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Haley Amdur wrote on September 30, 2022 at 2:15 pm
Washington Hebrew Congregation is looking to hire teachers for Sunday morning and Tuesday afternoon programs at the Julia Bindeman Suburban Center in Potomac MD! Sunday mornings run from 9:30-12pm and Tuesdays run from 4:30-6pm. Both days have available positions for assistant and lead teachers. Our elective model allows teachers to teach based on their passions through a Jewish lens. Cooking, improv, art, creative writing, and more, we've seen it all! We're passionate about helping you teach what you're passionate about. Hebrew teaching positions also available Sunday and Tuesday afternoons. Assistant teacher rates start at $18/hour while lead teacher rates begin at $30/hour. Please reach out to hamdur@whctemple if you are interested!
Washington Hebrew Congregation is looking to hire teachers for Sunday morning and Tuesday afternoon programs at the Julia Bindeman Suburban Center in Potomac MD! Sunday mornings run from 9:30-12pm and Tuesdays run from 4:30-6pm. Both days have available positions for assistant and lead teachers. Our elective model allows teachers to teach based on their passions through a Jewish lens. Cooking, improv, art, creative writing, and more, we've seen it all! We're passionate about helping you teach what you're passionate about. Hebrew teaching positions also available Sunday and Tuesday afternoons. Assistant teacher rates start at $18/hour while lead teacher rates begin at $30/hour. Please reach out to hamdur@whctemple if you are interested!
Larry Fishel wrote on September 19, 2022 at 5:45 pm
I would like to hire a student to assist me with a very brief research project. Details are below. Here is the project: 1. The student does not need to have any special training or experience or level of education. 2. The student will need to be able to take very clear photos with their digital camera or cellphone. 2. I need the student to go to the archives and take photos of about 700-1000 photos that are located there in a collection that is now housed there. They will need to have their own digital camera or cellphone (such as an iPhone) that has high resolution and takes very clear photos. 3. The photos in this collection are not arranged in any particular order, and were recently acquired by the archives. I need a photo taken of each one of the collection's photos. The student will then email me the file containing the photos. 4. Payment is $18.00/hour. I anticipate this will take about 5 hours total. (The student may be able to lay out e.g. 10 photos at a time on a table at the archives, take a photo of each one, put those back, take out 10... Read more
I would like to hire a student to assist me with a very brief research project. Details are below. Here is the project: 1. The student does not need to have any special training or experience or level of education. 2. The student will need to be able to take very clear photos with their digital camera or cellphone. 2. I need the student to go to the archives and take photos of about 700-1000 photos that are located there in a collection that is now housed there. They will need to have their own digital camera or cellphone (such as an iPhone) that has high resolution and takes very clear photos. 3. The photos in this collection are not arranged in any particular order, and were recently acquired by the archives. I need a photo taken of each one of the collection's photos. The student will then email me the file containing the photos. 4. Payment is $18.00/hour. I anticipate this will take about 5 hours total. (The student may be able to lay out e.g. 10 photos at a time on a table at the archives, take a photo of each one, put those back, take out 10 more, lay them on the table, take a photo of each one, etc. until all photos have been photographed. 5. I will give the student detailed instructions and have already contacted the Archives. 6. The student does NOT need to be able to do all of this in one sitting. They could, for example, spend 1-2 hours per day until finished. 7. I will mail them a personal check or VISA or American Express gift card when finished. Thank you very much! Larry Fishel, Ph.D. grusdich123@yahoo.com
Beth Shalom Congregation wrote on September 14, 2022 at 9:34 am
Part Time Youth Coordinator Position needed. Please click on the website for more information.
Part Time Youth Coordinator Position needed. Please click on the website for more information.
Rebecca Suissa wrote on September 13, 2022 at 4:09 pm
Job Description Our congregation is looking for an energetic Jewish leader to facilitate our children’s programming for Saturday morning Shabbat services each week. Our Shabbat program coordinator will be responsible for translating the weekly parasha into interactive, creative play and storytelling with our toddler group (ages 3-6). This program will be about 1 hour in duration and you will be responsible for preparing and submitting the program guide and schedule to the Board of Directors in advance. The synagogue will provide any crafts or materials you might need to make your program come to life. In the 2nd hour, you’ll shift your focus to our older kid group (ages 8+) and help to lead Teen Kiddush - a unique program designed to empower our tweens and teens to learn and deliver dvar Torah (“words of Torah “) on Shabbat and holidays. Above all, part of your position is to engage and relate to our youth through friendship to help inspire them in the ways of derech eretz, Torah, and mitzvot. Position Details Hours: every Saturday, 10am-Noon (plus preparation time) Address: 11215 Woodglen Drive, North Bethesda, MD 20852 Compensation: $200/week Description or Children's Programmings at Magen David Sephardic Congregation Toddler Playroom... Read more
Job Description Our congregation is looking for an energetic Jewish leader to facilitate our children’s programming for Saturday morning Shabbat services each week. Our Shabbat program coordinator will be responsible for translating the weekly parasha into interactive, creative play and storytelling with our toddler group (ages 3-6). This program will be about 1 hour in duration and you will be responsible for preparing and submitting the program guide and schedule to the Board of Directors in advance. The synagogue will provide any crafts or materials you might need to make your program come to life. In the 2nd hour, you’ll shift your focus to our older kid group (ages 8+) and help to lead Teen Kiddush - a unique program designed to empower our tweens and teens to learn and deliver dvar Torah (“words of Torah “) on Shabbat and holidays. Above all, part of your position is to engage and relate to our youth through friendship to help inspire them in the ways of derech eretz, Torah, and mitzvot. Position Details Hours: every Saturday, 10am-Noon (plus preparation time) Address: 11215 Woodglen Drive, North Bethesda, MD 20852 Compensation: $200/week Description or Children's Programmings at Magen David Sephardic Congregation Toddler Playroom & Children's Service On Shabbat morning, bring your littles on over to our Toddler Playroom for a structured and fun-filled Shabbat program that enables them to attend synagogue in a meaningful way, affording parents to pray and meditate with kavanah ("intention"). Led by an experienced educator, the children pray, play games, sing Shabbat songs, hear stories and learn the Parashat HaShavuah ("weekly Torah portion"). The parasha and its lessons come alive through stories, drama, songs and engaging games and prizes! One of the highlights of the Children's Service is participating in the main sanctuary's Torah service. The children join the main service for the singing of Yimloch L'olam Vaed and the lifting of the Torah. Every child has the opportunity to kiss the Sefer Torah, after which he or she receives a kosher and organic Shabbat treat from one of our dedicated members. Kid Lounge & Teen Kiddush Children ages 8+ have a dedicated space called the Kid Lounge with more age-appropriate books, games and activities. While MDSC hosts a deliciously lavish kiddush lunch on a weekly basis, Teen Kiddush provides MDSC pre-teens and teens with their often-needed space and independence, while giving them a distinguished seat at the Shabbat table. Teen Kiddush is a special setup in the Kid Lounge prior to the main Kiddush lunch served downstairs. During the Teen Kiddush the kids say kiddush, nosh on food & drinks that are kid-approved, socialize with one another, and say Birkat Al Hamichya ("blessing after foods") together. Each week, one teen is tasked to give a dvar Torah ("words of Torah") during the Teen Kiddush and that teen receives a special Shabbat gift from MDSC
Jodi Saunders wrote on September 7, 2022 at 1:25 pm
Looking for highly motivated UMD students to teach SAT & ACT prep at area high schools. We are seeking applicants who want to positively impact their communities, who are energetic, inspiring, intelligent, responsible, and fun!  This is an excellent part-time job for an upperclassman, graduate student or recent UMD alum who is looking to teach part-time and earn extra money. Flexible schedule- evenings and weekends available.  Training, curriculum and materials are all provided. Competitive pay: $17-$25/hour based on experience, with bonus potential And here’s what our teachers say about working at The Answer Class …. “…a fun and convenient way to make a positive impact on the community and also make extra money.” “I love the people I work with and also I think it serves an important purpose. . . it’s a great job and really rewarding.” “This is probably one of the best jobs I've ever had (My bosses) are so kind! They really care about their employees! It's also a very low-stress job.” **Our mission: We feel strongly that all students, regardless of family income, location, school, and extra-curricular schedules should have the opportunity to present their strongest college application. For this reason, we founded The Answer Class... Read more
Looking for highly motivated UMD students to teach SAT & ACT prep at area high schools. We are seeking applicants who want to positively impact their communities, who are energetic, inspiring, intelligent, responsible, and fun!  This is an excellent part-time job for an upperclassman, graduate student or recent UMD alum who is looking to teach part-time and earn extra money. Flexible schedule- evenings and weekends available.  Training, curriculum and materials are all provided. Competitive pay: $17-$25/hour based on experience, with bonus potential And here’s what our teachers say about working at The Answer Class …. “…a fun and convenient way to make a positive impact on the community and also make extra money.” “I love the people I work with and also I think it serves an important purpose. . . it’s a great job and really rewarding.” “This is probably one of the best jobs I've ever had (My bosses) are so kind! They really care about their employees! It's also a very low-stress job.” **Our mission: We feel strongly that all students, regardless of family income, location, school, and extra-curricular schedules should have the opportunity to present their strongest college application. For this reason, we founded The Answer Class as a way to make SAT & ACT prep as accessible as possible to as many students as possible -- and in some small measure, work to even the playing field for students taking the SAT & ACT. **

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