins Hillel. Click here to fill out our online application!
Congregation Kol HaLev: Kol HaLev, a Reconstructionist Jewish congregation in Baltimore, has a part-time Assistant Teacher position open for its growing “Beit Lev” (Sunday school). Classes will be held twice monthly on Sundays from 10-12:30. Applicants should have experience with interactive, progressive classrooms. The position will include working with a variety of different ages (5-10). Kol HaLev is a grassroots community in Baltimore with a commitment to fostering in its children the love of learning, community, Judaism and social action. We are in search of a creative and energetic educator to work with Beit Lev. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Please send your resume to: Lila Shapiro-Cyr, Kol HaLev Executive Committee,email@example.com. Beit Lev begins in September 2013.
Oseh Shalom Synagogue: Oseh Shalom, a small Reconstructionist synagogue in Lauren, MD is looking for both leaders for both the High Holidays for children’s programs, as well as religious school teachers for the year. If you are interested please contact Nina CHilbert, (Administrative Assistant at Oseh Shalom Religious School) at 301-498-7004 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
AMIRIM AMIRIM: A summer volunteering program for college students and young professionals ages 18-27. The participants live in Jerusalem, in Arad or beside Tel Aviv and volunteer for non-profit organizations four times a week, explore the Israeli landscape through weekly day trips and discover Israeli culture & society through different educational and cultural events. For more information, go to http://amirimisrael.com.
Capital Camps: Capital Camps is an overnight camp located just over an hour from the Greater Washington or Baltimore areas in Waynesboro, PA. We are formally associated with the JCC movement and take on a very pluralistic approach, much like Hillel. Our campers come from communities around the Greater Washington area, Baltimore, Richmond, Northern Virginia, etc. Some are day school students, for others, this is the only time they spend with other Jews.
In terms of staff, we have about 50% staff retention from year to year which means we’re always looking for talented folks to do different things at camp. Our staff come from around the world – we have a significant contingent from the UK, from Israel, and even places like Australia and New Zealand. Many of our staff are college-age, but several of them are also post-college and specialize in one of our activity areas. As an example, here are some of the positions we’re looking for:
• Archery Specialist
• Art Specialist
• Golf Specialist
• Martial Arts Specialist
• Modern Dance Specialist
• Mountain Biking Specialist
• Outdoor Education / Tripping Specialist
• Ropes Course Specialist
• Soccer Specialist
• Sports Specialist
• Tennis Specialist
One of the great things about Capital Camps is that we combine a really great, professional staff with state-of-the-art facilities. Visitors to camp always comment on how nice our cabins are, the equipment we use on our sports fields and at the waterfront. It makes working for Capital Camps that much better to be supported by a quality infrastructure.
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