Looking for a job or volunteer opportunity? Here are some hot spots to start looking!

Babysitting and Cooking – PAID! A local family is looking to hire someone to pick up their oldest daughter (6 years) from Kindergarten and bring her to their house and cook dinner for our family with her on most weekdays.  They have a kosher kitchen and are therefore interested in someone who has a basic understanding of kashrut. Email BHertz1@jhu.edu if interested.

4Front Social Innovation Internship: serve as the second supporting staff to the program director. The internship gives students hands on experience in teen programming, the opportunity to mentor younger teens interested in pursuing business, and access to a network of business leaders in the community. Assist with all weekend workshops and even join as a second staff on our 10-day trip to Israel over winter break. Looking for a Jewish undergraduate student who is responsible and mature, studying business or entrepreneurship, and would be excited to work with and inspire high school aged teens. Email Diana at dsolomon@jcc.org.

Bolton Street Synagogue is in search of a musician, preferably guitarist but not necessary, who would feel comfortable leading a very basic Tot Shabbat service on Satuday mornings, about 6 times from Spring through Summer. We have them at Linkwood park in Roland Park and Oregon Ridge park in Hunt Valley. The pay would be between $50-$100 depending on content and skill. The service typically has 15 minutes of music: Good morning/Boker tov, Shabbat Feeling, Hinei Matov, Bim Bam… Also open to edit the song list based on suggestions. Email Jillian Manko at jmanko@boltonstreet.org if interested.


BBYO Baltimore is looking to hire an Associate Regional Director, a role ideal for a graduating Senior looking to enter the Jewish professional world.

Camp Rodef ShalomSupplies Acquisition and Food Management at Camp Rodef Shalom, a summer day camp in Falls Church, VA. Responsible for purchase, storage, distribution, and inventory management of all food and related items necessary for 300 campers and 150 staff within the required budget constraints, taking into account nutrition, food safety, inventory and storage capacity, dietary restraints, and allergies. Responsibilities include the following:* Purchasing, storing, and distributing snack items for all campers and staff each morning * Purchasing, storing, and distributing snack items for extended day campers and staff each afternoon * Coordinating, serving, and managing meals for 2 staff training days (150 people), 6-8 camp social events (25-450 people), and camp carnival/cookout day (450 people) * Coordinating, serving, and managing Friday pizza lunches for all campers and staff. * Coordinating, ordering, retrieving, and distributing restaurant lunch orders for all staff on Thursdays, including tracking payments due and change to be returned. * Purchasing all food and supplies requested by Cooking Specialists for use in their daily programming. * Purchasing non-food camp supplies as necessary for daily and special programming. Valid driver’s license necessary and daily access to vehicle with ample space for transporting supplies. Tracked mileage will be reimbursed at a generally recognized rate. Candidate must be age 19+ by 9/1/2018. Food Handler Certification a plus. Dates: June 25 – August 3. Hours are 8:30 am – 3:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Salary commensurate with experience. For more information on Camp Rodef Shalom and to access our online staff application, please visit our website: www.camptrs.orgCamp Rodef Shalom is a Jewish day camp affiliated with Temple Rodef Shalom, a Reform congregation in Falls Church, VA. With 300 campers and 150 staff, we are one of the largest synagogue day camps in the Washington area.

CLIP​ (Collegiate Leadership Internship Program): a PAID summer internship experience​ in NYC, is seeking applicants for our summer 2018 cohort! We believe there are two essential ingredients to start your dream career ​–​ job experience, plus a vibrant network of peers and professionals. CLIP has both: we match undergraduate students with internships at a variety of organizations and agencies while introducing them to peers and professionals interested in the same fields. ​See past placements sites and learn more here.

Hillel International Fellowships: Hillel international is hiring! To learn more, visit the website or talk to Brian.

Hillel Data Internship: This Summer, the Measurement Team will be working on a large scale data migration from our legacy Student Engagement Tracking System, REACH to a new system built on Salesforce Communities. The Data Interns will assist the team in the data migration process from beginning to end, including but not limited to: data clean-up according to an already established process, setting-up and importing data and some additional responsibilities as needed. This is an excellent opportunity for someone interested in getting experience in IT, data migration, computer programming and/or exposure to Salesforce. Qualified applicants should either be currently enrolled in a college/university program or a recent graduate, with an interest in Computer Science, Technology, Business, Statistics, or other applicable field. Necessary skills include strong attention to detail, comfort with technology, good quantitative skills as well as fluency in Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.). Experience in computer programming is a plus! Stipend: $300 living stipend per week to help offset costs associated with this volunteer internship. Internship Dates: Late May/early June through early-August – exact dates are flexible. To Apply: Please complete the online application. Be sure to indicate that you are interested in the data intern position.


Big Brother Big Sister program of Jewish Community Services: matches Jewish children and teens (“Littles”) with caring Jewish mentors (“Bigs”) who provide guidance, support and friendship. These mentoring relationships have a direct and lasting effect on our Littles, providing them with the ability to succeed and thrive in life. If you are interested in volunteering as a mentor, email Deborah at dhamburger@jcsbaltimore.org.

The Urban Adamah Fellowship, based in Berkeley, CA, is a three-month residential training program for young adults (ages 21–31) that combines urban organic farming, social justice training and progressive Jewish learning and living in intentional community. Through the operation of Urban Adamah’s two-acre organic farm and internships with local community organizations, fellows gain significant skills, training and experience in sustainable urban agriculture, Jewish spirituality, intentional community, and leadership development.Upcoming Fellowships: Summer: June 11 – August 22, 2018 Fall: August 28 – November 20, 2018 Check out this short video to learn more. Visit the Urban Adamah website today to request an application.