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Peaches Sanfilippo wrote on November 17, 2022 at 9:40 am
Hey! My name is Peaches and I work for The Standard College Park, a brand-new student apartment community coming to UMD! We are leasing for Fall 2023 and are hiring for our part-time Leasing Ambassador position. You'd get to join a team of fun and energetic, hard-working individuals, work close to campus, and be the face of our brand, helping people sign leases and answer questions about The Standard. It's a great opportunity to build your marketing and customer service skills, plus attend fun events! If you're interested, please email a copy of your resume and availability to info@thestandardcollegepark.com. Also, feel free to text in with any questions about the job or The Standard in general to 240-332-1694!
Hey! My name is Peaches and I work for The Standard College Park, a brand-new student apartment community coming to UMD! We are leasing for Fall 2023 and are hiring for our part-time Leasing Ambassador position. You'd get to join a team of fun and energetic, hard-working individuals, work close to campus, and be the face of our brand, helping people sign leases and answer questions about The Standard. It's a great opportunity to build your marketing and customer service skills, plus attend fun events! If you're interested, please email a copy of your resume and availability to info@thestandardcollegepark.com. Also, feel free to text in with any questions about the job or The Standard in general to 240-332-1694!
Capital Camps wrote on November 14, 2022 at 6:51 pm
Capital Camps is the premier Jewish community overnight camp in the region. At Capital Camps, we inspire our campers and staff to grow as individuals and to build Jewish communities through meaningful challenges and shared experiences. Camp is brought to life by a summer staff team of approximately 175 individuals with incredibly diverse backgrounds. As a staff member at Capital Camps, you’ll gain intentional training and opportunities to grow and develop in a wide variety of skills and settings, all while having a ton of fun! Click here to submit your application: https://capital.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/App
Capital Camps is the premier Jewish community overnight camp in the region. At Capital Camps, we inspire our campers and staff to grow as individuals and to build Jewish communities through meaningful challenges and shared experiences. Camp is brought to life by a summer staff team of approximately 175 individuals with incredibly diverse backgrounds. As a staff member at Capital Camps, you’ll gain intentional training and opportunities to grow and develop in a wide variety of skills and settings, all while having a ton of fun! Click here to submit your application: https://capital.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/App
Andy Binstock wrote on November 13, 2022 at 11:08 pm
TORAH READERS WANTED!!! Looking for experienced male torah readers for early morning weekday Shacharit at Ohev Sholom, a Modern Orthodox congregation in Upper Northwest DC. You will need to provide your own transportation, but generous weekly stipend available. Looking forward to having you in the community!
TORAH READERS WANTED!!! Looking for experienced male torah readers for early morning weekday Shacharit at Ohev Sholom, a Modern Orthodox congregation in Upper Northwest DC. You will need to provide your own transportation, but generous weekly stipend available. Looking forward to having you in the community!
National Council of Jewish Women wrote on November 9, 2022 at 11:49 am
Job Title: Government Relations and Advocacy Internship Opportunities & Responsibilities: Learn about public policy and the legislative process by assisting staff and attending legislative hearings, briefings, national coalition meetings, rallies, and press conferences. Assist with issue portfolios, such as reproductive rights, the federal courts, voting rights, economic justice, LGBTQ equality, religious liberty, and immigration. Draft and edit advocacy materials, including points, regulatory comments, letters, op-eds, policy updates, etc.  Plan and execute a lobby day by meeting with congressional staff to discuss NCJW priority issues. Gain an understanding of NCJW and what it’s like to work for a non-profit, volunteer-led organization. Qualifications: Strong writing and communication skills, ability to learn quickly, and a commitment to social justice issues. No previous professional experience necessary, just a willingness to learn and get involved. Two years of higher education or commensurate experience strongly preferred. To Apply: See application details on attached website link.
Job Title: Government Relations and Advocacy Internship Opportunities & Responsibilities: Learn about public policy and the legislative process by assisting staff and attending legislative hearings, briefings, national coalition meetings, rallies, and press conferences. Assist with issue portfolios, such as reproductive rights, the federal courts, voting rights, economic justice, LGBTQ equality, religious liberty, and immigration. Draft and edit advocacy materials, including points, regulatory comments, letters, op-eds, policy updates, etc.  Plan and execute a lobby day by meeting with congressional staff to discuss NCJW priority issues. Gain an understanding of NCJW and what it’s like to work for a non-profit, volunteer-led organization. Qualifications: Strong writing and communication skills, ability to learn quickly, and a commitment to social justice issues. No previous professional experience necessary, just a willingness to learn and get involved. Two years of higher education or commensurate experience strongly preferred. To Apply: See application details on attached website link.
Ohr Kodesh Congregation wrote on November 4, 2022 at 2:22 pm
The K-7 Alvin Browdy Religious School meets Sundays 9:00AM-12:00PM and Wednesdays 4:15PM-6:15PM. At this time, we are primarily looking for a middle school instructor for Sunday mornings. Rates begin at $36/hour and are commensurate with experience. Training and support are available to candidates of all experience levels. We encourage students to delve deeply into important topics, to become critical thinkers and active participants within their own Jewish journeys. Hebrew instruction and regular tefillah give students the tools to lead services and gain competency in text study and prayer. Ohr Kodesh is a Conservative synagogue, just outside of Washington DC, facing East/West Hwy. Local bus service provides direct access to the Silver Spring, Friendship Heights, Bethesda, and Wheaton Metro stations. Interested? Send a resume and cover letter to Wilhelmina Gottschalk, Religious School Director, wgottschalk@ohrkodesh.org. We are always looking to deepen our bench of subs as well! If you are looking for occasional teaching, fill out our substitute interest form at https://www.ohrkodesh.org/form/substitute-teaching
The K-7 Alvin Browdy Religious School meets Sundays 9:00AM-12:00PM and Wednesdays 4:15PM-6:15PM. At this time, we are primarily looking for a middle school instructor for Sunday mornings. Rates begin at $36/hour and are commensurate with experience. Training and support are available to candidates of all experience levels. We encourage students to delve deeply into important topics, to become critical thinkers and active participants within their own Jewish journeys. Hebrew instruction and regular tefillah give students the tools to lead services and gain competency in text study and prayer. Ohr Kodesh is a Conservative synagogue, just outside of Washington DC, facing East/West Hwy. Local bus service provides direct access to the Silver Spring, Friendship Heights, Bethesda, and Wheaton Metro stations. Interested? Send a resume and cover letter to Wilhelmina Gottschalk, Religious School Director, wgottschalk@ohrkodesh.org. We are always looking to deepen our bench of subs as well! If you are looking for occasional teaching, fill out our substitute interest form at https://www.ohrkodesh.org/form/substitute-teaching

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