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Program Alum

Jewish Federation of North America (JFNA)

APPLICATION LINK

Your changemakers journey begins with a three-week summer intensive that fosters growth, engagement, and leadership in the Jewish community. Each week will focus on a specific theme that builds on the prior week’s topics. The story of self, the story of us, the story of now. Gain new insight into yourself, the broader Jewish community, and the issues they care about. Come out ready to take initiative in shaping the Jewish future in your communities, based on shared values. Feel empowered to speak out and advocate. Deepen personal connection to the local Jewish community and the broader Jewish world.

If you have any questions contact shaymorrel@gmail.com.
Please note in application that you were referred by Shaina Morrel.

Program and Worship Coordinator

Bethesda Jewish Congregation

301-469-8636

April 2021 Bethesda Jewish Congregation
Program and Worship Coordinator:
Bethesda Jewish Congregation is seeking a spirited creative and engaging individual to
be our Program and Worship Coordinator. B JC i s an innovative, warm, diverse and
inclusive community, promoting Jewish values of social justice and spirituality. W e hope
to find an individual who, with our Rabbi and our community will create programs that
speak to our members, and inspire others to join us. The position will require flexibility
and an ability to be creative and adapt to current events and conditions.
Description:
The Program and Worship Coordinator will work i n partnership with the Rabbi, BJC
Staff, and several committees of the Board. They are responsible for creation,
marketing, delivery, and evaluation of BJC’s programs; and will look for ways to
integrate and build on the strengths of one program into the next to elevate BJC’s
connection with members and prospective members.
Responsibilities:
Develop and implement innovative and meaningful spiritual programming for the BJC
community in partnership with the Rabbi.
Support Rabbi during Shabbatot and holidays; including logistics and preparation on
Fridays, as well as attendance and participation i n at l east 3 Shabbat evening
services/month.
Initiate, implement and promote small- and large- scale programs i n collaboration with
staff and board committees including Program, Social Action, Education,
Interfaith/Inter-Congregational, and Fundraising.
Planning and budgeting, logistical support, volunteer engagement, marketing and social
media, evaluation of all programs.
Provide and update content, as i t relates to programs, website, weekly bulletins,
monthly newsletter, and other social media outlets.
Regular attendance at committee meetings and board meetings, typically evenings.
Other duties as required.
Qualifications:
• A creative and proactive organizer of programs and people i n a collaborative
environment.
• Ability and willingness to staff and be present for at l east 3 Shabbats/month
• College degree,
• Experienced in managing social media presence, including outreach.
• Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work across diverse constituencies
• At least 3 years of cumulative experience working i n a Jewish communal setting.
• Capable of working i ndependently, as well as collaboratively
Salary Range - $35,000 - $40,000
Additional Benefits: Synagogue Membership i ncluding High Holy Day Tickets for Family
Fulltime: 80% FTE
Location as of 7/1/21: On-site requirement, with opportunity for some remote hours
This is a great opportunity if you are looking for flexible work, with a combination of
weekday office hours, evenings and High Holy Days. BJC is the place, if you want to
make an impact in a community with people of big hearts and open minds. We look to
inspire individuals and assist them in charting their own spiritual
journeys within BJC
and in the larger community, doing our part to improve the world and sustain the
institutions of Jewish life here and around the world

Education Program Associate

Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL)

601-362-6357

Your 2021-2023 Southern Adventure Awaits!

The Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL) needs energetic and enthusiastic Education Program Associates to live in Jackson, Mississippi, and travel across our Southern Region.

The ISJL’s mission is to support, connect, and celebrate Jewish Life in the South. The Education Pillar of the ISJL seeks to provide every Jewish child in a synagogue with an excellent Jewish education, no matter where they live or the size of their religious school. Education Program Associates work for two years with Jewish communities across the South who range in size from fewer than ten students to hundreds of students. Education Program Associates will receive extensive training as they work to:
• Provide resources to directors and teachers in implementing a comprehensive religious school curriculum
• Execute stellar and innovative programming in Jewish communities across the South
• Lead Shabbat, holiday, and other worship services
• Create exciting programming for all age groups
• Participate in writing curriculum

What you will gain:
ISJL Education Program Associates gain tremendous experience in this position building education, communal service, t'filah (worship), and leadership skills in their time at the Institute. Education Program Associates are based in our office in Jackson, Mississippi, and travel all over the South visiting unique communities. On-the-job training is provided, as well as salary, expenses, and benefits. Upon completion of their time at the Institute, many Education Program Associates get accepted into top graduate programs and receive quality job offers in the Jewish community.

Qualifications:
College degree, involvement in Jewish life/ organizations, résumé, and (eventually) two reference contacts.

To apply:
Send a cover letter and resume to Rabbi Matt Dreffin (jewisheducation@isjl.org).

Several Positions Available at Camp in Maine!

Camp Kingswood

6174331688

Camp Kingswood is a traditional, co-ed, jewish, sleep-away camp in Maine with campers from all over the world aged 7-17! After closing last summer due to covid, we are excited to safely re-open this summer for the best summer ever! We're still looking for some people to join our team for this summer, and you might be a perfect fit! We offer some of the most competitive salaries anywhere, room and board included, transportation assistance as needed, and incredible leadership development and networking opportunities!

We are looking for people in the following roles:
Woodworking Specialist
Arts and Crafts Specialist
General Counselor
Teen Counselor
Special Needs Counselor (Male)
Assistant Unit Head (all age groups)
Animal Care Specialist
Farming Specialist
Sports Specialist
Canoe/Kayak Specialist
Lifeguard
Sailing Specialist
Waterskiing Specialist
Arts and Crafts Supervisor
Nature Supervisor
Unit Head (all ages)

Please let me know if you have any questions! Anyone interested in learning more can reach out to me directly at jon@campkingswood.org

Work at Camp This Summer!

Foundation for Jewish Camp

APPLICATION LINK

Real in-person connections. Time Outside. A chance to make a difference. This summer, be part of an amazing community and join us at camp! Regardless of your career path, camp experiences allow you to learn and develop skills that will enhance your job marketability too.

Interested in working at a camp this summer but not sure which one? Let the Foundation for Jewish Camp help you find your summer home. Visit www.jewishcamp.org/summer to learn more.

Early childhood educator

Adas Israel Synagogue - Gan HaYeled Preschool

339-223-8914

Gan HaYeled Preschool: Now hiring assistant and lead teachers and special educators for the 2021-2022 school year. Part- and full-time positions available. We are a Reggio Emilia-Inspired, Jewish values-based preschool in Northwest Washington, DC. We believe children are full citizens with powerful ideas and voices. We are an inclusive school and celebrate the developmental differences of each child. Our educators are learners and leaders whose voices and ideas shape the school around them. We have a Co-Educator model where all members of the teaching team contribute to the classroom meaningfully. To learn more about us, visit our website. To join our team, email our Assistant Director, Darci Lewis at Darci.Lewis@AdasIsrael.org. Please include a cover letter and your resume in your email. Full job posting available here.

Executive Director

Tivnu: Building Justice

9712825211

Gap Year Resident Mentor & Advisor:

Tivnu: Building Justice is looking for a caring, organized, and dedicated individual to complete our Jewish social justice gap year staff team. The Tivnu Gap Year Resident Advisor & Mentor will live on site in Portland, Oregon with Gap Year participants (aged 17-20), mentor program participants in formal and informal settings, contribute to creating an atmosphere of personal and communal growth, and perform a variety of organizational support tasks. For full job description see https://tivnu.org/careers/.

Reports to: Executive Director
Salary: Room, meals, utilities (worth approximately $1,100/month), plus stipend of $1,275-1,400/month
Commitment: mid-August, 2020 – May, 2021

Overnight Camp Counselor

Capital Camps & Retreat Center

240-283-6150

Looking for an amazing COVID-safe summer experience? We are looking for you! Located just 70 miles from the DMV in the Catoctin Mountains, Capital Camps is the premier Jewish community sleepaway camp for rising 2nd through 12th graders. Daily arts, sports and aquatics at our pool and lake offer FUN for everyone. Being a staff member at Capital Camps builds on leadership skills, teamwork and perseverance. More and more employers are looking for these exact skills. Build your resume AND have fun!

Join us at our Capital Camps Virtual Job Fair on March 7th at 3:30pm to hear more about our open positions for cabin counselors, life guards and more! (zoom link, https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0sd-yqrTsrHdIzqmdbXdDy9bnGitUSCVh9)

Jewish Farming Fellowship at Urban Adamah; Berkeley, CA

Urban Adamah

5106491595

The Urban Adamah Fellowship is a three-month residential program for adults ages 21 – 35 that integrates urban organic farming, progressive Jewish learning, and communal living. The fellowship program also weaves in themes of mindfulness, food justice, social action, and leadership. Fellows live, learn, and work on our urban farm campus. We accept up to 14 individuals per fellowship season, each Summer and Fall.

Now in its tenth year, the Urban Adamah Fellowship has graduated over 300 young adults who have gone on to work in the fields of environmental education and policy, sustainable agriculture, community organizing, Jewish education, politics, social entrepreneurship, urban farming, and much more!

Young Adult Programs Associate

Urban Adamah

5106491595

The Urban Adamah Fellowship is a three-month residential program for adults ages 21 – 35 that integrates urban organic farming, progressive Jewish learning, and communal living. The fellowship program also weaves in themes of mindfulness, food justice, social action, and leadership. Fellows live, learn, and work on our urban farm campus. We accept up to 14 individuals per fellowship season, each Summer and Fall.

Now in its tenth year, the Urban Adamah Fellowship has graduated over 300 young adults who have gone on to work in the fields of environmental education and policy, sustainable agriculture, community organizing, Jewish education, politics, social entrepreneurship, urban farming, and much more!

Camp Photographer

Camp Seneca Lake

954-394-2020

APPLICATION LINK

Do you love photography? Are you the family shutterbug or currently take pictures for the GW Hatchet?
We are looking for a couple of college age student who is interested in working at a great Jewish sleep away camp this coming Summer taking pictures and learning under an award winning photojournalist & advertising photographer while getting paid.
The dates are June 25th - August 17th.
The camp is located in the mountains of Pennsylvania and has everything that you can ask for. The amenities at the camp are amazing. It even has it's own kosher ice cream parlor and full paintball course on campus! Spend the Summer in a carefree covid Free bubble with a great group of fellow collage kids. The staff usually has as much fun as the kids.
There are staff basketball, tennis, and paint ball leagues.
Please contact Joshua Prezant at joshua@joshuaprezant.com to get more information.