Internships, Scholarships, and Other Opportunities


  • Tutor wanted for a 12 year old boy attending Sinai Akiba/Lanier School, location Westwood
    2-3 times a week
    Homework buddy for 7th Grade Science, English and Social Studies mainly
    We are looking for someone that can help with study schools and complete homework and review prioritizing and organizing our homework accordingly.
    email Jill or call 310 345 8369
    $25.00 hour
  • Vibrant and growing temple, with a warm and nurturing environment, seeks an experienced, part-time Hebrew teacher and tutor for our weekly Religious School, grades 4th - 6th and tutor for our Pre B'nei Mitzvah Students. Successful applicants will join our team of passionate teachers who create programs that inspire children to love Judaism. Religious School meets Sundays from 10am - 12:30pm in Encino.
    Please send resume and references to:

    Presented by NEXT@THE BRAID: JWT’s Young Professionals Arts Council
    Exhibit Dates: May 5 thru June 10
    Concept: Artists explore the guilt of a new generation. From the things we should have done to
    actions we regret. No one is safe from this moral dilemma as we navigate the expectations of
    society, family and relationships. Join the party and submit your art!
    The art show will be the companion to the performance of GUILTY PARTIES, produced by
    Submission Guidelines
    When submitting material, consider the following parameters:
    • An element of Judaism is welcome, but your submission does not need to feature being
    Jewish as the prominent theme or subject.
    • Artists of all genders are welcome.
    • Previously exhibited artwork is welcome.
    To Apply please email the following to
    1. Images presented in JPEG format with image size set to 300 dpi resolution, 4 x 6 inch
    image size approximately
    2. Title, Year, Media, Size Price
    3. Artist Biography, background and list of exhibitions
    4. One paragraph about the artwork and how it depicts the theme, or a proposal for artwork
    that you will create based on the theme.
    Deadline for Entries: April 1, 2018
    Notice of Acceptance: April 10, 2018
    Take In: May 1, 2018
    Take Down and Pick Up: TBD
    Selection Process: Committee
  • The Westwood Kehilla in co-sponsorship with Young Israel of Century City, Adat Shalom, and JLIC on Campus invites you to The Passion and Politics of Islam with Simon Wiesenthal Center Medal of Valor Awardee Raheel Raza and with Sohail Raza. Tuesday March 20th at 7:30 pm at the Westwood Kehilla. Send RSVP to

  • Join Kollel for an intensive fellowship founded on the core themes of learning, tefilla (prayer), and service! With a robust schedule that encourages a vibrant and tight-knit community of learners, the Kollel is a truly immersive summer experience. Find more information on the Facebook event at, and at
    Full Program: May 29-July 27, 2018
    First Session: May 29-June 29
    Second Session: July 2-July 27
    Evaluated on a rolling basis through March 15, 2018. Applications received after March 15 will be considered as space allows.
  • Advekit finally makes it easy to find the right therapist for you. The site is cost-free and confidential, and provides a service that allows you to input your preferences and instantly be matched with therapist referrals tailored to your specific needs. Finally, an easy way to get the help that you deserve.
  • Collegiate Moot Beit Din (CMBD) Shabbaton and Conference.For the 1sttime ever, the CJL will be hosting this intercollegiate weekend-long event where students prepare a decision based on Jewish law to resolve a contemporary dilemma.  Students will present their case to a panel of expert judges, and celebrate a pluralistic Shabbat together.  No experience in Jewish law is required. CMBD will take place onApril 13-15at Princeton.  You are invited to register  Please contact Abe Waserstein ( for more information!


  • Dog sitter: I am looking for a dog sitter to stay in  my apartment in the Pico Robertson neighborhood from earlyMonday, April 2morning and stay overnight until lateThursdayevening,April 5.  Do you know of a reliable student who would be able to take care of our dog please and stay at our apartment.  They can reach me (Lauren) on my email at  
  • Babysitting Job: I am a former hillel member at UW - Madison (go badgers!) and now live in West LA.
    I have 2 little ones and looking for a babysitter for an occasional Saturday night date night and every Thursday from 8am - 530pm and possibly also on Monday's from 8am - 5:30pm.  We live in West LA about 5 min drive from UCLA campus.
    If you have prior baby sitting experience, reliable, and your schedule allows you to work all day on Thursday's, please feel free to email me  $12/hour.


  • Babysitter needed in Santa Monica
    We are looking for a warm and friendly babysitter for our 20-month-old.  Looking for some occasional Saturday nights and possibly some hours during the week if needed.
    - Up to date with flu shot & vaccinations
    - Experience with toddlers
    - CPR certified (preferred)
    - Someone who is patient, energetic, creative, and interactive when playing with kids
    - Reliable transportation to Santa Monica
    - Speaks English very well
    Please call or email Shari directly:
  • Seeking Educators: A top-notch boutique academic tutoring, enrichment, admissions, test prep, teen entrepreneurial coaching, and mentoring company is seeking a few stellar, engaging educators to work with Santa Monica, Brentwood, and Palisades based students on high school coursework. We especially need a tutor who can work with a high school junior on his AP JAVA / coding coursework right away!

    Also, we need a few savvy and experienced educators to mentor high school students in ALL LEVELS of Math and/or Science (Algebra/Geometry - Trig/PreCalc and AP Calc as well as in AP Bio, Chem, and/or Physics), as well as those with a background in College Admissions or multi-subjects. If interested, please email a cover letter and resume to

    A little more about us:  

    About Rainbow EDU Consulting & Tutoring 

    At Rainbow EDU, we believe that celebrating individuality and developing clarity of purpose for achieving academic excellence are paramount to success. We know, through our own research and an in-depth understanding of child development and educational processes, that education is no longer about fitting pegs of all shapes into square holes. Unfortunately, traditional schooling systems prioritize standardization, conformity, and extrinsic motivation, which often marginalizes some of our communities' brightest young minds. Rainbow EDU’s team of educators work on students from the inside out, identifying students' points of passion in order to cultivate internal inspiration and intrinsic fulfillment for learning. When education is approached holistically, and all aspects of a student's socialization, optimal learning style, personal interests, and formal educational processes work in harmony to reinforce one another, students not only achieve to higher levels of academic success, but their sense of purpose in life and self-esteem strengthen dramatically. Founded 15 years ago by Cindy Chanin, Rainbow EDU is equipped to tutor all academic subjects from elementary through college level and beyond. Our multi- faceted approach to academic tutoring and mentoring, grounded in inspiration, self-awareness, leadership development, service learning, health and wellness, and teen life coaching, has led our students to gain admission to top universities including Harvard, Yale, UCLA, Oxford, Julliard, and Stanford, as well as National Merit recognition and many perfect and near-perfect SAT and ACT scores. Rainbow EDU also counsels families through the independent schools admissions process as well as offers innovative workshops on college campuses and prepares grad-school bound students for rigorous exams such as the GRE, LSAT, MCAT, and GMAT. The Rainbow EDU family prides itself in nurturing and valuing the entire spectrum of learning identities, and every hue of possibility in between.


  • Stephen S Wise Temple is looking to hire 
    • Youth Advisor/Associate Director of Camp Wise—this is a year-round role; it is part-time during the academic year, and full-time from May-mid-August. The role is currently split between the Youth Advisor role (7-12th grade) and the Camp role.
    • Counselors and Specialists: These are summer-only roles, from June 25-August 10. More information is on our website:
  • The Leve Center is pleased to offer these undergraduate scholarships for summer research, educational travel, and language programs:

    • Maurice Amado Research and Travel Grants in the field of Sephardic Studies
    • Frey Scholarships for Civic Engagement Research or Language Study
    • Zinn Memorial Scholarship for Holocaust Studies and Social Justice

    Applications are available for download at and are due April 12, 2018.

    Before submitting an application, contact Dr. Mary Pinkerson, Leve Center Community Affairs Coordinator, ( for assistance or review.

  • Amir, a Jewish-founded organization that helps summer camps run community garden and farm programs at their camps is looking for college students and recent graduates from a diverse range of backgrounds to fill our positions for the summer 2018 session.

    We are recruiting for two summer positions: Amir Farmer and Amir Farm Manager. Our farmers are placed at one of our partner summer camps and they work at that camp for the summer, running a farm and an education program centered around Jewish values and thought for the campers.

    You may find the link for the application HERE.

  • Social Justice Internship for Credit or Possible Stipend

    The Jewish Center for Justice provides social justice, education, leadership development and advocacy from a modern Jewish platform. In addition to leadership training from teens to professionals, JCJ addresses social policy at the local, state and federal levels addressing civil rights, economic justice, environmental justice and Israel. JCJ’s internship position is ideal for college students interested social justice, social media, communications, grassroots organizing, social policy, college organizing and legislation. Potential applicants must be available for six or more hours a week.  Applicants do not need to be Jewish.

    Required skills include:

    Excellent written and verbal communication skills ,Strong writing and research skills ,Strong organizational and task management skills ,Ability to take initiative ,Demonstrated interest or experience in social justice , Familiarity with programs including Adobe Acrobat and Google Analytics, Demonstrated ability to manage databases, social media accounts and IT

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    Draft and copy edit communications materials including social media posts and newsletters, Database management, Assist with grassroots outreach projects, Provide logistical support for meetings and events ,Basic administrative responsibilities including data entry, scheduling meetings and assisting with day-to-day tasks

    To apply, please submit your cover letter (including your availability) and resume to

  • JScreen, the national non-profit Jewish genetic screening program, is looking for New York City and Los Angeles-based interns for the spring 2018 semester. If you are interested in the medical or genetics fields and would like to be part of the JScreen team for this paid internship, please see their website


  • Interested in sports and Judaism? There are work positions open at ​JCC Maccabi Sports Camp in Northern California! Check them out HERE and be in touch with Anna Ludlow with more questions.
  • Are you a Jewish college student who is going home to the Bay Area for the summer? Do you want to get paid to work at a Jewish nonprofit? Learn more about the Kohn internship program at Jewish college students who have completed at least one year of school are invited to apply for the Kohn Summer Internship Program. Interns are placed at Bay Area Jewish nonprofits for eight weeks. This is a paid internship program with free professional development seminars. Applicants who identify as Jews of Color and/ or queer are encouraged to apply. You will build in-demand skills, make connections and grow professionally.

  • Eden Village West is hiring! We’re a new farm-to-table Jewish overnight summer camp in Northern California for kids ages 8-14 featuring organic farming, culinary arts, homesteading and wilderness skills, music, and more. As a staff member, you’ll make memories and friends that last a lifetime while helping our campers thrive and grow.We are seeking bunk counselors, kitchen staff, and program specialists in farming, herbalism, woodworking, pottery, and more to join our team this summer. Potential staff members are enthusiastic, age 18+ people who want to join our supportive and fun camp family from mid-June to early August. For more information, visit

  • The JVS Scholarship Program provides need-based scholarships for college and graduate school for Jewish students who are permanent residents of Los Angeles County.  The online application period for the 2018-2019 academic year begins January 1, 2018, and closes March 31, 2018. For further eligibility and application information, visit ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
    • Must be Jewish
    • Minimum age of 16 years
    • Permanent and legal resident of Los Angeles County for a
    minimum of three years
    • U.S. citizen or documented legal permanent U.S. resident with a
    Green Card
    • Planning to attend an accredited public or private college,
    university or vocational school in the U.S.
    • Planning to enroll as a full-time student with a minimum of 12
    units per term
    • Minimum 2.7 GPA (per term) for Undergraduate Students
    • Minimum 3.0 GPA (per term) for Graduate Students
    • Demonstrated and Verifiable financial need including
    FAFSA (Student aid report)For further eligibility and application information, visit
  • AIPAC is hiring for its 2018 class of AIPAC Fellows. We will be hiring Fellows to work in New York, Florida, and Los Angeles. The program is open to recent college graduates and young professionals, who will be responsible for helping AIPAC to grow its committed base of investors. Fellows will be tasked with meeting with prospective donors, discussing the value of investment with AIPAC, the importance of keeping the U.S.-Israel relationship strong and soliciting them for gifts. Fellows will receive some of the best training in the organization at our headquarters in DC before they begin--learning about AIPAC, our legislative priorities, as well as gaining the skills they need to be accomplished development professionals. With these invaluable skills, Fellows will be poised to take on meaningful positions in any field they choose to pursue at the end of the program. We will offer a competitive salary and benefits for accepted applicants. Applications Due March 30th.



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