Internships, Scholarships, and Other Opportunities


INTERNSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND OTHER OPPORTUNITIES


 JOBS

  • Song Leader position at a young a growing temple in Encino
    October, 2017-early May, 2018.
    once a week on Sunday from 10:00am - 12:30pm
    Contact Sandra Gelfat at directornachshon@gmail.com for more information and details
  • Top L.A. Tutoring is currently hiring experienced and dedicated tutors!

     

    · As a tutor, you will work one-on-one with 2nd-12th grade students in Math, English, Science, History, Foreign Languages, many other subjects, and Test Prep.
    · Previous tutoring/ teaching experience required.
    · Excellent communication skills required.
    · Positions are available in all subjects and all over the Los Angeles area.
    · Part-time and flexible hours – set your own schedule!
    · Great way to earn money at a reputable company or stand out in graduate school applications.
    · Competitive pay with opportunities for increases. Starting at $25/hour.

    To apply, send your résumé to info@topLAtutoring.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Camp Haverim is hiring for Summer 2017
    Mini Camp 1 June 12th -16th
    Mini Camp 2 June 19th -23rd
    Session 1 June 26th-July 14th
    Session 2 July 17th –August 4th
    Session 3 August 7th – August 25th
  • Love working with Children? Care about Judaism? Interested in developing yourself as an educator? Looking for a part time gig with good pay? Sinai Temple Religious School (On Beverly Glen & Wilshire) is seeking teachers for the 2017-18 academic year. If interested or if you have questions please contact Jacob at Jgown@Sinaitemple.org or call 310.481.3310
  • Job opening at Jewish Social Justice Gap Year Program in Portland, Oregon ---Tivnu: Building Justice is seeking a Resident Advisor for the 2017-18 cohort. Beginning in late August 2017, join our dedicated staff and create a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for participants on the Tivnu Gap Year. Live on-site with 8-15 participants and support their success as they create a pluralistic Jewish communal home, intern at grassroots nonprofit organizations, and explore the Pacific Northwest. Learn more about this position and apply by sending ​your resume ​and cover letter ​to steve@tivnu.org and anna@tivnu.org.
  • 6 Points Sports Academy Califronia is looking fo ra Counselor/Assistant Coach-  Experience: Worked at least one summer in a summer camp environment and/or have childcare experience. Personal camp experience is also desirable. A minimum high school Varsity-level athletic experience (or club equivalent) and high level of physical fitness is strongly preferred. The Role: 6 Points Sports Academy Counselors have three simultaneous roles: Counselor, Coach, and Educator. APPLY HERE
  • 6 Points Sports Academy Califronia is looking for a Jewish Life/T’Filah Coordinator- Qualifications: * Possess extensive teaching and educational management experience from camps or youth programs. * Ability to bring to life Jewish values, lessons and concepts through the lens of sports * Ability and interest in working with Visiting Faculty and Jewish professionals * Possess creativity and energy, good organizational skills, Jewish literacy and knowledge. * Possess a strong interest in and passion for finding and illuminating the connection between sports and Judaism. The Role: The Jewish Life Director will be instrumental in helping to establish camp culture, prayer experiences and articulating Jewish Teachable Moments (JTM’s). The Jewish Life Director is the ultimate resource on camp for infusing Judaism into the camp atmosphere. The Jewish Life Director should be patient, compassionate, and approachable, serving as a mentor for all staff. The Jewish Life Director should be able to develop deliberate educational programming that connects campers and staff to Jewish values.APPLY HERE
  • Camp JRF-Arts is a brand new high-quality arts and summer camp experience. Here, vibrant Jewish communal life enhances our art, which in turn enhances Jewish life and identity. It’s where kids become the best versions of themselves. We are looking to hire an Assistant Director who is committed to creating a joyful, welcoming, and progressive Jewish community where campers grow as intentional artists and amazing human beings. Responsibilities: The Assistant Director will have a key leadership role in creating our camp program and culture, recruiting campers, communicating with families, coordinating camper registration, and managing camp operations, scheduling, and logistics. We are seeking an exceptional individual with experience in Jewish residential camp management who is passionate about art and excited to be part of a start-up operation. This is a full-time, year-round position based in greater Los Angeles. Start date is June 2017. Send your resume and cover letter to reuben@campjrf.org. Please put the phrase “Assistant Director” in the subject line of the email. In your cover letter, tell us what excites you about this role (feel free to be formal or creative!). Our goal is to acknowledge every application within two weeks of receipt. No calls please.
  • Respectability is looking for people who care about people with disabilities and want to work on Jewish inclusion, public policy, diversity in Hollywood, communications, journalism, anti-poverty work and more.  
  • The Amir Project, a Jewish organization that helps summer camps run community garden and farm programs at their camps, is currently recruiting for their 2017 summer season. They are looking to hire for two positions: Farmers and Farm Managers. Both of these roles mean that the person will be on the ground and in the dirt at Jewish overnight camps throughout the U.S. and Canada. The manager position requires a bit more of a focus on management, Jewish Education, or farming, whereas the Farmer position is geared more toward undergraduates. This is an incredibly unique opportunity for Jewish students and they'd love to have some candidates from UCLA! Apply online here.
  • What: Summer Job at Camp Isaiah Day Camp
    When: All positions are Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm, June 19-August 11 plus pre-camp staff training and weekly staff meetings. Camp is closed July 4.
    Where to apply: http://www.templeisaiah.com/camp
    Point of contact: Lisa Rostaing 
    Will you be in LA over the summer? Do you LOVE working with children? Ever considered being a camp counselor at an awesome Jewish day camp?
    Temple Isaiah in WLA (near Pico & Beverly Glen) is looking for energetic, responsible, dynamic, children-loving, smiley people to apply for various counselor positions.
    Applicants must be able to commit to this entire time.
    Wages depend on experience and education
  • The Jewish Free Loan Association is looking fro an Executive Assistant-Part Time. The ideal candidate will enthusiastically embrace the role of Executive Assistant taking pride in outstanding execution of all tasks and projects, regardless of size and scope. The successful candidate for this position is proactive, resourceful, detail-oriented, well-organized, and demonstrates good judgment and decision-making skills. This role has great potential for growth and is an excellent opportunity for an individual looking to having a meaningful impact.  A sense of humor is a plus.This position is 3 hours per day. Daily hours are flexible but Thursday from 11-2 pm are required. If interested please send your resume and a cover letter to info@jfla.org
  • If you have the energy, creativity, and connection to Judaism that could make you a great role model, then Camp Zehut Staff opportunities may be for you!We are looking for Experienced College Students to play important roles in our unique camp community. As a counselor/ specialist you will need to exhibit maturity, responsibility, and care in engaging with campers aged 4-12 and the rest of our Camp Zehut Staff. If you are looking for an opportunity to develop and hone the following skills in a fun and friendly environment, then Camp Zehut may be the place for you:

    -Maturity
    -Responsibility
    -Flexibility
    -Empathy
    -Strong Work Ethic
    -Attention to Detail
    -Patience
    -Child Care Skills
    -Ability To Problem solve
    -Leadership Abilities
    -Special Skills Including Sports, Technology, and Art

    CLICK HERE To Begin Your Camp Zehut Journey!

  • Cashier for Kosher restaurant (Near The Grove)- compensation: $11/hr, employment type: employee's choice, High energy individual who likes to work in a fun atmosphere (Pizza shop). *MUST HAVE GOOD UNDERSTANDING of Kosher Laws Shifts are 10:30am-4:00pm sometimes 4pm-9pm and Saturday nights. Willing to work with class schedules. Email Nancy for more info.
  • As the Marketing & Communications intern at URJ Camp Newman, you will become the eyes and ears for our camper parents, broadcasting all the magical moments that happen at URJ Camp Newman to our outside community. You will use your excellent communication skills to play the roles of social media executive, blogger/reporter, photographer, and videographer. As our chief camp story teller, you’ll spend your days recording our campers’ daily activities and adventures while you live and work on our 500-acre site in the wine country of Sonoma Valley among 200 other super fun staff and faculty. This is a paid position, which includes housing and meals. For more about the position, click here: https://campnewman.org/about/job-opportunities/ 
  • Camp Haverim at the MerageJCC is looking for qualified enthusiastic individuals who want to work in a fun, summer camp environment. Our camp is a fun, safe and nurturing place, where children swim, play sports, make craft projects and go on field trips. We are filling the following positions: Senior Counselors, Lifeguards, and Specialists. We are looking for students that are interested in working with children over the entirety of the summer. The summer runs from June 12-August 25 for children in grade Kindergarten up to 11th grade. All staff is required to work the entire summer and be present at the five training dates prior to start of summer camp. APPLY HERE.
  • Looking for your first job in the Jewish Professional world? Know any recent grads looking for a position at a Jewish Institution? The American Hebrew Academy is seeking candidates for the Academy Fellowship Program. Academy Fellows have the unique opportunity to inspire the next generation of Jewish leaders from around the world while developing valuable skills through professional rotations and customized mentorship. If you or someone you know is searching for the start of their professional career, apply here: http://www.americanhebrewacademy.org/fellowship
  • AIPAC is hiring for its 2017 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 donors. 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. For more information and to apply, visit www.aipac.org/fellows

INTERNSHIPS

  • Proprep.com is looking for social, committed and reasonable Marketing Outreach Interns in the fields of: Accounting/ Communications/ Engineering/ Computer science/ Business/ Finance/ Math/ Science Majors. Represent Proprep on your campus and help us make our product better through marketing research, networking, social media and peer to peer engagement.

    The internship includes a stipend and professional training.
    Contact proprepinterns@gmail.com for more details.

  • The Robert Lee Ahn for Congress Campaign is currently accepting internship applications. We are seeking highly motivated and committed students to help make history on June 6th in California’s 34th
    Congressional District.

    If elected, Robert Lee Ahn would be the only Korean American currently serving in Congress and the first Korean American Democrat to do so; he is the candidate of the people and not special interests. Interns will gain skills in leadership, grassroots organizing and networking. The campaign website is listed here as well, ahnforcongress.com, for further information.

    The minimum commitment is 12 hrs / week. Our office is at 4055 Wilshire Blvd Suite 420, Los Angeles, CA 90010 and we are open 7 days a week.

    To apply, please send your resumes to shannon@ahnforcongress.com.

  • Apply to the Machar fellowship! This is an amazing opportunity to work in experiential education for two years on a high school campus while participating in a leadership development program. Fellows will work on one of our pluralistic high school campuses in New York, Boston, or LA while receiving leadership training including mentorship and seminars with the rest of the fellows. This is a great way to explore what it means to be a Jewish professional and to gain 21st century professional skills. You can find the application and more information at their website.
  • Work at a great summer internship and join our OU-JLIC summer community and beit midrash at Orayta!
    Who: Religious college students - men and women
    When: June 21 – August 6, 2017
    What: Participants will live together in the Old City, work in an internship of their choice during the day and participate in a vibrant beit midrash in the evenings.
    Cost: Early Bird Special (until Feb 10) - $650 if you set up an internship with us (Career Israel Internship Placement)/$300 if you set up your own internship. Video
  • Jewish Vocational Service (JVS) of San Francisco is proud to announce that the Kohn Summer Intern Program is recruiting for its 32nd cohort! Over 500 college undergraduates have participated in this exciting program that connects Bay Area natives with local Jewish non-profit organizations. This unique 8-week internship provides Jewish college undergraduates (Bay Area residents who are currently attending college) the opportunity to:

    Work for a Bay Area Jewish nonprofit
    Build tangible professional experience
    Connect and be mentored by Jewish community leaders
    Learn about issues facing the Jewish community

    The 2017 program will run from June 16 – August 11, 2017. Interns are compensated up to $3,000 for their work.

  • Bet Tzedek is seeking a Digital Content and Social Media Intern/Volunteer to help develop the organization’s online communications strategy. The intern will maintain Bet Tzedek’s presence on various social media platforms and help create and publish content that is relevant to our donor and volunteer base. The Intern will also help to develop Bet Tzedek’s digital content, including a relaunch and rebranding if its website. In doing, so the intern will learn how to reach various constituent
    groups, promote events or programs through digital content, and gain experience in social media platforms and the tools used to assess their performance.This is a part-time, unpaid internship. To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to volunteer@bettzedek.org.
  • The Urban Adamah Fellowship Now Accepting 2017 Applications: 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
    Spring: March 13 - May 26, 2017
    Summer: June 11 - August 25, 2017
    Fall: September 4 - November 21, 2017

    We accept 12­–14 fellows per season. Admission is on a rolling basis. Visit the Urban Adamah website today to request an application.

OTHER

  • Mind Body Balance for the Busy Bruin: This 6-class series is a collaboration between CAPS, Recreation, Campus and Student Resilience, Student Health Education and Promotion, and the GRIT Peer Coaching Program. This program will provide UCLA students with a range of tools to help manage stress, gain concrete wellness tools, and take a proactive approach to integrating balance into a busy academic and extracurricular schedule. This program will run twice throughout the quarter and students can join on a rolling basis. To RSVP, please click the link here.
  • Introduction to Jewish Music Summer Session A: Music 188, section 6 SMB rm. 1420 Wednesdays 10-12:50 Prof. Neal Stulberg, taught by TA Michel Klein. As the musical heritage of one of the oldest group of people, Jewish music is rich with history and heritage. It has followed the Jewish people as they’ve been dispersed through the world, giving resonance to their greatest joys and sorrows, binding growingly disparate communities together, and providing a voice for their yearnings for a homeland. In viewing Jewish music from its earliest beginnings in Biblical texts to modern day times, students will be provided with a musical portrait of a people who have lasted for nearly 4,000 years. 
  • Want to engage your peers in addressing social justice issues through service while building a strong professional network and living in a dynamic city? Then apply now for the Repair the World Fellowship! Repair the World Fellowship Applications are due May 31st. The Repair the World Fellowship is a unique 11 month opportunity for talented individuals ages 21 to 26 to recruit and engage the Jewish community to address social justice issues through meaningful service. Fellows will recruit, train, and serve alongside volunteers to bring about real community change around education justice and food justice. Repair the World will provide training, a living stipend, communal housing, and other perks.
  • Take Elementary Intensive Hebrew in UCLA session A - June 26 to August 18th. Within 8 weeks, the class fulfills A FULL YEAR OF UNIVERSITY LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT
  • The Westwood Bayit is accepting applications for this summer and the 2017-2018 school year. Are you looking to join a community of Jews in a house with a spacious backyard, full kosher kitchen, and laundry room, conveniently located on Landfair Ave? Check us out at www.uclabayit.org and send your application to admissions@uclabayit.org. Admission is rolling, so apply ASAP!
  • Join a community of young Jewish leaders learning and working together to fight back against the dangerous Trump agenda and make progressive change. If you are 22-32 and identify as Jewish, we invite you to apply today for the 2017 Jeremiah Fellowship!
  • The Shamayim V'Aretz Institute is currently looking for Jewish students who are passionate about animal welfare & ethics to apply for their college fellowship program! This fellowship gives students the opportunity to learn from Jewish scholars and animal advocates, as well as plan events on campus to spread awareness of the ties between Jewish ideals, plant-based eating, and compassion for animals. There is a stipend upon completion of the fellowship. Would you mind passing this information along to students on your campus who might be interested? Apply here. Spots are filling up and applications close on June 1st!
  • The Graduate Center for Jewish Education at American Jewish University prepares educators to create and articulate a compelling vision for Jewish education and apply the knowledge, skills, creativity and leadership needed to bring that vision to life. Home to the Fingerhut School of Education and various continuing education initiatives for educators, we are a trans-denominational center for educational leadership training, Jewish learning, professional development and research. AJU’s Familian and Brandeis-Bardin campuses provide a natural laboratory for innovation, experimentation and integration of experiential and traditional education.
  • Beit Midrash TLV at a glance:

    What? The only full-time Jewish learning program in English in Tel Aviv. Classes offered by distinguished faculty in a pluralistic, egalitarian, and non-traditional environment. Hebrew Ulpan and volunteer opportunities included.
    When? September 3, 2017 - January 11, 2018
    Who? English speaking students aged 23+
    Where? BINA, The Secular Yeshiva in Tel Aviv
    How much? $3700 for a full semester ($1300 with MASA Grant)

    With inquiries, please contact zoe@bina.org.il

  • We are excited to announce the establishment of the Jewish Activism Summer School (JASS) in Berlin! The JASS program offers young adults (18-35) an immersive experience integrating text study, field trips, and volunteer work in Berlin. Participants will learn the history of and approaches to social activism and tools and strategies for working in their own communities. Join us July 31-August 20 in Berlin! Apply here now!
  • GoEco offers unique internship and volunteering opportunities for those who want to truly make their résumé stand out. GoEco interns will have the chance to develop new skills and improve existing ones with a wildlife , humanitarian or environmental placement abroad.
  • Scholarships are now available for students who participate in ieiMedia’s summer international reporting program in Jerusalem. Students will learn from veteran correspondents who have covered the Middle East for years.

    American students who enroll in the four-week program will be given scholarships of $750. Students who have already filled out a FAFSA form may be eligible to receive additional funding (up to $1,000), for a total scholarship of up to $1,750 toward the $4,995 cost of the program. The scholarships are available to U.S. citizens. (Citizens of other countries may be eligible for other scholarships. See contact person below for more information.) The program runs July 3-August 1, 2017

  • Attend AJC’s 2017 Global Forum from June 4-6 in DC. It is an incredible conference that brings together top leaders from around the world to discuss issues pertinent to American and global Jewry, human rights, international relations, and Israel. AJC has a few spots for some student leaders to attend for free (and young professionals and first timers can attend at highly subsidized rates). Here is the student application and everyone else can register here. Please have anyone interested be in touch with me at wallacer.fellow@ajc.org.
  • Looking to study abroad? In Israel? TUITION-FREE?
    Interested in learning more about Jewish professional life and exploring exciting possibilities for your future career?
    Want the opportunity to apply for a fellowship for $30,000 a year for graduate school for the duration of your degree?
    Check out an exciting fellowship called The Nachshon Project and spend the spring semester of your junior year of college on a full-tuition scholarship at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Apply ASAP.
    For more information, contact info@thenachshonproject.com.
  • Uri L'Tzedek is excited to launch the "Hitorerut Incubation Award!" - a $20,000 Award for a post-college Modern Orthodox activist who wants to dedicate the coming year to launching a new social justice initiative (of their choosing) to change the world! 
  • Check out the Brandeis Collegiate Institute summer program

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