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Babysitter for 3 weeks old

Baila Haim-GW Law School



Hi! I am a first year law student at GW Law school. I had a baby about two weeks ago and am looking for someone to come on campus a few hours a day to watch her while I am in class. I can have one person for all the times for separate people for different points in the day so if you are available only for one shift still message me! This is just until the end of the fall semester and I will relook in spring when I get my new schedule.

Hours needed on GW Law Campus:
Monday: 12:45-3:45
Tuesday: 8:15-11:15; 12:45-2
Wednesday: 9:45-11:15; 2:25-5:05
Thursday: 8:15-11:15; 2:20-3:40

Babysitter for 3 week old

Baila Haim-GW Law School



Hi! I am a first year law student at GW Law school. I had a baby about two weeks ago and am looking for someone to come on campus a few hours a day to watch her while I am in class. I can have one person for all the times for separate people for different points in the day so if you are available only for one shift still message me! This is just until the end of the fall semester and I will relook in spring when I get my new schedule.

International Convention Administrative Assistant Intern

BBYO International

We’re looking for innovative, self-starting intern to assist the planning and logistics team as we prepare for International Convention.

Who we are: 
We're a global network of passionate professionals excited to make a difference in the lives of Jewish teens. We are the Jewish community's largest and fastest growing pluralistic platform for reaching and inspiring Jewish teens during the schoolyear with 600 teen-led local chapters and over 100 weekend retreats along with a plethora of summer experiences including Israel visits, global travel programs, and leadership camps. We work as a strong and inclusive team and every day is different by design. We are fast-paced, high energy and results driven.

What Is International Convention (IC)?

Over Presidents’ Day weekend more than 5,000 of the Jewish community’s top teen leaders, educators, professionals, and philanthropists from around the world will come together for one of the largest Jewish communal events of the year. Delegates will hear from and meet inspiring speakers, deepen leadership skills, serve the local community, celebrate Shabbat, learn together, have access to exclusive music performances and do their part to strengthen the Jewish Future.

 What You’ll do as an International Convention Administrative Assistant

Respond to email inquiries and voicemails about IC
Follow up with convention participants regarding logistics, travel details and payment via phone
Complete general office duties
Help organize equipment and inventory
Assist our Late-Night Meals team with logistics
Researching and ordering operational items like iPad’s, cots, supplies,
Booking flights for Staff under the direction of the IC Staffing team
Work directly with the IC planning staff to complete various tasks as assigned

Role Requirements:

A creative and responsible self-starter who is comfortable with both taking initiative and working in collaboration with a team
Detail-oriented with excellent written and verbal communication skills
Proficient with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook)
Strong data-entry skills required
A background in BBYO or similar youth/Jewish organization is preferred but not required
Availability to work in BBYO's DC office through mid-February 2022, the number of hours worked per week is flexible, but we are looking for somebody available at least 15 hours per week, up to 40 hours per week.
Unrestricted authorization to work in the U.S. without holding a visa or sponsorship

This is a paid part-time internship compensated at $15.20 per hour


Babysitter Position


We are looking for a babysitter for 4-5 hours on the weekends. We have a 14-month-old son who would love to hang out while we catch up on some work :)
Please only respond if you are vaccinated. You can email me at to discuss further.

Thank you!

Machon Micah Teacher

Temple Micah



Machon Micah, the innovative educational program at Temple Micah in Washington, DC needs more teachers on Sunday mornings and Tuesday afternoons. Ability to decode (read) Hebrew prayers and teach about Jewish Holidays, basic Torah Stories, Israel and Jewish values preferred. We provide all lesson plans and teaching materials! This is a wonderful opportunity to earn extra $$ and be part of one of the most innovative congregations in America today! Please send a c.v. and introductory email to Sharon Tash, Education Director at Temple Micah ( by Monday, August 30th.

After School Staff




After School Staff run the EDJCC’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, overseeing snack and homework time, getting children to their assigned electives in a timely manner, and supervising changing for swimming among other duties as assigned. Wage is commensurate with experience.
Requirements: Must be 18 years of age. The After School Program is offered Mondays-Fridays from 3:00-6:00pm. Flexible scheduling available. Additional hours may be added for child pick-up, or no school days on a case-by-case basis.
Application Process: Interested applicants should send a resume to Arielle Bodner, Director of Camp and Afterschool Programming or 202-777-3245. Contact with any questions.

Religious School Teacher

Congregation Etz Hayim


Congregation Etz Hayim, a Conservative synagogue in Arlington, Virginia, is seeking a Kindergarten teacher for Sunday mornings (9:30 - 12:30). The curriculum includes Jewish values, holidays and basic Aleph Bet Hebrew learning. We are also looking for a 7th Grade teacher for Wednesday afternoons (4:45 - 6:45). The curriculum is tefilla and the Shabbat morning service. We are also looking for a candidate who is trained in Hebrew Through Movement to teach on Sunday mornings.

We plan to be in-person this Fall and will be fully masked in the building. We follow Arlington County public school protocols and may switch to online if needed to keep our community safe.

We value Jewish knowledge, enthusiasm, creativity, love of children, and a sense of humor. Curriculum and support provided. We have small classes, engaged students and parents, and excellent clergy. Salary starts at $30/hour and increases with experience.

We prefer candidates with at least one year's teaching experience in a Jewish congregational school setting or informal Jewish education experience such as camp. Please contact Laura Naide, Director of Religious Education at We look forward to hearing from you!

Senior Program Associate, Alumni Engagement, Project Interchange

American Jewish Committee


Founded in 1906, AJC seeks to enhance the well-being of the Jewish people and Israel, and to advance human rights and democratic values in the United States and around the world. Among Jewish advocacy organizations, AJC is the leader in the global arena. We are known for our unparalleled access to diplomats, government officials, and faith leaders in more than 100 countries. In addition to our New York headquarters and Office of Policy and Diplomatic Affairs in Washington, D.C., AJC has offices across the U.S. and around the globe and maintains partnerships with Jewish communities worldwide.

Project Interchange is an institute of AJC that serves as a strategic tool for all its international institutes and partners, as well as its domestic offices, to build strong relationships with key global leaders that will ultimately strengthen AJC’s advocacy goals.

The Senior Program Associate, Alumni Engagement will support and grow the PI alumni engagement effort within AJC. She/he will support the effective integration of PI alumni into the various areas of AJC global advocacy in collaboration with the appropriate regional offices and departments, and providing continuing education, programming, and advocacy opportunities for those alumni.

The Senior Program Associate does all this while adhering to AJC’s core values: Respect, Teamwork, Integrity, Excellence, and Accountability.

Responsibilities include:
Program Development and Implementation
• Provide conceptual, logistical and organizational support for alumni engagement programs, resources, and activities, including but not limited to: Alumni Briefings (Virtual), Alumni Reunions, Alumni at Global Forum, Alumni Venture Fund, and Alumni Program Grants.

• Format and upload monthly alumni newsletters and event invitations via Luminate.
• Assist the director in preparing updates on alumni impact for AJC/PI websites, donors, foundations, and board members.
• Update Alumni Impact Inventory twice yearly

Alumni Research
• Conduct ongoing alumni research.
• Do daily review of alumni Twitter filters.
Alumni Evaluation
• Create and send four-month post-delegation evaluations.
• Track responses to delegation evaluation and four-month post-delegation evaluation.
• Create annual analysis of delegation evaluations.
• Tally alumni actions categories monthly.
• Create annual analysis of alumni actions.
Organizational and Administrative/Financial affairs
• Upkeep of alumni records and actions on Raiser’s Edge.
• Monthly reports from Raiser’s Edge and Zoom.
• Updates to alumni database and alumni email segment.
• Post-delegation regional hand-offs for U.S. participants.
• Create twice-yearly comprehensive alumni lists for all AJC internal partners.
• Maintain budgetary records.

• BA/BS degree
• 3 to 4 years of relevant experience
• Well-organized, detail-oriented, self-starter with excellent time management skills
• Able to work both independently and as a member of a team.
• Excellent verbal, interpersonal, and presentation skills
• Experience with ACCESS, Raiser’s Edge database, and Excel a plus

AJC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Author Assistant

Gefen Publishing

This fall, Gefen Publishing in Jerusalem, will launch a non-fiction book authored by a GWU alumnus.

We are seeking one creative student who will work directly with the author and the publisher.

Paths of the Righteous profiles eight individuals who have gone above and beyond for Israel and the Jewish people. Over the difficult period of recent years, these diverse leaders – from Africa, Europe and North America - are largely not in the headlines, but their stories can inspire us.

The successful applicant will also have the chance to work with eight profiled leaders.

Location: Washington/Virtual Hybrid

Job Duties & Responsibilities:
Specific projects will vary over the course of the semester. They will include but not be limited to the following:
• Research and database management
• Scheduling and media booking
• Event planning and production
• Social media management
• Editing written material

• Applicants must be American students currently enrolled as undergraduates or graduates
• Applicants must be detail-oriented and have excellent time management
• Applicants should be familiar with the landscape of the organized American Jewish and pro-Israel community
• While flexible with hours, applicants should be prepared to work approximately 10 hours per week (including potentially Sundays and evenings)

Paid Compensation:
Monthly stipend commensurate with experience.

Application Procedure:
Please send a cover letter via the webform. Please do not email.

Fall 2021 Internship (Remote)

West End Strategy Team


Location: Remote

West End Strategy Team is currently accepting applications for paid remote internship positions for the fall 2021 semester. We welcome students from diverse backgrounds to apply and strongly encourage applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, women and LGBTQ candidates.

We are a full-service strategic communications firm working in D.C., New York and Chicago, offering clients a comprehensive approach that includes message development, media relations, online strategy, marketing and crisis communications. Our team works with organizations seeking to enhance their influence on issues including social and economic justice, human rights, civil rights, faith-based advocacy and sustainability. What drives us is the fact that our work touches the lives of real people—women and children, racial and religious minorities, people affected by gun violence, immigrants, working families and so many others.

Given the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, this internship is being offered remotely. Interns will join the team virtually during normal work hours and will collaborate with staff over the phone and via video calls. If and when conditions improve, we can revisit the possibility of returning to an in-office internship. The safety of our staff and interns will remain our number one priority and guide all decisions.

WEST interns have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working closely with progressive, nonprofit and international organizations in a professional setting. Responsibilities include:

Writing and editing materials for distribution to the media
Drafting opinion pieces
Developing social media content
Researching client organizations and their issue areas
Researching target journalists and compiling media lists
Conducting media outreach
Aggregating news content
Various clerical duties.

Through this experience, interns will cultivate a working knowledge of highly relevant political and advocacy organizations, the major issues of the day, and the media.

Interns should be able to commit to 20 hours/week, or two to three work days, working virtually from late August through early December 2021. Office hours are on Eastern time. Each application must include the following: resume, cover letter and writing sample. Please upload the cover letter and writing sample in the same document. Only complete applications will be considered. No phone calls, please.

West End Strategy Team is an equal opportunity employer.

Sunday teaching positions K-12

Ohr Kodesh Congregation


Teach at Ohr Kodesh Congregation, K-12

Teach in our K-7 religious school on Sundays and/or Wednesdays

The Alvin Browdy Religious School uses a Project-Based Learning approach to encourage students in kindergarten through seventh grade to delve deeply into important topics, to become critical thinkers and active participants within their own Jewish journeys. Leveled Hebrew instruction and regular tefilah give students the tools they need to lead services and gain competency in text study and prayer. Professional development options and planning assistance are readily available.

Hours of operation are Wednesdays 4:15pm-6:15pm and Sundays 9:00am-12:00pm, September through early June. While we prefer teachers who are available on both days, a Sunday-only or Wednesday-only option is also possible. We have open positions in a variety of grades. Rates begin at $36/hour.

Teach in our 8-12 grade Sunday evening teen program

Ohr Kodesh Congregation is seeking dynamic Jewish educators for its community-based teen program, Tzohar, for 8th to 12th graders. Tzohar meets October through mid-May, from 5:30pm-7:30pm on Sundays, with an optional 3rd hour of Hebrew instruction from 7:30pm-8:30pm. Rates begin at $45/hr.

Tzohar's curriculum focuses on text based learning, in-depth discussion, and community building. We believe that every student has a unique voice to contribute to the legacy of Jewish tradition. Students will study text from original source material, be challenged to provide thoughtful and modern responses to ancient and contemporary texts. We believe in twenty-first-century modalities of learning, and encourage students to grapple with the world around them through a Jewish lens. Tzohar partners with Hadar's Moot Beit Din program and the MoEd afterschool program.

Positions are available for an 8th/9th grade Cohort Teacher and a 10th/11th grade Cohort Teacher. Both positions include one hour with a cohort class, and a second hour bechirot class. Cohort classes follow a set curriculum. Bechirot classes are subject to change according to umbrella themes for each trimester.

Teacher Responsibilities for both programs include:
• Arriving at least 15 minutes before the start of the program to set up learning space, prepare materials, and greet students.
• Preparing and submit weekly lesson plans following the outlined curriculum.
• Communicating effectively with supervisor, students, and parents when needed, and providing periodic feedback on student experiences.
• Attending all staff meetings and professional development sessions, as well as special services and/or parent conferences as needed (a small stipend is available for external professional development opportunities)
Both programs will be fully in person, and will follow health guidelines set by Ohr Kodesh's executive board and health committee.

Please send a resume and cover letter to Wilhelmina Gottschalk, Interim Director of Education,, and specify to which program you are applying.

Religious School Teacher

Temple Shalom


Come co-create the Jewish future! Temple Shalom of Chevy Chase, MD is a social action-driven Reform synagogue seeking inclusive, energetic, and warm Judaic Studies teachers on Sunday mornings and/or Sunday evenings. We are planning on being in person with strict health and safety protocols in place. Please email Rabbi-Educator Josh Gischner at to join our Temple family!
A successful candidate:

You have a passion for teaching in a diverse student population and are ready to utilize inclusive and accessible classroom management styles and techniques for an array of learners.
You have experience as a secular and/or religious school teacher. (But if you don’t, Rabbi Josh is excited to support any candidates who are passionate!)
You are comfortable leading, designing, collaborating on, and implementing lesson plans with support of our clergy and instructional leaders
You are vaccinated against COVID-19.

** Camp, youth group, Hillel, Israel trips, and other similar experiences are a bonus! **

Open Positions on Sunday morning (8:45 AM - 11:00 AM) include:
· Kids Time (Birth to Pre-K)
· Pre-K
· 2nd Grade
· 3rd Grade
· 4th Grade
· 5th Grade

Open Positions on Sunday evenings (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) include:
· 7th Grade
· 8th Grade
· 9th Grade

Expected Compensation:
$20-40 / hour compensatory with experience. Temple Shalom follows the Career Ladder for Teachers created by the Long Range Planning Committee of the Education Directors Council of the Washington D.C. area.
Temple Shalom is a Reform Jewish community of 400 families who celebrate the diversity of modern Judaism in the Washington DC area by welcoming members as part of one congregational family, accepting us as we are, and encouraging our personal growth through programs and activities. Temple Shalom places Torah at the center, where serious learning is for everyone, where prayer and music is meaningful, participatory, and powerful, and where people feel a strong sense of belonging. Learn more about Temple Shalom by visiting our website at