Program Manager for Teen Engagement

The Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom is a North American-based non-profit organization committed to forging bridges between Muslim and Jewish women and teen girls and building community leaders prepared to stand up for one another and against prejudice and hate. The Sisterhood operates through three main branches- chapters, which are local groups of Muslim and Jewish women or teens who commit to meeting regularly for interfaith discussion, learning, and service work, an annual conference and regional gatherings, which bring together Muslim and Jewish women and allies from across the United States, Canada, and abroad, and an annual Building Bridges trip, which travels to a place of mutual Muslim-Jewish significance. 

The Sisterhood seeks a part-time program manager to be responsible for one of our newest initiatives, programming for teen girls. The position will be remote and require approximately ten hours/week. The purpose of this role is to provide support to existing and newly forming chapters, to identify areas of potential growth and to cultivate new chapters in those areas, to provide leadership resources and skill development opportunities to the teens, and to serve as a liaison between the teens, Central Office, and overall Sisterhood.

 The program director will communicate with our teens primarily through webinar, text, WhatsApp, and email methods and will report to the Assistant Director. This programming focus is still evolving, so the position will require innovation, creativity, and flexibility. Qualifications include previous work in community building and with youth/teens, experience in interfaith environments, excellent communication and organizational skills, time management, ability to work independently, and familiarity with Zoom webinar services, Google suite, and social media platforms. Hours will be flexible but will likely include after-school, evenings, and occasionally, Sundays. Compensation will be part-time, hourly, and commensurate with experience.

 Major job responsibilities include: 

  • Support the planning and execution of the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom teen chapter expansion commitment
  • Work closely with the Teen Chapter Expansion Board Committee head to support organized chapter growth through the establishment of new chapters located throughout North America
  • Work closely with the co-leaders of existing and newly forming teen chapters to provide training, guidance, and support on chapter formation and management, the implementation of special projects, and the development of leadership transition plans 
  • Provide necessary resources, including, but not limited to webinars, toolkits, and guidebooks
  • Maintain responsibility for potential member communication and correspondence
  • Collect photo releases for all teen members
  • Conduct regular meetings to help guide expansion of new chapters and to facilitate management of existing chapters (monthly teen webinars or Help Desk)
  • Update and monitor social media teen content (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
  • Help generate press opportunities for teen chapters

Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and resume for consideration to


Posted 2/19/2020

Camp Counselors Needed

If you are majoring in Education, Psychology, Speech Pathology, Social Work, or any other field in which you will be working with children, we have a great summer opportunity for you. 

Come help Surprise Lake Camp continue to fill our 119-year-old mission of providing a great summer experience for children in Cold Spring, New York. We offer low wages, long hours, and a chance to live, work, and play with the greatest kids in the world on a beautiful summer camp in a child-centric environment. 

Cabin Counselors have the best and most important job on camp. You will be responsible for the day-to-day, health, safety, management and enjoyment of a bunk of children whom you will get to know very well. Our cabin counselors are dedicated individuals who put kids first. Our benefits include the opportunity to change a child’s life, to watch their faces light up with wonder as you show them the stars at night, or help the accomplish something they thought was impossible just a few minutes ago. 

At the same time, you will gain valuable skills in the field of behavior management. You will learn how to build appropriate positive relationships with your campers, how to multi-task, and multi-manage. You will gain the ability to speak to children in a manner that encourages positive behavior, and listen to children in a way that fosters positive communication. 

Typical responsibilities include, but are not limited to, ensuring your campers’ health and safety, leading by examples, participating in all youth based activities, playing, swimming, and ensuring that all campers are participating in program to their fullest potential. 

Surprise Lake Camp is a non-affiliated Jewish sleepaway camp committed to hiring a diverse staff. We support and welcome cis gender, LGBTQ+, gender fluid, non-conforming campers and staff. 

Interested parties should forward resume and cover letter to 


Posted 1/30/2020

Teen Advisor at Temple Beth O’r Beth Torah

Temple Beth O’r Beth Torah, a vibrant Conservative congregation in Clark, NJ is looking for an energetic and engaging Teen Advisor for monthly gatherings with students in grades 8 through 12, from November through June.   We offer attractive compensation and full support.

Contact Cantor Stern at


Posted 11/7/19

Babysitter Needed

Looking for someone to pick up our infant son from a local daycare in Highland Park and walk him to our home a few blocks away. From 6PM-7/7:30PM, M-T.

Please contact Yaelle at 443-413-5191 or if interested!


Posted 10/29/19

Park Place Positions Available
Park Place is looking for workers. Full and part time positions available. Great opportunity for college and high school students! If interested, please contact Paul at 732-565-1234 or email at


Posted 10/25/19

RPRY Positions Available
RPRY is looking for a few people to work Thursday afternoons in their aftercare  from 3:25-6:00pm.
Please contact Batsheva Goldman at 732-572-5052 ext 215 or  


Posted 10/25/19

Part-Time Judaic Studies Education Job at RPRY in Edison, NJ (Monday-Friday)

You would be working in the 6th grade classroom with a sweet girl who has Down Syndrome. Great experience, especially for those interested in education, special needs, or Judaic studies. Hours are: Monday-Thursday from 8:15-10:05 and 11:30-12:30. Friday from 8:15-9:05 and 10:45-11:15. If you are interested, please email


Posted 10/2/19

Sweets to Nuts Sales Position

Sweets to Nuts, the kosher candy store in Highland Park, is looking for sales help. Please contact Marion Bernstein at or call 732-246-4686.


Posted 9/26/19