Springboard Fellow at Johns Hopkins Hillel

What You’ll Do

Support student-initiated programs and serve as a Jewish resource to students and student groups
Recruit and Teach Jewish Learning Fellowships.
Help craft and implement the annual cycle of Jewish holidays and Shabbat programming.
Provide Jewish students of diverse backgrounds and identities with a sense of belonging to the larger Jewish community on campus
Meet with students from different cohorts and demographics on campus to engage them, identify their interests and connect to opportunities.
Meet with students to help connect them with leadership roles in Hillel.
Work closely with the Director of Engagement to develop and execute a general strategy for programming and engagement.
Support recruitment for events, special programs and trips, including Birthright Israel, MTF and Alternative Spring Break.
Cultivate one-on-one relationships with Jewish students by meeting them where they live, work, study, and/or socialize.
Please note: Due to the nature of Jewish student life at Hopkins, during the semesters this position will require several nights/weekends, including for Shabbat and holidays.

Who You Are

You’re A Relationship-Builder: You thrive on meeting new people, understanding their interests, and forging meaningful connections.
You’re A Collaborative Team Player: You enjoy working collaboratively with a team to solve problems and explore new initiatives.
You’re A Passionate Learner: You love learning and continuously building up your Jewish knowledge.
You’re an Innovative Educator: You believe in infusing education into captivating experiences that stimulate the imagination.
You’re A Facilitator: You thrive in creating spaces for students to converse, share ideas, and explore and develop their own ideas on relevant issues.
You’re A Recent College Grad: Whatever your degree, you are excited about Jewish life on campus and have experience as a participant and maybe even as an educator in a Jewish educational setting.
You’re A Creative Thinker: You are constantly reimagining the ordinary, seeking ways to repurpose and improve things.
You’re A Bold Visionary: Think big and creatively, viewing everything as a possibility and embracing a risk-taking, entrepreneurial spirit.
~You’re A Springboard Fellow ~

What You’ll Bring to the Job

0 -3 years professional work experience
Bachelor’s degree
This is an in-person role location in Baltimore, Maryland; remote work is not available for this position
An outgoing, welcoming, warm, and inclusive personality.
Excitement to work within a pluralistic Jewish community.
Ability to identify challenges and a willingness to offer solutions as part of a team.
A strong self-motivated, flexible and resilient work ethic.
Confidence initiating and running programs, and serving as the lead staff.
Exceptional time management and organizational skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Basic social media skills, and ability to assist with marketing for the purpose of student outreach.
What You’ll Receive

Competitive salary in the nonprofit marketplace. The salary range for this role is $44,000 – $46,000 in year one of the Fellowship, and the salary range is $46,500- $47,500 in year two of the Fellowship.
A comprehensive benefits package, including health insurance, retirement plan, Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability (LTD) insurances, Flexible Spending accounts, vacation/sick time, and parental leave.
High-level professional development to help develop core skills in experiential education, including learning from some of the most innovative organizations in Jewish education today.
$3,200 in professional development funds from the Springboard Fellowship to utilize over the course of two years.
Intensive Jewish summer and year-long learning experiences that will provide you with the knowledge, passion, and critical tool kit to fuel your work building our Jewish communities.
Mentoring and career coaching to help you during and after your Fellowship.
A network of terrific colleagues from across the Hillel movement.
Travel opportunities, both domestically and internationally, multiple times per year (if permitted).