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Intern for National Library of Israel's
USA office.

Marketing, Communications, and Development Intern

 

NLI USA seeks an intern to assist in creating a social media presence for NLI USA and to generally support the marketing, communications, and development operations. This internship is an excellent opportunity to be a part of a world-class, well-established cultural institution and, at the same time, to experience a start-up non-profit environment through your work with NLI USA. The internship will be primarily remote, with a strong preference for someone in New York or Chicago. Training and mentoring will be integrated into the internship.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to adina@nliusa.org and sarah@nliusa.org.

Hebrew Teacher

Seeking Hebrew teachers for Modern Hebrew Supplementary Program in Skokie.

Hours:  Sundays 11-12, Wednesdays 4:15-6:00

Pay based on experience.  Starting at $35 per hour.  
Teachers with teaching degrees are preferred and experiential educators (former camp counselors, unit heads, etc) are welcome.

For more information contact Lori B. Sagarin at Lori@tbiskokie.org or 847-675-0951.

Camp counselors needed in Israel June 20-July 23, 2023

“Kef” means fun in Hebrew and Kefiada is JUF’s English-immersion, American-style day camp in Kiryat Gat-Lachish-Shafir, Israel.  There is no program cost, plus free room and board and $1200 flight stipends for all counselors.  Kefiada campers are 4th-6th graders and the counselors are college students from Chicago or go to school in Illinois. Kefiada serves as a bridge over the summer for Israeli students to retain the English that they have learned during the school year and expand on it. Kefiada is a great way for college students to get back to Israel, really become part of Israeli life and help Israelis in a meaningful way.  The application and FAQ can be found at www.juf.org/kefiada.

Jewish Educational Loan Fund

JELF offers 0% , last dollar loans for Jewish students pursuing a full-time education. JELF serves students from FL, GA, NC, SC, and VA (excluding metro D.C.) but students can attend any U.S. accredited university. Applications are due April 30! For more information, visit jelf.org/share and jelf.org/app.

JewishGen Future Scholars Fellowship Program

Over the course of 10 days (June 20, 2023 – June 29, 2023), students will tour major heritage sites in Poland - once home to more than half of world Jewry - and help clean-up a cemetery. During this time, we will explore tools of genealogical research,  learn about symbols and epitaphs on tombstones, the general state of Jewish cemeteries in Poland after the Holocaust, efforts to preserve them from both a communal, political, and Halachic perspective,  and what lessons can be gleaned to inform our own life choices today.

 

The program is fully subsidized (except for a $400 registration fee to be paid upon acceptance). Rising second-fourth year undergraduate students in accredited colleges or universities are invited to apply.

Click here or here for more information.

Anshe Emet Youth Engagement Specialist

This would be a great opportunity for someone graduating this year that has experience working at camp or with youth in another capacity. For a good Northwestern grad, we are willing to wait a bit for them to start!! 

The Youth Engagement Specialist is responsible for a well-rounded program to engage Jewish youth in social, educational, religious, Israel, and social action events.  Our Youth Engagement Specialist will develop and manage the overall program with creative thinking, strategic planning, and exceptional attention to detail for individual youth activities and programs.  Programming will engage Kadima (grades 5-8) and USY (grades 9-12) and will entail working closely with Shachar/Machar (Kindergarten through grade 5). 

Click here for more information.

Amit Jewish Farm Educator

Amir is accepting applications for its summer cohort of Jewish farm educators. Amir partners with Jewish camps across North America to run impactful garden education programming, and help campers experience a living, land-based Judaism. Amir runs a Training Seminar at the end of May which will prepare folks with all levels of farming and education experience for the summer, provides a curriculum developed by its experienced Jewish farm educators, and offers oversight throughout the summer.


If you're interested in this opportunity, you can apply at this link. Applications are rolling, with a priority deadline of February 12th. For more information about the position, please see this job description or feel free to reach out to Sasha, Amir’s Recruitment Coordinator, directly: recruitment@amirproject.org
 

Beber Camp Director of Jewish Life

The Director of Jewish Life will assume overall responsibility for the development and
implementation of Jewish programming for Shabbat, Jewish observances, including religious services and rituals, as well as for related special events. The Director of Jewish Life will assist staff in incorporating Jewish content into evening programs, special events, and Shabbat activities. The Director of Jewish Life will supervise the Israeli delegation in all Israel programming efforts. This position is part of the camp leadership team and shares in other camp responsibilities. Click here for more information.

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