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University of Cincinnati & Oranim College


Leadership and Diversity in the 21st Century: Shared Society in Israel and the Galilee

June 16-July 2, 2024

Sponsored by: Oranim College and the University of Cincinnati

Location: Oranim College, Israel

Oranim International, in partnership with UC International, invites applications for a new immersive undergraduate program on modern Israel and the rich history and diverse cultures of the Galilee, with a focus on equity, inclusion, and democracy.

Co-taught by Oranim and UC faculty, the program is based at Oranim College, located in northern Israel on the outskirts of the city of Haifa. Core classes: (a) "Contemporary Israel," (b) "Communities of the Galilee," and (c) "Leadership for Social Change and Shared Society." Other program components include weekly electives, meetings with Galilee activists and thought leaders from different walks of life, and field trips to Galilee historical sites, towns, and cities (Tiberias, Nazareth, Safed).

Tuition: $2,800 USD / 4 credits

• Tuition includes academic instruction, housing, lunch (Sunday to Friday), field trips, daily shuttle to/from Oranim College, and official transcript upon completion of program.

• Participants will lodge in a renovated historic hotel in Haifa's lively downtown port area, equipped with kitchen facility

• Students are responsible for their own international travel to/from Israel

• See Oranim International School website for FAQs and details

• Students wishing to earn 5 credits may complete a separate research project, details TBA

• For information about travel grants and tuition scholarships, see the Oranim International website


• Open to undergraduates enrolled at North American colleges and universities

• Required: completed application, interview, two letters of recommendation

• Deposit: $250 USD

Application Deadline: February 1, 2024; Notification: February 20, 2024

Please direct inquiries to:
Prof. Mark Raider, University of Cincinnati -
Prof. Rachel Ravid, Oranim College -


Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

As part of the RAC's Ohio Reproductive Freedom Campaign, we are facilitating a postcarding effort to ask Ohio residents to vote “yes” on the ballot initiative that would help to protect reproductive freedom in Ohio. We need volunteers to help put together postcard kits at the RAC office in DuPont Circle. We would love for volunteers to sign up for two-hour shifts from September 11 to October 12.

Access to abortion in Ohio is tenuous – an abortion ban is currently blocked by a legal injunction that can be overturned at any time. This election has important national implications – Ohio is the only state where abortion is on the ballot in 2023 and a win in Ohio could set the stage for access to reproductive healthcare in more states across the country in the years to come. We need your help to ensure reproductive freedom for people in Ohio and across the country!

Please reach out to with any questions!

Cool Family Seeks Sometimes Babysitter

Goodstein/Kelly Family



We’re Emily (40), Ron (40), and Edie (3)! We live in Van Ness right on Connecticut Avenue in Washington, DC one block from the UDC Metro on the red line. There are tons of bus stops right by our building, too. We work with a fantastic nanny during the week but we are looking for an occasional weekend and weekday evening babysitter.

Emily runs a digital marketing agency and works from home. Ron works for the US Treasury and splits his time working from home and his office downtown. Edie is spunky and fun. She loves anything related to babies or baby dolls, to run, jump, tumble, and eat chocolate. She’s fully potty trained. We are looking for occasional childcare 3-4 evenings per month.

The rate for this role is $20/hour. Proof of full covid vaccination is required. If you’re interested, get in touch by email at to arrange a time to meet us!

Program Coordinator

Tel Aviv University International MA

T: +972-3-6408099

Come to study Archaeology and History of the Bible,
IN the Land of the Bible!

One year MA, Ancient Israel Studies; Department of Archaeology taught entirely in English at Tel Aviv University.
Scholarships are available!

The unique program puts students at the forefront of archaeological, historical, and biblical research, with cutting edge field methodologies and hi tech innovations for analyzing the past in our labs.

The combination of classroom, field trips and archaeological excavation season in the summer provides an intellectual and social component like no other program.

The vibrant and nurturing environment of the program is unparalleled and prepares students for an academic or professional global career in a broad range of Archaeology and related professions.

Religious School Teacher

Congregation Beth El

301-652-8569 x119


Religious School Teachers – 2023-2024

Seeking energetic, enthusiastic, fun and responsible people who are interested in creating positive Jewish experiences for children. Congregation Beth El, a vibrant egalitarian congregation in Bethesda, Maryland, is looking for teachers who can help inspire our students to connect to Judaism and their Jewish heritage. Candidates should send a resume and a brief cover note to Elisha Rothschild Frumkin, Education Director: ( No phone calls please. We encourage you to visit our website: to learn more about us.

Possible positions may include:
• 1st-2nd Grade Sunday morning
• 3rd-6th Grade Electives teachers
• 7th-10th Grade Tuesday evenings

What YOU Bring:
• Love of working with children
• Personal enthusiasm about Judaism and being Jewish
• Desire to create positive relationships with each of your students
• Ability to collaborate with other members of the faculty
• Ability to foster respect for others, a commitment to Jewish values, and Tikkun Olam (repairing the world).

Unique talents or interests are welcome! Singers and guitar players, those with artistic or culinary talents, teachers who love the outdoors and/or have camp counselor experience, those with technical/social media skills, and teachers who can involve students and parents in social action projects are a plus! Salary are based upon hourly rates ranging from $35-80/hour, based upon education and experience.

Location: Congregation Beth El, Bethesda, MD (Not far from the Bethesda Metro stop)

Program Coordinator

Tel Aviv University International Program

T: +972-3-6408099

Come to Study History & Archaeology of the Bible, IN the Land of the Bible. Scholarships available! Our unique program puts students at the forefront of archaeological, historical, and biblical research. The International Graduate Program in Ancient Israel Studies at Tel Aviv University is an intensive one year MA, taught entirely in English. The outstanding program offers students “hands on” experience digging Israel’s ancient past, while learning the region’s fascinating and complex history, back to Biblical times and beyond.

The combination of classroom, fieldtrips and archaeological excavation season in the summer provides an intellectual and social component like no other MA program. The vibrant and nurturing environment of the program is unparalleled and prepares students for an academic and/or professional global career in Archaeology and related fields.

Sunday School Teacher

Beth Chai Congregation



Beth Chai in Bethesda is looking for creative, energetic and engaging teachers for the upcoming school year. As a Jewish humanist congregation, our curriculum focuses on Jewish history, culture, community and values, rather than liturgy or Hebrew. Our class size is small and our community is warm and welcoming. We offer a competitive salary and provide a detailed curriculum, plus lots of support, to teachers. We meet on Sunday mornings at Burning Tree Elementary School from 9:30 am to noon.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact Rabbi Debbie Cohen at

Saturday School Educators

New Synagogue Project


New Synagogue Project Kollel, our Kindergarten through 7th grade kids’ education program, is hiring educators for the 2023-2024 school year!

About Us
The New Synagogue Project (“NSP”) is a synagogue founded in 2018 and located in the Petworth neighborhood of DC. Our mission is to build a spiritually vibrant, radically inclusive Jewish community that reflects our vision for a world of justice, equity, and liberation. Our community is being built by and for religious, secular, and atheist Jews, families with kids, partnered and single people, queer and trans people, disabled and chronically ill people, D/deaf and hard of hearing folks, interfaith families, Jews of color and white Jews, and anyone interested in exploring and experiencing Jewish life.

You can read more about NSP on our website:

You can read more about Kollel and check out highlights from our 2022-23 year:

You can view the descriptions for Teachers and Assistant teachers:

To apply, please email a 1 page resume (and optional: cover letter, 300 words or less) to with the subject line “Kollel application.”

If you are interested in teaching a specific age group, please make note of that in your application. If you are proficient in and interested in teaching Hebrew reading skills, please make note of that in your application as well. (Hebrew learning will be separate from the main class. Prospective teachers are not required to teach Hebrew.)

NSP is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to racial equity, accessibility, and social justice. Sephardi and Mizrahi Jews, Black and Indigenous people, people of color, people with disabilities, and LGBTQIA people are strongly encouraged to apply. NSP does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, sex, age, gender identity or expression, or other status protected by applicable law.

L'Taken Staff Assistant

Religious Action Center (RAC)

(202) 387-2800

Staff assistants support the work of both the RAC staff and congregational chaperones by assisting with the preparation and execution of programs, on-site transitions, program materials set-up and break-down, assisting with technology set up, helping to supervise the students, staffing the off-site field trip, and lending an extra hand when needed. This is an ideal position for someone interested in learning more about program preparation and execution.

Staff assistants are expected to work from Friday afternoon (4:30 p.m.) until Sunday afternoon (around 1:15 p.m.). All meals and hotel accommodations are provided during this timeframe.

18 years or older (generally staff assistants are young adults 18-25)
Demonstrate a can-do attitude and an eagerness to jump in to ensure that programs run smoothly
Exhibit excellent customer service skills
Are eager to be agile and help as needed
Can execute instructions given verbally
Can spend many hours on their feet
Are available to participate in one of two 2-hour training sessions. Dates will be shared in the fall.

Shabbat Morning Program Staff



Congregation HTAA seeks creative high school/college students o lead the Shabbat morning program twice a month.

About this position:
3 hours on Shabbat morning (10:00 am – 1:00 pm), twice a month.

Responsibilities include leading Shabbat morning program for children ages 2-5, highlighting themes from Jewish texts, stories, and concepts in a fun and welcoming environment.

10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Qualifications of our ideal candidate include:
Previous experience as a counselor-in-training or working with kids.

Personal interest in working directly with preschool-aged children.

Proficiency in and love for Jewish life and practice, aligning with the Congregation HTAA joint mission and values.

Ability to work with children from diverse Jewish backgrounds, including those educated in Hebrew and Jewish day schools.

Availability to work on Shabbat and Yom Tov is a plus.

Please contact Hadas for more information:

Hadas Barak
Program Director
Congregation Har Tzeon-Agudath Achim
1840 University Blvd. West
Silver Spring, MD 20902 || phone: 301 649-3800/fax 301-649-3112

After School Staff



Our Afterschool program is searching for a few amazing, energetic individuals to round out our afterschool staff.

Afterschool Staff run the EDCJCC’s daily after school program for PreK-5th graders.
Responsibilities include creating and running fun, interactive activities for the children; child
pickup from nearby elementary school; overseeing snack and homework time; getting children
to their assigned electives (swim, art, martial arts, etc.) in a timely manner; and supervising
changing for swimming among other duties as assigned.

The pay is $18/hr Mondays-Fridays from 3:00-6:00 PM. Flexible scheduling available.

Additional hours may be added for child pick-up or no school days on a case-by-case basis.

Part-time Assistant Director of Youth & Teen Engagement (25 hours per week)

Temple Sinai of Roslyn

516-621-6800 ext 116

Temple Sinai of Roslyn is seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic Part-time Assistant Director of Youth & Teen Engagement to join our team. This pivotal support role involves providing essential administrative support while actively contributing to the development and execution of exciting youth group programs and teen initiatives inside our Temple Sinai building and beyond. In addition to the specific tasks outlined below the ideal candidate for this position is someone who is excited to collaborate with and support the Director of Youth & Teen Engagement in the full scope of the work.

We are seeking a recent graduate in the NY area, or interested in moving to the NY area.

The supervisor for this role is a proud GW Hillel Alum!

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