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[The following is the script from the Evening of Appreciation on Tuesday, May 31 2011]
Jewish Child & Family Services
Communication, Community Social Service & Non-Profits, Social Services
Shalom Colleagues, Below is information about Masa Israel's newest program --- Israel Teaching Fellows. Up to 100 exemplary North American college graduates will be chosen to teach in underprivileged communities in Israel for a 10-month service program beginning in August, 2011. In order to address gaps in Israel's education system and the widespread underperformance of youth in low-income communities, Masa Israel Journey and the Israeli Ministry of Education are launching Israel Teaching Fellows.
Interested in a career in community organizing but wondering how to move forward? The Community Organizing Residency (COR) is a six-month, paid residency for people from different faith backgrounds who want to make community organizing their profession. They will gain social justice experience working with leading community organizing groups in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Remember that counselor who changed your life one summer at camp? Remember that Israel trip that inspired you like no classroom discussion ever did? The Yeshiva University Certificate Program in Experiential Jewish Education, run with support from the Jim Joseph Foundation, is open to emerging and practicing Jewish educators. We are seeking passionate, creative and motivated graduates who want to impact the Jewish community by establishing or furthering their career in the field of Experiential Jewish Education.
American Jewish World Service is currently recruiting for our Presidential Fellowship, and we would love for you to share this opportunity with your Hillel students!
The AJWS Presidential Fellowship is a 12-month fellowship for a recent college graduate or young professional to accompany Ruth Messinger on her domestic travel and speaking engagements in Jewish communities throughout North America, with the goal of exploring deeper means of building and strengthening AJWS’s relationships with Jewish communities.
Get Your Hands Dirty This Summer
URBAN ADAMAH: THE JEWISH
is accepting applications for its summer
June 6 – August 26, 2011
Join other passionate young adults in their 20s
for a 3-month residential leadership training program that integrates:
Urban Organic Farming
Social Justice Work
Progressive Jewish Living and Learning
WHY? Because the world needs us, to be us.
For more information and an application, visit us at http://urbanadamah.org.
The National Jewish Democratic Council (NJDC) - the voice of Jewish Democrats - is looking for college students to intern in our Washington, DC office this summer. We have two types of internships available this summer - Communications and Political Fundraising/Development. Both of the internships can be either full or part time and NJDC staff will sign off to ensure that students receive credit with their universities.
Hillel Leadership Council 2011-2012
The Hillel Leadership Council presents its new cohort for the 2011-2012 school year:
Ben Goldberg- President
Josh Bernick- Treasurer
I am reaching out to you on behalf of the Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship: Social entreprenuership and Cross Cultural Network; an initiative of Edmond de Rothschild Foundation, NY in partnership with Cambridge Judge Business School, Cambridge University, UK and Cornell University, USA.
Can you please share the following information with Jewish network(s) of social entrepreneurs, non-profits and community organisations who might benefit from attending such a training program?