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Community Job Opportunities
Hillel International has a database of opportunities with Hillels around the world.
Temple Beth Am Religious Education Program Religious School
TBA is looking to hire both faculty and support faculty here. They pay hourly and use an equitable pay scale that includes both formal experience with youth (such as teaching or working as a camp counselor) and informal experience such as working as a babysitter/nanny, tutoring, etc. We start at $22/hr for support faculty and $25/hr for faculty and we provide pay for prep time! Here is the link to the job description.
This fellowship gives committed Jewish vegan, vegetarian and animal loving college students the opportunity to take action and create change on their campuses. Fellows will:
– Host 5 vegan campus events throughout the school year (Sep/Oct – May), receive funding for vegan food at events, participate in monthly learning calls, and earn a modest stipend upon completion of the program.
A campus fellow will have the opportunity to work directly with the Shamayim leadership team and other Jewish and animal activists nationwide. Fellows will hone their activism and leadership skills, develop a plan on how to make animal advocacy a talking point on their campus, and be a part of a nationwide team of Jewish animal advocates making change in their communities towards a kinder world. Through the Shamayim Campus Fellowship fellows will learn valuable leadership skills and more importantly create a lasting change in the world. This is an exciting opportunity to learn from activist leaders around the country and to connect with peers in a supportive cohort.
Application can be found here and will close after the high holidays.
Part-time Jewish Teaching Jobs at Kavana
Reporting to and working with the Director of Education, the Kavana Teacher (KT) position
provides instruction, supervision, leadership and coordination in Kavana’s Youth and Family
programs. Using Judaism as the lens, KTs foster and maintain learning communities of
belonging, exploration, joy and fun. Depending on the program, KTs work with participants from
Kindergarten through parenthood. Kavana is seeking KTs who can work one or more programs –
which vary from weekly to monthly sessions. More information can be found here.
Shabbat Religious School Teacher at Temple B’nai Torah
Our PreK-8th grade students meet on Shabbat mornings from 9:30am – 12pm. Teachers and madrichim are expected to be on site from 9:00am – 12:00pm. Including preparation time, teachers typically work 4-5 hours a week. Learn more here.
Weekday Hebrew Teacher at Temple B’nai Torah
Our 3rd-6th grade students learn Hebrew in small groups of no more than 5 students. We work with the schedules of teachers and families to offer in-person and virtual classes during the week. Our groups are mixed grades and students are placed by level. In-person classes meet for 1 hour and virtual classes meet for 45 minutes. Learn more here.
From a community member:
My brother, 71 years old, recently moved to Seattle. He is experiencing Parkinson’s and cognitive changes. He was an English teacher at both the high school and college level, and was a writer who published essays and reviews of books written about Jewish experiences. I am looking for someone to meet with him in person to discuss different topics and keep him cognitively stimulated. Payment for your time is available, or school credit. I am a professor in the UW Psychiatry Department (I’m a clinical neuropsychologist) and would be able to discuss some of the relationship of Parkinson’s, cognitive functioning and aging with the student as well. Please contact David Breiger at email@example.com for more information.
Jewish Family Service High Holiday Volunteer Opportunities
JFS is looking for volunteers to help deliver Rosh Hashanah gift bags to our community. This will take place over four hour-long shifts. Each shift will include community education as well as an opportunity to create the giftbags before delivering the gifts to members of the community. Learn more here.
Teen Feed works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships, and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. With the tremendous support of the community, Teen Feed responds to the most basic needs of homeless and at-risk youth in the following focus areas: healthy meals and lives, youth support coordination, street outreach, healthcare access, and engaging the community through service. Click here to learn more.
Hillel UW partners with Teen Feed the second Sunday of every month to help provide meals to homeless youth. Please check our calendar to see upcoming dates.