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JDC Fellowships: The Ralph I. Goldman Fellowship in International Jewish Service (RIG), and the Entwine Global Jewish Service Corps (JSC).
RIG: The Ralph I. Goldman Fellowship is JDC’s premiere leadership opportunity, awarded to one person annually, for young Jewish thinkers and doers -- writers, artists, policy shapers, business innovators, and community builders. The fellowship is a paid, professional opportunity to live and work in several overseas locations where JDC is active, providing an inside look at JDC’s global operations though individualized assignments. Each fellow works with JDC staff to identify and design their unique overseas placements, shaped by their skills, interests, and critical needs of communities overseas. Read More.
JSC: The Entwine Global Jewish Service Corps is a year-long, paid, professional opportunity for recent college graduates and young professionals to directly engage with JDC’s global mission and actively fulfill the value of Jewish responsibility. JSC fellows play a hands-on role by creating innovative programs that respond to specific needs, gain an understanding of pressing global challenges, and explore Jewish values underlying their service. JDC offers JSC placements in overseas Jewish communities, in Israel, and in countries where JDC has humanitarian interventions. Read More.
National Council of Jewish Women
NCJW seeks a part-time Online Community Engagement Organizer (3 days/ 21 hours per week) to assist with online community organizing in conjunction with our website expansion project. See details here.
The Fortune Society
Winter cleaning at Met Council's warehouse
We are looking for a group of energetic people who are interested in sorting clothing donations and cleaning out our clothing warehouse. You get to set the date and time that you would like to help! This would be a perfect volunteer opportunity for a group of co-workers or friends to work on.
Sunset Park, Brooklyn
Serving Lunch to Seniors
We are looking for volunteers to help serve communal meals to seniors at the Feinstein Senior Residence on West End Avenue (at West 61st Street) for an hour at noon. The job is to serve uniform portions to the residents and ensure that the room is clean after lunch.
33 West End Avenue
Volunteers should be able to commit to at least one day a week for at least 6 months.
Blessed Is the Match Screenings
Jewish World Watch, a member of the Save Darfur Coalition alongside AJWS, is pleased to be a partner in presenting Blessed Is the Match, a new feature documentary about Hannah Senesh, who parachuted into Nazi-occupied Europe to help save Hungary ’s Jews, only to be imprisoned alongside the person she most wanted to save her mother Catherine. The film is a harrowing account of the only outside military-rescue mission for Jews during the Holocaust, but it is also a moving mother-daughter tale that weaves together interviews, cinematic visualizations, Hannah and Catherine’s writings and over 1,300 never-before-seen photographs. Please visit http://blessedisthematch.com to locate screenings near you.
NIF/SHATIL Social Justice Fellowship in Israel
NIF/SHATIL Social Justice Fellows spend 32 hours per week interning in an approved, individually-selected Israeli non-governmental organization (NGO). Form more information, please visit http://www.nif.org/
Glimpse Correspondents Program
The Glimpse Correspondents Program is an exciting opportunity for talented young writers and photographers who are currently planning to be abroad for at least 10 weeks during the time of the program. The program encourages participants to engage with people from other cultures, to seek out thought-provoking experiences, and to share their stories from abroad on Glimpse.org. For more information, please visit http://glimpse.org/correspondents.