Jobs & Internships

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Summer Volunteer Merketing Internship

    Are you a Marketing or Communications Major?

    Interested in working with the Director of Marketing at a Jewish Non-Profit?

    Located in Somerset, NJ, The Oscar and Ella Wilf Campus for Senior Living has cared for older adults in a way that respects Jewish traditions and values by creating a comfortable home in central New Jersey where older adults are welcomed, respected, and cared for.

    Work directly with our Director of Marketing
     – Social Media
     – Event Planning
     – Donation Acknowledgements
     – Marketing Collateral
     – Photograph events

    This position requires your on-site presence, and we can be flexible with days and hours, but would prefer at least 3 days per week for 6 to 8 hours per day.

    The internship is currently a volunteer position and Wilf campus will provide recommendation letters and documentation of volunteer hours.

    Are you interested? Send a cover email and your resume to and we will respond within 24 hours.

    We hope to hear from you.

    Posted: 6/23/2022

    Counselors at Lake Owego Camp

      Lake Owego Camp is looking for fun, responsible and enthusiastic counselors for this summer. We are located in the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern PA (just 2 hours from NYC). Pine Forest Camp (co-ed campers) and Camp Timber Tops (girls campers) are also looking for counselors.

      Great salary, all travel expenses and room and board (that’s free food!) included. Meet and work with people from all over the world and make a difference in the life of a child. 

      We invite you to check out our website, our camp staff page, and to watch our videos.  Our Instagram is pretty cool, too! If you’re interested in becoming part of our team for Summer 2022, please submit an application and we’ll reach out to set-up an interview.

      Dates: June 20, 2022 – August 12, 2022

      Apply online at or email your resume to!

      Posted: 5/24/2022

      Jewish Educator at Congregation Beth El

        Congregation Beth El, a progressive and inclusive Conservative synagogue in South Orange, New Jersey, is looking for dynamic, warm, and creative Jewish educators for our innovative Jewish Learning Center beginning in the Fall of 2022. Our school emphasizes a compassionate approach to instruction using social, emotional, and spiritual learning guideposts. We have openings in a number of grades including Hebrew learning specialists in both one and two-day positions.

        Our classes take place on Sundays from 9:00am-12:00pm, Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:45– 6:00pm. Teachers should have experience leading Tefillah, teaching Hebrew, and proficient knowledge and ability to teach mitzvot, Torah, history, and holidays using experiential and engaging classroom techniques. Teachers must be proficient in using technology.

        Please submit a cover letter and resume to Director of Religious Education, Rivka Nelson at Teacher applicants should briefly describe their teaching style in the cover letter.


        Posted: 5/24/2022

        Summer 2022 Positions at Camp Walt Whitman
          Camp Walt Whitman is a premier coed sleepaway camp located in New Hampshire. Summer camp is an incredible place for college-age staff to grow personally and professionally while making a huge impact on the lives of children. We are currently looking for staff for Summer 2022. We are seeking staff who can be fun and energetic, while also balancing the needs of our campers and keep them safe through a summer away from home.

          Positions we are currently hiring for include; male cabin counselors and lifeguards, outdoor adventure trip leaders, bike trip leaders, fitness instructors, athletic coaches and others.

          Click here for more information. You can reach out to Itamar Kofman at with any questions.


          Posted: 5/24/2022

          Research Assistant, Center on Extremism at the ADL

            The Center on Extremism (COE) Research Assistant will conduct basic research into antisemitism, anti-Zionism, and  hate, to populate COE databases and share with other COE staff. The Research Assistant will support the work of COE Analyst(s) who study antisemitism and anti-Zionism.



            • Monitor, research, and evaluate large volumes of information from multiple sources pertaining to extremism, antisemitism, and hate, with special attention to antisemitism and anti-Zionsim
            • Populate COE databases with essential content, categories, and records
            • Summarize relevant data and share with COE Analysts and management
            • Help maintain quality and integrity of COE database content
            • Provide additional research support as requested on other issues dealt with by the Center on Extremism



            • Ability to read, understand, and summarize large volumes of information on a daily basis
            • Facility with information management tools
            • Excellent research skills, with knowledge of open source intelligence techniques (OSINT) preferred
            • Understanding of taxonomies and ability to categorize data accordingly
            • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, and ability to work in teams

            Work Experience

            • The ideal candidate has 1-3 years of experience with research and data entry.
            • Established familiarity with issues related to antisemitism and anti-Zionism preferred.


            • B.A. degree or equivalent experience

             Work Environment: 

            • Office environment
            • Flexibility to work additional hours when necessary to complete work assignments
            • ADL COVID-19 Protocol (updated periodically): ADL is adhering to CDC, State, local, and Federal orders regarding COVID-19. ADL requires that all employees are vaccinated with exceptions for medical and religious accommodations. ADL may require proof of vaccination. This role will start as a remote position but may transition to a hybrid environment when offices reopen.  


            • This position is a Grade C1, which has a salary midrange of $56,000 to $68,000. This salary midrange is reflective of a position based in New York, New York. Please note that actual salaries are commensurate with experience and reflect the budget for a given position, and since ADL has a location-based compensation structure, there may be a different range for candidates in other locations.  

            Click this link to apply:


            Posted: 5/11/2022

            Religious School Director

              Congregation Beth El of Yardley PA, an inclusive, dynamic, warm, conservative synagogue, is searching for a part-time (20-25 hours per week) Religious School Director for its Hebrew school. The ideal candidate will be energetic and engaging with students and their families, have a passion for Jewish education, and help us foster a multi-sensory, hands-on learning environment that is creative, innovative, and includes establishing positive working relationships with teachers, students, families, and lay leaders. We are looking for an experienced educator with excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. Effective collaboration skills and creativity are crucial to the position. 

              The director will report directly to the School Board and will manage the school and teachers. The director will be responsible for recruiting and hiring religious school staff. The director must be able to step into the classroom to cover, if needed. They will also keep records, manage the school-wing of the building, coordinate special programs and projects, and collaborate with the security committee and other synagogue committees to ensure, create, and carry out safety/security procedures for students. The director will also attend monthly school board meetings and weekly staff meetings.

              Candidates must be available for school sessions Wednesdays 4:30 to 6:30pm and Sundays 9am to 12 noon, as well as for mutually agreed upon weekly office hours. The candidate will need to be available for occasional special events on weekdays and Shabbat/holidays and will be an integral member of the synagogue community. 

              The director will act as a liaison between Bar/Bat Mitzvah families, tutor, and Rabbi, and attend and conduct Bar Mitzvah University classes (BMU). These are scheduled approximately 6 times per school year.  In addition, the director will attend weekly synagogue staff meetings.

              To apply, contact Linda Schwartz at


              Posted: 5/11/2022

              Family Shabbat Service Leader at TBMEC

                TBEMC is looking for a student or adult who has expertise in leading a family Shabbat service.

                We are hoping to find someone for the high holidays of 2022 and other dates in the coming year.

                “A strong family service leader for family services/ junior congregation/ religious school programming on holidays and other dates to be determined. Approximately 3-6 times per year.”

                Someone who knows music/plays guitar would be a plus.

                About TBEMC:
                For over 100 years, Temple Beth-El Mekor Chayim (TBEMC), a USCJ member, has provided for the needs of the Jewish community of Union County, NJ. As a Conservative, egalitarian congregation, we are committed to the beauty of traditional Judaism while being a fully inclusive and modern congregation.

                We have 150 member families plus 35 associates (out of area). Our spiritual leader is Rabbi Paul Kerbel since August 2019. There are 50 children in the religious school.

                 To apply, contact Laura Cohen at 


                Posted: 4/20/2022

                Assistant Camp Director - JCC Camps at Medford

                  Principal Responsibilities:

                  • Lead on staff recruitment and retention
                  • Researching, setting up, and leading tables at hiring fairs and other community events
                    Local high school and college outreach for hiring
                    Gatekeeper of applications for prospective staff
                  • Lead on staff experience development
                  • Staff appreciation and reunion events
                    Planning for staff bonding experiences with seasonal leadership team
                  • Participate in camper recruitment – participate in marketing, open houses, camp fairs, parlor meetings, synagogues, social media, etc.
                  • Attend various conferences and trainings, for the purpose of staying current and keeping camp cutting edge
                  • Creating and implementing Camp 365 programming- year-round camp events, vacation days in conjunction with the Children’s Coordinator, camper and staff reunions
                  • Assist with young alumni engagement
                  • On call responsibilities during Camp season and when Director and Associate Director are unavailable
                  • Work with seasonal directors on bunking and review of camper important information
                  • Work in partnership with Camp Director to create annual Jewish theme guide
                  • Coordinate Judaic, Israel, and Social Justice programming at Camp including but not limited to Israel Week, Ruach Week, and more.
                  • Coordinate Shlichim (Israeli emissaries) and host families
                  • Coordinate Maccabiah Color War programming including camp-wide break, special schedules, and swag
                  • Coordinate special events, theme days, and special guests at camp
                  • Create weekly newsletter during camp season and monthly newsletter in off-season (with JCC Marketing Department)
                  • Coordinate social media (with Camp Director and JCC Marketing Department)

                  Minimum Qualifications:

                  Qualifications: The successful candidate will have the following characteristics, experience, skills and attributes:

                  • Master preferred but at minimum a bachelor’s degree, preferably in education, social work, psychology, communications, nonprofit management, recreation, or a related field
                  • Strong background in Jewish day or residential camping
                  • Working knowledge of Judaism, Jewish community and Jewish traditions, with experience in formal or informal Jewish education. Appreciation for the wide and continuously evolving range of Jewish cultural and religious practice.
                  • Entrepreneurial and willing to take risks with new program concepts
                  • Enthusiastic, adaptable, dependable, and possesses an excellent work ethic
                  • Love of working with children and families
                  • Articulate and possesses excellent customer service skills. Manages difficult or emotional customer situations. Treats others with respect and consideration
                  • Superior Interpersonal and Supervisory Skills – Adapt to changing work environments and maintains a good working relationship with co-workers, supervisees, lay people and others. Shares skills with others
                  • Must be self-directed with ability to accept guidance and supervision
                  • Able to work effectively both independently and with a team
                  • Ability to manage multiple projects and portfolios simultaneously
                  • Strong administrative skills. Should possess computer skills (including use of Microsoft Office suite)
                  • Must be available and flexible for some evening and weekend hours


                  $45,000 – $55,000

                  Agency Information:

                  Our Mission: The JCC Camps at Medford enriches the lives of children by teaching values and life skills in a fun, safe, inclusive, Jewish environment while building confidence, sharing successes, and creating lasting friendships and memories.

                  Apply Here:


                  Posted: 4/19/2022

                  USY Group Leader

                    Congregation Neve Shalom in Metuchen is looking for someone to lead our USY group for grades 8-12 and our younger group for grades 3-7, beginning in September. The groups meet one or two times a month and we can be somewhat flexible with days of the week, but we do like to keep our younger group on Tuesday, directly after Religious School, with the USY group possibly meeting directly after. The applicants should be creative, organized, have excellent communication skills, and be familiar with Jewish holidays to plan activities around holidays. Being familiar with USY is a plus.

                    We are also always looking for teachers, substitutes, and teaching assistants for our Religious skills. These applicants should be familiar with the aleph bet and able to comfortably read Hebrew.

                    Resumes can be emailed to Melissa Boxer at 

                    Posted: 4/19/2022

                    Grant Research and Writing Associate

                      The Orthodox Union (OU) is looking for a part time Grant Research and Writing Associate for a quickly
                      growing segment of the Institutional Advancement (IA) Department. Candidate would assist to identify
                      potential grants from Foundations for the many social-service programs of the OU for the Jewish
                      community. This position requires exceptional writing skills, along with general research experience.
                      Knowledge of how Foundations operate within philanthropy is a strong advantage. The position is
                      remote and will require data entry into our CRM fundraising system when applicable.
                      Candidates should apply to Jeffrey Korbman at with current resume’, writing sample
                      and cover letter.

                      Posted: 4/19/2022

                      Avodah Jewish Service Corps

                        Hillel Students: Apply today and join our community for life.

                        While our priority deadline just passed, there is still time for justice-seeking students in your Hillel community to apply for the Jewish Service Corps, an opportunity to spend a year working, living, and learning at the crossroads of activism and Jewish life. The next deadline is February 28th and we strongly encourage interested applicants to apply by this next deadline to ensure their best chances of joining our cohorts in the fall. As a refresher, members of the Jewish Service Corps gain:

                        • Real-world expertise through critical, hands-on work experience at leading placement organizations;
                        • A systemic analysis on poverty and Jewish social justice insights through our innovative, experiential curriculum;
                        • A communal home that’s pluralistic, values-driven, and sustaining;
                        • Access to activism, professional development, and Jewish opportunities for life;
                        • Free housing, health insurance, a transportation allowance, and a monthly living stipend.

                        Do you or your students have questions about the Service Corps application, references, or the program itself? Email our Recruitment Director, Emily at

                        Start your application today!

                        Posted: 2/8/2022

                        Hebrew School Teacher

                        Share your passion t’filah, and Jewish holidays with our sixth graders. We have an immediate opening for a sixth-grade teacher. Sundays from 11:15 am – 1:10 pm. Preference is for someone with a degree in teaching and/or strong experience in Jewish educational settings.

                        The Glen Rock Jewish Center ( is a thriving community of approximately 225 families nestled in a suburban town of Bergen County, NJ, 10 minutes from Teaneck. The Glen Rock Jewish Center is dedicated to preserving Jewish values and providing lifelong Jewish experiences for individuals and families living in Glen Rock and neighboring communities.

                        We desire a teacher who demonstrates the following skills and qualities:

                        • Plans lessons that are rooted in the Jewish tradition and strengthen students’ Jewish identity.
                        • Uses diverse teaching strategies to meet students’ needs.
                        • Enhances students understanding of Hebrew.
                        • Integrates technology as a tool to enhance learning.
                        • Communicates effectively with parents and staff.
                        • Fosters a classroom environment which celebrates individual differences while creating a supportive community-centered atmosphere.
                        • Attends and actively participates in staff meetings, grade-specific programming and professional development opportunities.
                        • Collaborates with Hebrew School staff members.


                        Posted: 1/25/2022

                        Youth Advisor for New Youth Group in Rumson, NJ

                        Congregation B’nai Israel in Rumson is seeking a motivated youth advisor to work directly with the rabbi to start a new USY (Conservative) Youth Group.

                        We are looking for someone with energy and enthusiasm who wants to work with high school age students and make a difference in a fast growing community.

                        Very flexible hours, competitive salary, and the job comes with a private office. 

                        Rumson is located in a beautiful part of the Jersey Shore and is minutes from the beaches and Sandy Hook.

                        Interested applicants should contact Rabbi Doug Sagal at 908 337 7655 or

                        Posted: 1/18/2022

                        Jewish Engagement Coordinator

                        Seeking creative and enthusiastic Jewish educator to develop and lead the youth education  programs at Highland Park Conservative Temple Congregation Anshe Emeth (HPCTC-CAE). We  are a growing, neighborhood-based, Conservative Jewish community located in Highland Park, NJ. The Jewish Engagement coordinator is a part-time 20 hours a week position. 

                        The ideal candidate is passionate about Jewish education and will have the requisite  background, knowledge, and demeanor to engage our youth and their families. This individual  should have a strong program coordination background and be experienced in working with  synagogue congregants, staff, and leadership. 

                        The position will include program management, curriculum development, instructional support,  community building, space-related logistics, and mentoring of youth service leaders. The Jewish  Engagement Coordinator will foster a supportive, creative, and dynamic setting for all  programs; will work collaboratively with the HPCTC-CAE Rabbi, Executive Director, HPCTC-CEA President, office staff, and the Youth Education Committee. This person will be expected to  meet with Sisterhood and Men’s Club at least once during the year to seek program  sponsorship and coordinate a joint family program. They will also work with other committees  as needed. 


                        • BA/BS degree in Education, Jewish Education, or related field preferred
                        • Experience in an education role with demonstrated experience in program development, curriculum planning, and implementation
                        • Knowledge and appreciation of Jewish life, traditions, and culture with the ability to integrate these concepts into educational material appropriately for students
                        • Demonstrated experience with participant engagement and program retention
                        • Demonstrated skills in program marketing and social media usage 
                        • Excellent written and oral communication skills 
                        • Prior experience working in Jewish congregational programming, Jewish education, and youth programming (formal education, camp, or other experiential educational  experience) 
                        • Team player who works collaboratively with professional staff and lay leaders
                        • Strong interpersonal skills; outgoing personality; unbridled enthusiasm 

                        Responsibilities and Duties: 

                        • Plan, promote and deliver at least five Shabbat Lunch and Learn sessions for each of four  student cohorts between Oct. 1 – June 30
                        • Record maintenance, including registration and budget information 
                        • Logistics, including ordering program lunch and program materials 
                        • Program promotion including creating flyers for email distribution 
                        • Outreach to community beyond HPCT-CAE 
                        • Plan, promote and deliver two programs for post B’nai Mitzah students between Oct. 1 – June 30
                        • Record maintenance, including registration and budget information 
                        • Logistics, including ordering program refreshments and program materials
                        • Program promotion including creating flyers for email distribution 
                        • Outreach to community beyond HPCT-CAE 
                        • Actively participate in the planning and implementation of holiday and special programming (grade-level family services, class programs, holiday programs). 
                        • Present a bi-annual written report with suggestions and recommended program modifications

                        Weekend and/or evening work required.

                        Job Type: Part-time 20 Hours per week (September – June academic year)

                        To apply, contact Linda Tondow, Executive Director at

                        Posted: 1/18/2022

                        New Jersey Division on Civil Rights is seeking interns

                        We, the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights (DCR), are dedicated to protecting the people of New Jersey from discrimination and bias-based harassment in employment, housing, and places of public accommodation. Achieving full civil rights and eliminating discrimination is not only our goal, but our mission.

                        Three internship opportunities currently exist with the Department of Law & Public Safety, Division on Civil Rights:

                        NJ DCR Public Health Externship – Spring 2022
                        (Application Deadline is Dec 15)
                        NJ DCR Community Relations Unit Internship – Spring 2022
                        (Application Deadline is Dec 15)
                        NJ DCR Education & Training Internship – Spring 2022
                        (Application Deadline is Dec 3)
                        To view more employment opportunities with Department of Law & Public Safety , click here.

                        Posted: 11/29/2021

                        The '22-'23 Jewish Service Corps application is now open!

                        Who should apply?
                        Our Corps Members are curious and compassionate. They come from a diverse range of backgrounds and have had different levels of engagement in the Jewish community. Sometimes they already know what career path is right for them, and sometimes they’re trying to find their place in the fight for justice. In short, they are:

                        – Between the ages of 21-26;
                        – Seeking a community with Jewish values;
                        – Passionate about fighting injustice.

                        Our Corps Members will:

                        Gain real-world expertise through critical, hands-on work experience. They’re placed with one of Avodah’s partner organizations in Chicago, New Orleans, New York, Washington, DC, or San Diego. Through on-the-ground direct service work, Corps Members contribute meaningfully to our partners’ work on crucial justice issues such as immigration, climate change, education, housing, criminal justice reform, and more.

                        Develop activist chops and Jewish social justice insights. Avodah’s innovative curriculum examines the root causes and effects of systemic oppression, develops practical skills, and looks at justice work with a Jewish lens. Programming deepens, contextualizes, and nourishes Corp Members’ day-to-day work while preparing them to sustainably stay in social and economic justice movements for the long haul.

                        Live and learn in the dynamic Avodah community. Home-cooked meals, late-night conversations, and holiday celebrations make living communally in the bayit (house) memorable and meaningful. Corps Members co-create intentional communities across the country, including in our new Jews of Color Bayit in NYC!

                        Access activism, professional development, and Jewish opportunities for life. Over 1,400 social justice leaders across the country serve as active, engaged members of our alumni community. They’ll help Corps Members with everything from apartment hunts to job references to holiday meals invites.

                        Have their basic needs met while they serve for justice. In addition to a year of professional and personal growth, Corps Members receive a modest monthly living stipend, health insurance, a travel allowance, and housing.

                        Click this link to apply!

                        Posted: 11/29/2021

                        Summer Jobs at Jewish Summer Camp Etgar 36

                        ENJOY TRAVEL, POLITICS, AND HISTORY?

                        JOIN THE ETGAR 36 STAFF THIS SUMMER!

                        Etgar 36 is a summer cross-country journey for high school teens.  We meet, discuss and debate with all sides of political issues to develop the participant’s voice and power, and empower and inspire them to get involved to create change!

                        As a staff member you will be able to work with and teach teens, help develop the future leadership of America, travel across the country, and hear from influential and prestigious speakers.

                        For more information on the program and to apply for a staff position please see the Etgar 36 website: WWW.ETGAR.ORG or email

                        Posted: 11/17/2021

                        Summer 2022 Positions at Camp Kingswood

                        Camp Kingswood is looking to hire staff for summer 2022. Positions include:

                        • General Counselors
                        • Unit Heads & Area Heads
                        • Lifeguards
                        • Water Sports Instructors
                        • Land Sports Instructors
                        • Adventure, Wilderness, and Trips Instructors
                        • Performing Arts & Music Staff
                        • Visual & Creative Arts Staff
                        • …and several more!

                        A full list of job and internship opportunities can be found by clicking here to go to their website.

                        You can contact Assistant Director Jon Ferris at


                        Posted: 11/16/2021