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Hillel UW Opportunities
Hillel UW is looking for two interns for the 2022-2023 School Year! If you are passionate about Hillel UW and want to help ensure the financial health of the organization, consider an internship in the Development Office, with Hillel UW’s Director of Advancement, Terri Green.
We are looking for students with great writing skills, attention to detail, planning abilities and love of people.
Hillel UW General Development Intern
The Development Intern is responsible for drafting communications to donors (thank you notes and ask letters), recruiting students for development events and photo shoots, developing graphics (PowerPoint / Canva / Publisher) for targeted campaigns and events, and making thank-you phone calls to donors. A typical week could include helping with Hillel’s special events (Fundraising, Passover, and Annual Meeting), drafting correspondence, evaluating and researching fundraising activities, and providing general administrative support to the Development Department and Administrative staff.
Hillel UW Endowment Intern
Hillel’s Endowment Intern helps to secure after-lifetime commitments (planned giving gifts) from our most loyal donors in order to build our endowment; works to strengthen our relationships with individuals who have already committed to our planned giving program; and will support the launching of Hillel Centennial Endowment Campaign in 2023. The Endowment Intern is responsible for writing and mailing materials to prospective & current planned giving donors, making thank-you calls to recent long time donors, recruiting for Development events, supporting the work of our Life & Legacy (Planned Giving) Committee and Hillel’s Endowment Committee, and providing general administrative support to the Development Department and Administrative staff.
Internships are 5 hours/week with flexible hours- adjustable each quarter; preferably between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm M-F.
APPLICATIONS DUE – Wednesday, June 1, 2022 Learn more here!
Community Job Opportunities
Hillel International has its own job database.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle looking for a Program Associate
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle is searching for a self-motivated, organized, early career professional committed to core Jewish values who is excited to support programming for the wider Jewish Puget Sound community. An ideal candidate is adaptable and thrives in a collaborative and fast-paced environment.
As a Program Associate in the Jewish Engagement Department you will serve as a “utility player,” with responsibility for integrating operational, budget/financial, administrative, and project management components across all areas of our engagement work. As a member of the Federation’s professional team, the Program Associate is expected to foster the Federation’s mission, values, and inclusive culture. Click here to learn more.
RootOne Hiring Israel Educator and Recruiter for Washington State
RootOne is a “Jewish start-up” – an innovative, dynamic initiative that is pro-actively inspiring a generation of teens to be more confident and proud Jews as they enter the next stage of their lives. Along with its youth serving organization grantee partners, RootOne redefines and deepens the typical teen Israel summer trip experience so that its impact is long-lasting. It does so by reducing the cost of participation, and by elevating and diversifying Israel experiences to make them more accessible, and more impactful, to a wider audience of Jewish teens. RootOne seeks a talented and dynamic professional to strengthen the connection between Washington State’s Jewish teens and the State, Land and People of Israel. The position’s primary roles are 1) to recruit and increase the number of Washington State area Jewish teens who travel on immersive Israel summer experiences, 2) to provide support and resources to the RootOne-affiliated youth serving organizations and camps in Washington State to recruit, educate and engage their teens, and 3) to create and offer meaningful and relevant post-trip opportunities for teens once they return home from Israel. Learn more here.
Herzel Ner Tamid Hiring Program Coordinator
As the Program Coordinator, you will work as part of a team of professionals and volunteers to
facilitate logistics and marketing of programs that will further the goals of the synagogue. This
will include planning small programs from conception to completion, as well as assisting the
Program Director with larger programs and events. Programs will focus on membership in-reach
and volunteer engagement. The Program Coordinator will also assist other members of staff
with administrative support. Candidate must be detail-oriented, outgoing, adaptable, energetic,
and comfortable with a schedule that involves participation in synagogue life which can include
Shabbat, holidays, and occasional evenings. Learn more here.
Summer Nanny Hire
“My husband and I are community members that are looking for a college student to be a nanny for our baby this summer. Our daughter will be 7-9 months over the summer. I used to work for Hillel in Chicago so I figured this would be a great place to find somebody!
We live right across the street from Gas Works park. We are looking for a college student who is kind, patient, fun, and caring. We have lots of wonderful books and toys to keep her happy during the day indoors. We are also big outdoors-lovers so we would strongly encourage taking our baby for walks and going to the park.
We can be flexible about working days and hours, but require a commitment of at least 3 days a week. We are looking for somebody to start ASAP (once the semester is over). Pay is $18-$21/hour.
Please reach out if you are interested! Email: email@example.com phone: 847-651-0691″
Tucson JCC hiring Engagement Managers
They are looking to find their perfect matches to become the Arts and Culture Engagement Manager and the Jewish Community Engagement Manager!
The Arts and Culture Engagement Manager will build and maintain relationships with those seeking artistic experiences and to create opportunities to support community members’ artistic journeys as they unfold. The Arts and Culture Engagement Manager is an integral member of The J’s team beyond the Jewish Life and Learning department. Our ideal Arts and Culture Engagement Manager loves getting to know people, making new friends, and is looking for a job that allows them to be out in the community, in the J’s art spaces, or being at a desk. This person has strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills. Learn more here.
The Jewish Community Connections Engagement Manager will serve as a resource to and connector of Jewish life in Tucson and Southern Arizona. The Jewish Community Connections Engagement Manager will build and maintain relationships with those seeking Jewish community, be a concierge to connect community members and families with offerings provided in various Jewish spaces, and create opportunities to support community members’ Jewish journeys as they unfold. The Jewish Community Connections Engagement Manager is an integral member of The J’s team beyond the Jewish Life and Learning department. Our ideal Jewish Community Connections Engagement Manager loves getting to know people, making new friends, and is looking for a job that allows them to be out in the community most of the time. This person has strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills. Learn more here.
Camp Young Judaea (New Hampshire)
For any of these positions please reach out Executive Director, Jon Spack at firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Girls Area (two positions available). This role will join and work closely with an already hired incredible leader in place in the girls area and all responsibilities and details are in the job description here.
Bunk Counselors – Positions available both in our girls area and boys area. See job description here.
Camp Driver(s) – Seeking individuals to lead us as Camp Drivers this summer. Please note that this role does not need to stay overnight at camp. Job description can be found here.
Amir is accepting applications for its summer cohort of Jewish farm educators. Amir partners with Jewish camps across North America to run impactful garden education programming, and help campers experience a living, land-based Judaism. Amir runs a Training Seminar at the end of May which will prepare folks with all levels of farming and education experience for the summer, provides a curriculum developed by its experienced Jewish farm educators, and offers oversight throughout the summmer.
If you’re interested in this opportunity, you can apply at this link. Applications are rolling, with a priority deadline of March 4th. For more information about the position, please see this job description or feel free to reach out to Alex directly: email@example.com
Congregation Beth Shalom Seeks Part-Time Teachers
Do you enjoy spending time with kids? Open to learning new ways to engage them? The CBS Education and Youth Department is hiring for a variety of positions including religious school teachers, teen and middle school teachers, babysitters, Shabbat teachers, youth group advisors, subs, and more for the 2022-2023 academic year. We are located close to UW! Days and hours vary based on the position; all roles begin in September. If you are interested, please send an email and your resume to Rachel Wachtel, Education and Youth Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp Kalsman Ropes Course Staff
Camp Kalsman is looking for ropes staff and we will train college students in early June to be our ropes staff for retreats in the fall. It would be a 5 day FREE training June 13th – June 17th and you don’t need to work the summer, just to have for the future! Email email@example.com if interested.
Summer Babysitter Needed
Hello Hillel students! We are seeking a near-full time babysitter for our daughter, for the three-week period from July 24-August 14. She will be 8 months old at the time. We’ll need between 25-40 hours/week Monday-Friday – the schedule will vary a bit from week to week, we can discuss details if you are interested. We are looking for a student with some experience babysitting this age (comfortable giving a bottle, changing diapers, etc.) I’m a Seattle native currently living on the east coast; we’ll be in Seattle visiting family and working remotely these three weeks. Please contact me, Noah Cohen-Cline, if interested, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Temple De Hirsch Sinai Preschool Teachers
TDHS is looking looking for passionate, creative and enthusiastic Early Childhood Teachers to join our growing team at Jennifer Rosen Meade Preschool! If you like creating and developing creative curriculum and working with kids, then come checkout our fast growing program at Jennifer Rosen Meade Preschool in Bellevue. Part-time and Full-time positions available. 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.