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Job & Internship Board

The job listings below include general information about opportunities we have been made aware of and will be updated as frequently as possible. We invite students and alumni to apply to these opportunities.

To apply or gain further information, click on the check mark above each job/internship posting. 

Pro Tip: application deadlines sometimes change or you can ask for an extension. Do not give up if you see that the deadline for something you want is soon or has already passed!

High Holy Days Youth Programming/Service leaders (temporary position)

Congregation Beth El, a vibrant, egalitarian Conservative congregation in Fairfield, CT is looking to hire a Jewish Educator to lead family services for the upcoming High Holy Days in September 2021. This position is ideal for a Jewish Studies or Education major, or anyone who has experience leading services and working with children. We are looking to provide two interactive family services for children in elementary school (grades 1-3 and 4-6) that use a variety of media (tefillah, stories, songs, interactive games, puppets, etc.) that will enrich and satisfy both our parents and their children. Services will be held on Rosh Hashanah Days 1 and 2 and Yom Kippur. They will last approximately 1 hour each, and will be collaboratively planned with the Director of Education at Beth El. Following services, we plan to offer crafts and activities for the children, under the supervision of the service leaders, the congregational parents, and a few of our Religious School teen madrichim.


CONTACT Samantha Stinson


CAMERA Fellowship

The CAMERA Fellowship is a sought-after one-year Fellowship that is offered on a highly selective basis. Participants in the Fellows program are leaders on campus, proactively combatting misinformation about Israel to fellow students, professors and the media


Friday July 16, 2021 (deadline will most likely be extended)

The fellowship gives Jewish vegetarian and vegan college students the tools and support they need to educate their communities about animal advocacy. Fellows will host on-campus or virtual events, attend monthly learning calls with different leaders of the Jewish and animal advocacy communities, get free registration to our annual retreat, and earn a stipend at the end of the yearlong fellowship.


Friday August 27, 2021 

Israel Government Fellows

This unique and specialized program offers post-college individuals between the ages of 21-30 the opportunity to have a significant, meaningful influence on Israeli politics. Come intern and gain hands-on experience while working in top Israeli Government offices, NGO’s, or high-level think tanks. Make your mark on Israel’s efforts in central fields such as conflict resolution, public relations, diplomacy and advocacy and much more.


October 2021

Israel 21c Digital Ambassador

The Digital Ambassador Program cultivates the next generation of digital communication experts. ISRAEL21c selects North American college students who are passionate about Israel and social media. Each cohort plays an active role in engaging with and developing ISRAEL21c’s audience.



(will accept applications at any time)

Hillel International Social Media Ambassador

Through this paid, year-long commitment ambassadors will create and curate content for all of Hillel International’s social media accounts. The ambassadors will also gain essential communication skills, network with Jewish influencers and Jewish communications professionals, and make new friends across the Hillel movement.


Tuesday, July 27, 2021

The Jewish Travel Internship (JTI) with KAHAL

The Jewish Travel Internship (JTI) is a yearlong, PAID, campus internship program dedicated to the promotion of KAHAL and Masa on campus. This program will connect students from campuses all over North America and the UK while providing opportunities to foster professional development skills, share their personal KAHAL and Masa experiences, and connect with the larger Jewish community on campus and globally. 


Sunday August 1, 2021


JDC is looking for a passionate, rising young leader in the Jewish community with experience as a Jewish communal professional or lay leader, who cares deeply about the global Jewish community. Could it be you? The Fellowship enriches a rising leader through direct exposure to local communities around the world and key challenges confronting the Jewish people. Fellows plan their year alongside senior JDC staff, identifying and designing 2-3 unique overseas placements shaped by their skills, interests and the critical needs of communities abroad.


Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Repair the World Fellowship

The Repair the World Fellowship is a 2 year opportunity that allows students to learn about tikkun olam while engaging in it. Fellows are placed in one of the many RTW cities and partner with a local NGO to do important community work.


Career Passport

The Onward Israel Career Passport experience offers a unique experience for digital nomads and for those who are now working remotely. Bring your work with you from home and live in Tel Aviv. Immerse yourself in contemporary Israeli society. Experience Israel through Onward Israel’s exclusive day trips, volunteer opportunities, overnights and seminars. In your free time, explore Israel’s amazing restaurants, beaches, and nightlife with a cohort of other young adults. 


Monday, August 2, 2021

2021-2022 Hillel International Writers Program

This program is for the 2021-2022 academic year and will accept six Jewish undergraduate students interested in journalism. Over the course of the year, students will write for Hillel publications and attend networking and professional development sessions led by Hillel professionals and distinguished Jewish writers. 


Friday August 13, 2021

Hillel Springboard Fellowship

The Springboard Fellowship is a prestigious, paid, two-year fellowship that brings together the best, brightest and most diverse Jewish talent through a transformative early career experience in the Hillel movement.


Avodah Jewish Service Corps

Spend a year in the Jewish Service Corps working at a leading anti-poverty nonprofit in Chicago, New Orleans, New York, Washington, DC, or San Diego. Corps Members live and learn together in a supportive, pluralistic community at the crossroads of justice and Jewish life.  Join us to build the foundations for careers, Jewish community, and lifelong activism in social and economic justice movements. 



(will accept applications at any time)


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