Here is a list of opportunities outside of Hillel UW. If you’d like to see ways you can get involved internally, click here!
We will be updating this page periodically with upcoming opportunities for students.
Feel free to email our Undergrad Director with any new opportunities (UndergradDirector@hilleluw.org)
We are looking for an engaging educator who loves working with youth to serve as a teacher for an upper elementary grade Religious School Class at Congregation Beth Shalom in Seattle. The position is around 5 hours a week including Sunday mornings and Tuesday afternoons. We offer a fun and collaborative work environment, a curriculum based on project-based learning, and ongoing professional development and support for all teachers. In the upcoming school year, it is likely this educator would spend some time teaching in person as well as some teaching online and must be open to both of those options. Interested applicants should email me a resume at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking for an engaging educator who loves working with youth to serve as a teacher for a lower elementary grade Religious School Class at Congregation Beth Shalom in Seattle. The position is around 3 hours a week, 9:30-12:30 on Sunday mornings. We offer a fun and collaborative work environment, a curriculum based on project-based learning, and ongoing professional development and support for all teachers. In the upcoming school year, it is likely this educator would spend some time teaching in person as well as some teaching online and must be open to both of those options. Interested applicants should email me a resume at email@example.com.
Teen Feed is a program that provides meals to homeless youth and connects them with case workers to offer additional support services. This is an opportunity for UW students to connect with Jconnectors and other Jewish young adults in Seattle.
For July 12, 2020 we will have a signup for food that you could make in your home to donate!
Cooking and serving shift starts at 5:00pm, cleaning and serving crew can arrive around 6:45pm.
Contact our Undergrad Director at UndergradDirector@hilleluw.org if you are interested in joining!
The Government of Israel Economic Mission to The West Coast is looking for a new Innovation and Strategic Partnerships manager for an open position in San Francisco.
With its unique access to Silicon Valley, the San Francisco office places an emphasis on working with early to growth stage tech companies from Israel on their US market entry. The office assists companies of any size and sector but sees a high level of activity in certain industries, which receive dedicated coverage from a team member. As a member of our Innovation team, you will play a key role in supporting US-based companies in achieving their innovation and business goals while supporting Israeli companies in their efforts to enter the US market. This role would be covering an open industry vertical (e.g. Automotive, Energy, Retail, Agriculture, etc.) and specializing in creating US-Israel business partnerships and investment in the sector. An ideal candidate is a people person, professional, has great business instincts, quick learner with high energy, and has a strong desire to deliver quality results.
The 2020-2021 Student Life Associate program is a 10-month program that will begin in August 2020. Student Life Associates need to have completed an undergraduate degree program in order to participate in this leadership opportunity (current seniors and recent graduates are ideal). In addition to the resume and career building skills that your students will gain from this experience, they will also receive free housing (a large 2 room apartment), free kosher meals, a monthly stipend, health benefits and access to campus amenities including our health center, athletic facilities, diverse Jewish enrichment experiences and more! Most importantly, Student Life Associates will have the unique experience of shaping, mentoring and guiding our future Jewish leaders during a pivotal time in their lives.
From July 8th to August 7th, 100 Serve the Moment Corps Members will volunteer across ten cities, and spend 32 hours/week elevating their professional skills and accelerating their personal growth through virtual and in-person service with trusted partners. Corps Members will volunteer while learning and reflecting with their peers through trainings led by national leaders in the field with an intentional focus on social and systemic inequities (racial, food, and education), and addressing urgent needs through meaningful service rooted in Jewish values. Learn more here and apply today!
Each week, Kadima Fellows will participate in 2 Seminars per week:
Leadership Development Seminar (once a week): Kadima Fellows will explore best practices in leadership, core management principles, entrepreneurship, change management, group formation, creative problem solving and innovation, and applied Jewish wisdom through interactive Zoom-based seminars. Presenters include successful business and organizational leaders from a diverse set of professions. Kadima Fellows will receive guidance on time management, organization, goal setting, study skills, transition issues, and resume help.
Kadima Fellows will sometimes be divided into college and high school cohorts.
Mentorship Meeting (every other week): Kadima Fellows will engage one-on-one with their assigned professional mentors. Mentors will share information about their own career path, as well as provide guidance, motivation, emotional support, and role modeling. Mentors will help with exploring careers, setting goals, developing contacts, and identifying resources.
Social Justice Project Group (every other week): Both fellowship cohorts come together for this weekly meeting where we share lightbulb moments, project successes, challenges, and most importantly, collaborate on a social justice initiative of the fellows’ choice.