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)
Short Term Opportunities:
The law firm of Jay H. Krulewitch, Attorney at Law, a small law office, located in the Lake City Neighborhood of North Seattle, is looking for an excellent temporary officer worker to assist me with my law practice. I am a trial lawyer committed to providing excellent service to each one of my clients. My law firm specializes in the areas of plaintiff personal injury, civil rights, and criminal defense. I am looking for a dynamic individual, a self-starter, a person who can work independently, someone with excellent computer skills, phone skills, writing and note-taking skills, and overall, superb communication skills, who can do a variety of reception/legal assistant type tasks. Given the kinds of legal documents, medical records, and private information that my firm deals with for both current clients and potential new clients on a regular basis, this person must be extremely organized, completely trustworthy, very responsible, compassionate and understanding, and ethical in their everyday interactions with other people.
This position is a full-time, temporary position but has the potential to morph into a permanent position (see my Permanent Paralegal/Office Manager Posting). This position is expected to last two to four weeks starting sometime next week, i.e. the week of February 12th.
Interested candidates should send me their cover letter and resume to me, Jay H. Krulewitch by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org Please put the words “Temporary Office Position” in the subject heading of your email application. Please make sure that you include your cell phone or main phone number on your resume or your email.
Since 2005, J-Serve has provided teens with a unique opportunity to band together through service as a united global network committed to fulfilling the Jewish values of gemilut chasidim, acts of loving kindness, tzedakah, just and charitable giving, and tikkum olam, the responsibility to repair the world. Every year, Jewish teens around the world join each other on this special day and throughout the spring to make their community and the world a better place. Seattle BBYO is currently looking for adult (19+) volunteers to help us staff our J-Serve project sites on Sunday afternoon, March 25th. Please contact email@example.com if you are interested!
Ben-Gurion University (BGU) is pleased to announce a special scholarship for UW students who are interested in studying abroad for a semester or academic year. At least one scholarship will be awarded for Fall 2018 semester and will cover the program tuition costs.
BGU provides students with an immersive cultural experience while offering courses in a variety of academic disciplines such as sustainability, environmental studies, global health, Middle Eastern Studies, Jewish Studies, Hebrew, anthropology, political science, and history. BGU is an approved program at UW so students can earn credit towards their undergraduate degree and carry over any financial aid that they receive.
The law firm of Jay H. Krulewitch, Attorney at Law, a small law office, located in the Lake City Neighborhood of North Seattle, is looking for a great paralegal/office manager to work with me on my pursuit for justice on behalf of my clients. I am a trial lawyer committed to providing excellent service to each one of my clients. My law firm specializes in the areas of plaintiff personal injury, civil rights, and criminal defense.
I am looking for a dynamic individual, a self-starter, a person who can work independently, yet someone who would enjoy being part of a small team, someone who can turn out a high volume of quality, professional legal work on a regular basis. Specifically, I am looking for a seasoned legal professional with excellent organizational skills, computer skills, drafting/writing skills, and communication skills. The person I am looking for should be familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Some familiarity with Corel WordPerfect would be helpful, as would some familiarity with billing software. Also, some familiarity or experience reviewing and/or working with medical records and bills would be most helpful.
The position is 80% time with a competitive salary and benefits. Interested candidates should send me their cover letter, resume, and writing samples to me, Jay H. Krulewitch by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org Please put the words “Paralegal Position” in the subject heading of your email application.
Bet Alef Meditative Synagogue
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.
Each second Sunday of the month, volunteers like you make and serve the meal! If you’d like to help with this project, please RSVP and come “serve” with us. 🙂
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!
Post College Adventures:
What Is The Fellowship?
The Fellowship is a unique 11 month opportunity for individuals ages 21 to 26 who are passionate about social justice, community engagement, and meaningful service to recruit and engage the Jewish community to address issues of hunger and education access through volunteering.
What Do Fellows Do?
Fellows will recruit, train, and serve alongside volunteers to bring about real community change. In 2016-2017 our Fellows engaged over 25,000 individuals in our programming.
What’s In It For The Fellows?
Repair the World will provide deep professional training, a living stipend, health insurance, communal housing, and other perks. We currently place Fellows in Detroit, Miami, New York (Brooklyn & Harlem), Pittsburgh, or Philadelphia.
Alumni of the Repair the World Fellowship are also eligible for an exclusive scholarship at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz School of Public Policy.Read more here.
We’re accepting applications until May 31st, get your application in today!
Job opening at Tivnu: Building Justice Gap Year Program in Portland, Oregon
Tivnu: Building Justice is seeking a Resident Advisor for the 2018-19 cohort. Beginning in mid-August 2018, join our dedicated staff and help create a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for participants on the Tivnu Gap Year. Live in a house with 8-10 participants and support their success as they create a pluralistic Jewish communal home, intern at grassroots nonprofit organizations, and explore the Pacific Northwest. Learn more about this position and apply by sending your resume and cover letter to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Avodah Jewish Service Corp:
Every year, we recruit young adults ages 21-26 from across the United States to spend a year in our Jewish Service Corps working at leading nonprofits in Chicago, New Orleans, New York, and Washington, DC. Our Corps Members live together and learn together in a supportive, pluralistic community at the crossroads of social activism and Jewish life.
Submit your application to join the 2018 Avodah Jewish Service Corps!
Education Fellows work for two years with Jewish communities across the South who
range in size from fewer than ten students to hundreds of students. The ISJL’s mission
is to ensure that all Jewish children in our Southern region receive access to an excellent
Jewish education, no matter where they live or the size of their religious school.
ISJL Education Fellows:
ISJL Education Fellows gain tremendous experience in this entry
level position building both Jewish communal service and leadership skills over the two
year fellowship period, as well as the opportunity to travel to unique Jewish communities
in the South. Education Fellows are based in our office in Jackson, Mississippi. On-thejob
training is provided, as well as salary, expenses and benefits.
To apply: Please send a résumé and cover letter to our Director of Education, Rachel
Stern (email@example.com). We accept applications on a rolling basis. Those received by
January 1, 2018 will receive priority consideration.
Are you interested in engaging in creative arts, exploring Judaism, and connecting with young Jewish adults from around the world? Then consider applying to BCI 2018 for this summer and having the experience of a lifetime. BCI (the Brandeis Collegiate Institute is a 27-day immersive program for adults, 20-29, located on the 2,700 acre Brandeis-Bardin campus in Southern California. The program, founded by 1941 by Dr. Shlomo Bardin, brings together young Jewish adults from all over the world to engage in Jewish learning, arts, culture and an exploration of community and selt.
Whether through the creative process of the arts, encountering our textual tradition, or working in our aquaponics garden, participants are asked to explore who they are, what it means to be Jewish in the 21st century, and what kind of communities they want to help build. it’s quite powerful to do this work in the context of a loving, supportive, and pluralistic community, and the friends made at BCI accompany you for a lifetime.
Kohn Summer Internship Program
“The URI Digs Israel Program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to be an integral part of an ongoing archaeological excavation in Israel. No prior archaeological experience needed. All majors are welcome.
As a part of the program, students will:
- participate in all aspects of the excavations at Tell es-Safi/Gath….
- participate in the various tasks that take place at the base camp, including recording, caring for, and analyzing artifacts.
- Take part in field trips to historical/archaeological sites and museums in the area.
- Learn from top scholars about topics relating to the site, the archaeology of Israel, and archaeological methodology.
- Gain 3 URI Credits (CSV 303)”
change tomorrow. Serving as garden-educators during the summer, they are at the center of
the Amir program, building productive gardens and farms with campers, and using the garden
space to teach about issues of environmental and social justice.
programming. These sites feature elaborate crop plans, farm animals, and a team of Amir
Farmers to build a unique educational space. Farm Managers are the connective tissue
between Amir’s program staff and their Farm sites, and valued leaders at camp. Farm Managers
are given the freedom required to ensure our youth participants, young adult Farmers, and
senior camp staff all have opportunities to express their needs and have them met.
Farm Managers are responsible for leading a team of 2 – 3 Farmers, creating program
schedules and work assignments, reporting progress to central Amir staff, and ensuring all local
camp protocol is being followed through the care of the Farm. Most importantly, Farm Managers
work with camp leadership to create and execute upon a vision for the Farm and its relationship
to the camp community. Farm Managers draw from significant agricultural and educational
experience.The ability to communicate, work well with, and manage a team is essential.
2018 IsraAID Humanitarian Fellowship
Get Back to Israel Webinars: Masa Israel webinars for potential participants are being held to help your students get back to Israel! Join Masa Israel for one or all of these sessions to learn about the various programs. Check out the links to register! Contact Paula Harlan with questions.
10-Week Paid Summer Internship: The Cleveland Hillel Summer Internship Program is a unique paid summer internship program open to Jewish students who will be rising college juniors or seniors. Deadline to apply is Jan. 31, 2018. Contact Michelle Winograd with questions.
Onward Israel’s Theme-Based Programs
Check out more endless Internship Opportunities for ages 19-27, heavily subsidized. Click here to learn more about the various program options