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Sleep Away Camp Counselor
Lake Owego Camp for Boys
Greetings from Summer Camp!
Ethan here from Lake Owego Camp: A premier overnight summer camp for boys in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.
I'm hoping you can forward this email along to your students, especially those that may be interested in an out-of-the-box summer job that focuses on fun outdoors and can often be used toward Internship credit!
Lake Owego Camp is looking for fun, responsible and enthusiastic counselors for this summer. We are located in the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern PA (just 2 hours from NYC). Pine Forest Camp (co-ed campers) and Camp Timber Tops (girls campers) are also looking for counselors.
Great salary, all travel expenses and room and board (that's free food!) included. Meet and work with people from all over the world and make a difference in the life of a child.
We invite you to check out our website, our camp staff page, and to watch our videos. Our Instagram is pretty cool, too! If you’re interested in becoming part of our team for Summer 2022, please submit an application and we’ll reach out to set-up an interview.
Let me know if you have any preliminary questions and I hope to see you at camp!
I personally have spent 13 summers here. I am not just a representative - this is my home. :)
Dates: June 20, 2022 - August 12, 2022
Apply online at www.lakeowego.com or email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org!
A GREAT SUMMER AWAITS!
Lake Owego Camp
Religious School Teachers
Temple Solel, a Reform congregation in Bowie, MD, is seeking religious school teachers this Fall for K-7th grades. Classes meet in-person from 9am-12pm on Sunday mornings. Successful candidates will be provided the Shalom Learning curriculum along with support and resources to be successful. Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Religious School Principal
Temple Solel, a Reform Jewish congregation in Bowie, Maryland serving Prince George’s, Anne Arundel, Calvert counties and the surrounding area, is seeking a Religious School Principal. The approximately 200-family congregation enrolls 75 - 100 children in its Sunday morning Pre-K through Grade 12 religious school. As a member of the congregation’s leadership, the Principal will report directly to the Temple Board and work collaboratively with both the Rabbi and Education Committee to design, administer, direct, and supervise the educational programs.
The Principal is responsible for the overall day-to-day operations and leadership of the religious school. The desired candidate will help educate students and support teachers in the implementation of the Shalom Learning curriculum. The individual manages the school, including recruiting, hiring, and supervising teachers, staff and interns. The Principal proposes the annual budget for the religious school to the Temple Board, monitors expenditures, and provides a monthly report to the Temple’s Budget and Finance Committee. The individual is also responsible for ordering and maintaining books and supplies for the religious school.
The Principal should be comfortable interacting and working with a wide range of individuals, both in the school and the greater community, as a representative of Temple Solel and the Religious School to create a positive Jewish experience for the students and families.
Preferred Skills and Experience:
• Enthusiasm and desire to create a warm and welcoming environment and enrich the already engaged community at Temple Solel through Religious Education
• Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities
• Ability to work collaboratively with the Rabbi, Temple Board, religious school families, and the Temple Solel community
• Prior supervisory experience
• Models Jewish values and has a keen understanding of Judaism
• Knowledge of Hebrew
• A degree in Education or Judaic Studies preferred
This is a part-time, 15-20 hours per week position.
Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Religious School Teachers 2022-2023!
Congregation Adat Reyim
We are hiring for the 2022-2023/5783 school year!
Congregation Adat Reyim is a welcoming, inclusive congregation located 15-miles from Washington DC. Our name - which means a “community of friends” - values an inclusive approach to Judaism. We are an independent congregation of approximately 250 households that values the richness of Jewish tradition and respects the many ways our diverse community members connect to each other and the Divine. We believe in working cooperatively and collaboratively to create programs, curricular activities, and budgets in a manner that promotes the educational development of each student and the professional development of each staff member.
Our Religious School embraces the concepts of “adat” and “b’yachad”. We are a community and we are in this together. We are proud of our dedicated teachers who return year after year due to their tremendous investment in our community and our children. Ideal candidates will have some teaching experience, preferably in a Jewish educational setting, enthusiasm for working with children, passion, and a demonstrated commitment to Judaism. Candidates should be comfortable with project-based learning and other hands-on modalities to meet the needs of our diverse learners.
Our program meets on Sunday mornings 9:00-11:30 AM (in-person) for Kindergarten-7th grade and mid-week afternoons (online and in-person) for 3rd-6th grade. **Teaching times may change due to COVID restrictions.
In addition to prior teaching experience, applicants should have the following requirements:
1. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, technological, and communication skills
2. An understanding of central themes in Jewish education such as holidays, lifecycle and texts, Torah, Hebrew, etc.
3. The ability to create and implement hands-on, interactive, and engaging lesson plans and teach with enthusiasm
4. Ability to attend occasional community-building Shabbat dinners and holiday programs during the year as needed.
5. Be comfortable with switching to online/hybrid learning as needed. Must own a personal computer with access to Zoom.
6. Must be available for in-person professional development sessions on a few Sundays, in August
Join our teaching team and make a difference in a child's life. Become a part of the Religious School staff and share your creativity and passion for Judaism and learning with our students.
Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.
We can't wait to welcome you to our warm, welcoming community of friends at Congregation Adat Reyim!
Congregation Adat Reyim
Congregation Adat Reyim is a welcoming, inclusive, growing congregation located 15-miles from Washington DC. Our name - which means a “Community of Friends” - values an inclusive approach to Judaism. We are an independent congregation of approximately 250 households that values the richness of Jewish tradition and respects the many ways our diverse community members connect to each other and the Divine.
The Youth Director is a part-time position of 10 hours/week under the supervision of our Religious Education Director. The goal of this position is to provide a meaningful and positive experience for our Teen Program. The Youth Director will coordinate events throughout the year for the children of our members. Duties will begin on or about August 1, 2022 and continue throughout the school year, to the end of May/beginning of June 2023. There is a possibility to start before Summer 2022 under the right circumstances. The Youth Director will be responsible for all informal programming for children in 8th-12th grade. The Youth Director will be expected to create a programming calendar and communicate effectively with the office staff to coordinate events. In addition, the Youth Director will manage the Madrichim program under the direction of the Religious Education Director.
Position responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Manage our monthly teen email update and other email communications/reminders to teens and parents. Communicate with teens on other platforms as needed (text, Remind app, Instagram, phone calls, etc.) under the direction of the Religious Education Director.
- Keep in constant contact with all teens, parents, and staff members as necessary.
- Create flyers, promote, market and advertise all youth events.
- Communicate with the synagogue office staff to coordinate events when needed.
- Communicate effectively and maintain productive and positive relationships with volunteers, office staff, the Rabbi, parents, the board, and the community.
- Maintain a basic database of teens in our program, making sure that information is correct and up-to-date.
- Assist with registration, attendance, sign-ups for programs, events, service opportunities, and learnings.
- Order and pick up food/supplies for teen programming when needed.
- Responsible for all basic set up and clean up for all Madrichim & Teen Programs
- Assist the religious school and director during Sunday morning classes (9:00-11:30 AM)
-Create, organize, execute all teen programs (1-2 times per month)
-Supervise/mentor the Madrichim on Sunday mornings during religious school
-Lead 1 leadership session per month for the Madrichim, in collaboration with the Religious Education Director.
-Assist with planning and preparing for Confirmation ceremony/weekend
- Foster relationships between teens of all ages and backgrounds; empower teens to try new things and develop new friendships.
- Possibility of creating a "youth board," a small group of teens who meet to help guide the teen program, under the direction of the Youth Director and Religious Education Director.
- Possibility of accompanying teens and chaperones on weekend or multi-day trips.
- If COVID prevents us from being in person, the requirement would be to be present and engaged in Zoom meetings.
10-12 hours/week. It will vary week to week.
Must be on-site and available on Sundays for religious school (9:00-11:30 AM), teen program events (usually Sunday afternoon/evenings), and a select few Friday evening and Saturday programs throughout the year. All other work can be done remotely or in the office.
Must be available to lead teen programming for High Holidays and other community holiday programs as needed.
Will meet twice a month with the Religious Education Director.
Strong organizational skills and communications experience.
A robust Jewish background (cultural and/or religious), who is passionate and enthusiastic about Judaism and Jewish life.
Have experience with youth and teens aged 12-18.
College graduate preferred, but not required.
Proven reliability and experience navigating change, including pandemic response.
Demonstrated ability to create vibrant and invigorating Jewish informal teen programming.
Demonstration of respect for, acceptance of, and inclusion of families of diverse backgrounds and experiences – especially Jewish diversity.
You must have access to a cell phone, reliable computer and internet access.
Experience with Shulcloud, if possible, or ability to learn.
Salary is competitive and dependent on experience.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to Leah Miller, Religious Education Director, at email@example.com.
This course is an online 10-lesson series designed to train you to prepare bar/bat-mitzvah students for their big day. All sessions are taught via Zoom.
Perks for Completing the Course
When you successfully finish the course you will be given a certificate of completion and be guaranteed an offer of part-time employment with FreelanceJudaism. This comes with the following benefits:
Starting salary of $45+ / hour
Mentorship with Rabbi Feivel Rubinstein
Access to all FreelanceJudaism teaching resources
FJ will work to find you students for 1-on-1 training (in person or online) and will offer letters of recommendation at your local your synagogue or Hebrew schools.
Schedule of Training
All classes taught online are 1-hour long sessions, from 3:00pm - 4:00pm CENTRAL time. All sessions are taught via Zoom.
Sunday, June 12th - Brief History of the Hebrew Language
Thursday, June 16th - Brief History of Jewish Prayer
Sunday, June 26th - Understanding the Service: An Overview
Thursday, June 30th - Understanding the Service: Weekday
Sunday, July 3rd - Understanding the Service: Shabbat
Thursday, July 7th - Teaching Hebrew & Liturgy (The 6 Steps)
Sunday, July 10th - Teaching Torah & Haftarah
Thursday, July 14th - Fundamentals of the Classroom: Virtual vs In-Person
Sunday, July 24th - Labwork: Practice Teaching
Thursday, July 28th: Assessment / FJ Resources & Mentorship
Classes will be recorded for those who are unable to attend, but no more than 3 class may be missed to complete the class and be eligible for the benefits.
$360/person for registration (comes out to $36/hour)
Anyone who accepts a teaching position with FJ will receive $180 back upon taking their first student.
NO prior teaching experience is required
MUST have familiarity with the Hebrew alphabet
Do NOT need to be comfortable with conversational Hebrew
MUST be 18+ to apply
Ideal participants are college students, or college-aged
May live anywhere in the United States
LIMITED TO 10 PARTICIPANTS
Summer camp staff
Camp Walt Whitman
From the moment you arrive on the shores of Lake Armington you will be surrounded by New Hampshire's beautiful White Mountains and by an amazing group of people. Each summer over 200 staff members from across the globe converge and form some of the best friends of their life. Last year, our staff came to us from 37 states and 17 countries. Staff comes back to camp summer after summer because of the people.
Working at camp is demanding; the hours are long and the responsibility is tremendous. However, the rewards are priceless. Staff members at Walt Whitman truly make a positive impact on the lives of our campers. Our staff, which is amongst the best in the camping industry, have a passion for working with children and enjoy sharing their knowledge and experience.
Days are filled with exciting activities. Imagine playing basketball, baseball, hockey or field hockey, painting watercolors or throwing a clay pot, flying down the zip line at the ropes course, or serving and volleying on our tennis courts with a great group of kids, all in one day. A day at camp is a blast!
You will challenge yourself on hikes and waterskiing, but you will also have the opportunity to accomplish your personal goals. We want you to gain a wealth of new experiences. Travel throughout New England; gain valuable work experience. We feel that if you have the summer of your life our campers will too, and they will remember you for a lifetime!
Client Advisory Associate
Company Description: Pathstone is an independently operated partner-owned advisory firm, offering families, family offices, and select nonprofit institutions comprehensive family office services and customized investment advice. We seek to make a difference in the lives of our clients and their families and offer a holistic and clear path for professional and personal growth.
Pathstone has 13 locations around the country but operates as one office and one team. Applicants should be individuals who thrive on collaboration and are eager to work with a growing and diverse team.
Our team members are encouraged to pursue their passions by serving on a variety of committees within the firm covering a variety of interesting topics. We also offer LinkedIn Learning classes to our team members for opportunities for personal and professional enrichment.
Pathstone provides a competitive benefits package for our employees.
This role supports the firm’s DC office.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree. Prior experience in the financial management industry, specifically Client Operations and Administration, and past full-time office experience is a plus, but not required for recent graduates.
The ideal candidate will possess strong analytical, quantitative, problem-solving, and client service skills. Being detail-oriented and understanding time-sensitive issues are extremely important, along with having solid PC and Microsoft Office suite skills, particularly Excel. Being comfortable speaking with clients and their other professional relationships concerning money movement, account openings, trades within accounts, and basic daily operations is a plus. They will need to show a positive attitude and initiative in all aspects of the position, as well as demonstrate the ability to prioritize tasks in the face of competing demands. Strong verbal and written communication skills are important to the role. Basic understanding of investments including mutual funds, separately managed accounts, and alternatives is a preferred.
Job Description: Provide assistance to a Client Advisory Team in all manner of client service and daily operations, as well as administrative duties and special projects, which can include preparing performance analysis, investment manager background, and client presentation material.
Job Responsibilities: Provide support to a Client Advisory Team in the communication and implementation of client investment strategies. Draft letters of instruction, complete account applications, manager agreements and fund subscription documents, organize supporting documentation, and follow the process through in tandem with the firm’s Capital Markets Group. Act as information provider to accountants, banks, investment managers and other professionals also supporting clients. At the same time, they should enjoy learning and growing and be motivated to take on new challenges. Due to the required expertise in all client operational matters, this role will serve as additional support in the quarterly reporting process, specifically in reconciling and otherwise reviewing client reports.
Pathstone is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
Job Type: Full-time
Flexible spending account
Paid time off
Professional development assistance
Moishe House Arlington
617 417 7161
Whether you love to host gatherings, facilitate conversations, create spaces for Jewish rituals, or just to bring people together, becoming a Moishe House or Pod (pronounced “moy-shuh”) resident provides you with the opportunity to create a pluralistic Jewish community that’s yours! Moishe House invites Jewish young adults to create monthly programming with your roommate(s) for your local community and become a part of a global Jewish network. We provide the tools and support, you create the programs that fit your interests and community – all are welcome to apply!
Not sure if you should be a Moishe House resident because you’ve felt like you didn’t belong in a Jewish community previously, didn’t feel “Jewish enough”, or may not have a deep Jewish historical or ritual knowledge?
Not sure if you should be a Moishe House resident because you’re Shabbat-observant, keep intentionally kosher, and have a deep love for torah and singing zemirot around the table?
Guess what – you may be EXACTLY who we’re looking for! Moishe House is looking to open intentionally kosher and Shabbat-observant locations AND locations for those of you who have felt you’ve never belonged. Please contact us so we can tell you more!
Religious School Teachers for Grades K-7 on Sunday Mornings
Temple Emanuel, a progressive Reform congregation in Kensington, MD, is seeking religious school teachers this Fall for K-7th grades. Classes meet in-person from 9am to 11am on Sunday mornings. Successful candidates will embrace an educational philosophy that focuses on stimulating student curiosity, exploration, and discovery. Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
IPF Atid National Organizing Fellow
Israel Policy Forum
Working closely with the IPF Atid staff, the IPF Atid National Organizing Fellow will focus on engaging leaders of Israel Policy Forum’s young professionals program and the wider community. This position, ideal for recent college graduates and early-career professionals, will support and develop creative, inclusive, and impactful programs and initiatives for IPF Atid communities. The National Organizing Fellow will be involved in advancing many aspects of IPF Atid’s work, including educational programs that promote and animate IPF’s mission, policy objectives, and core content, as well as building and strengthening relationships with members of the IPF Atid network.
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