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Laura Naide wrote on August 10, 2022 at 10:56 am
Love the students, fear the turtle! Come teach at our Religious School! Hiring part-time teachers for Temple Emanuel's Sunday program (Kensington, Maryland). Our Religious School meets 9 AM - 11 AM, followed by our Hebrew program from 11:30 AM - 1 PM. Currently hiring for 3rd and 4th Grade Judaic studies and 7th Grade Hebrew. Competitive salary (starting at $40/hour) with paid training and paid time off. We may also need Upper School teachers on Tuesday evenings. We are located on Connecticut Avenue in Kensington, Maryland and are easily accessible from the DC Beltway. We are not on a Metro line, but there is a bus line that brings you directly here. Temple Emanuel is a vibrant, warm, and caring congregation. Our households represent the diversity in today’s Reform Judaism: Jews by birth, Jews by choice, interfaith families, members of color, LBGTQ+ members, and members who are differently abled. We all come together to celebrate our Jewish faith. Contact lnaide@templeemanuelmd.org for more information.
Love the students, fear the turtle! Come teach at our Religious School! Hiring part-time teachers for Temple Emanuel's Sunday program (Kensington, Maryland). Our Religious School meets 9 AM - 11 AM, followed by our Hebrew program from 11:30 AM - 1 PM. Currently hiring for 3rd and 4th Grade Judaic studies and 7th Grade Hebrew. Competitive salary (starting at $40/hour) with paid training and paid time off. We may also need Upper School teachers on Tuesday evenings. We are located on Connecticut Avenue in Kensington, Maryland and are easily accessible from the DC Beltway. We are not on a Metro line, but there is a bus line that brings you directly here. Temple Emanuel is a vibrant, warm, and caring congregation. Our households represent the diversity in today’s Reform Judaism: Jews by birth, Jews by choice, interfaith families, members of color, LBGTQ+ members, and members who are differently abled. We all come together to celebrate our Jewish faith. Contact lnaide@templeemanuelmd.org for more information.
David Abramowitz wrote on August 9, 2022 at 4:56 pm
Hi, Talented Terps! I am the parent of three Terps (two graduates, one rising third year), and I am also the Cantor for The Jewish Studio. This coming High Holidays, we are looking for a guitarist/vocalist who has some familiarity with the liturgy to join us in bringing soulful music to our "congregation". For Rosh Hashanah, we will be indoors at the Bender JCC in Rockville, and for Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur we will be outside (but covered) in the bumper car pavilion at Glen Echo Park. Please be in touch if you are interested!
Hi, Talented Terps! I am the parent of three Terps (two graduates, one rising third year), and I am also the Cantor for The Jewish Studio. This coming High Holidays, we are looking for a guitarist/vocalist who has some familiarity with the liturgy to join us in bringing soulful music to our "congregation". For Rosh Hashanah, we will be indoors at the Bender JCC in Rockville, and for Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur we will be outside (but covered) in the bumper car pavilion at Glen Echo Park. Please be in touch if you are interested!
Dr. Louis Nagel wrote on August 5, 2022 at 2:45 pm
Beth Shalom Congregation (Columbia, MD) has open positions for Tefillah-Hebrew, and Judaics teachers at elementary and middle school age levels. Our program meets on Sunday mornings (9:00 am -12:00 noon) and Wednesdays (4:30-6:30 pm). We will meet virtually on Wednesdays and in-person on Sundays. We have a progressive, ever-evolving project of engaging and thoughtful Judaic and Hebrew programs for students and their families that provide a strong foundation for our students' lasting Jewish identities. We are searching for dynamic, enthusiastic, caring, and knowledgeable teachers who can help us meet our educational goals. Our teachers are encouraged and offered support to explore and implement a variety of teaching methods, including, but not limited to, project-based learning, social-emotional processes, and experiential learning methods. Teachers are expected to be: • Open-minded and creative; • Passionate about non-traditional Judaism and the potential for synagogue-school education; • Comfortable using technology and innovative ways of educating children in the 21st century; • Capable of inspiring curiosity and interest in Judaics and Tefillah-Hebrew among our students and families; • Be a collaborative partner and a reliable communicator with parents, faculty colleagues, and Education Director. Beth Shalom prides itself on being a warm congregation that cares for its... Read more
Beth Shalom Congregation (Columbia, MD) has open positions for Tefillah-Hebrew, and Judaics teachers at elementary and middle school age levels. Our program meets on Sunday mornings (9:00 am -12:00 noon) and Wednesdays (4:30-6:30 pm). We will meet virtually on Wednesdays and in-person on Sundays. We have a progressive, ever-evolving project of engaging and thoughtful Judaic and Hebrew programs for students and their families that provide a strong foundation for our students' lasting Jewish identities. We are searching for dynamic, enthusiastic, caring, and knowledgeable teachers who can help us meet our educational goals. Our teachers are encouraged and offered support to explore and implement a variety of teaching methods, including, but not limited to, project-based learning, social-emotional processes, and experiential learning methods. Teachers are expected to be: • Open-minded and creative; • Passionate about non-traditional Judaism and the potential for synagogue-school education; • Comfortable using technology and innovative ways of educating children in the 21st century; • Capable of inspiring curiosity and interest in Judaics and Tefillah-Hebrew among our students and families; • Be a collaborative partner and a reliable communicator with parents, faculty colleagues, and Education Director. Beth Shalom prides itself on being a warm congregation that cares for its members as part of an extended family. We encourage involvement and participation and provide our members with a well-rounded and diverse program of activities that touch every area of Jewish Life: Worship, Education, and Community. For more information please reach out to Dr. Louis Nagel at louis.nagel@beth-shalom.net or call 410-531-5115 X322 To apply please go to the link and submit your cover letter and resume
Rabbi Batya Glazer wrote on August 3, 2022 at 9:30 am
Ohr Kodesh is looking for a Teen Engagement Associate, a natural relationship-builder with a love for Judaism who will bring energy and creativity to their work with our teens. This full-time position offers the opportunity to be creative and to share your excitement and passions with teens beginning their independent Jewish journeys. You will have the chance to build meaningful and impactful relationships with teens and their families while developing professional skills in a vibrant Jewish community organization. In this position, you will work with a committed and collaborative educational staff for a Conservative synagogue that is committed to taking the Jewish tradition seriously and working with a knowledgeable and engaged lay leadership to deepen our knowledge and create fun, meaningful, and enriching Jewish experiences for our teens and families. The Teen Engagement Associate (TEA) serves as an advisor to our youth groups. This individual is responsible for the administrative responsibilities connected to all middle and high school formal educational programs, including supporting the Cantor in the B'nai Mitzvah program. This person will recruit, train and supervise synagogue programming for the teens who support our teachers in Shabbat, High Holiday, and religious school programs. This individual will work closely with... Read more
Ohr Kodesh is looking for a Teen Engagement Associate, a natural relationship-builder with a love for Judaism who will bring energy and creativity to their work with our teens. This full-time position offers the opportunity to be creative and to share your excitement and passions with teens beginning their independent Jewish journeys. You will have the chance to build meaningful and impactful relationships with teens and their families while developing professional skills in a vibrant Jewish community organization. In this position, you will work with a committed and collaborative educational staff for a Conservative synagogue that is committed to taking the Jewish tradition seriously and working with a knowledgeable and engaged lay leadership to deepen our knowledge and create fun, meaningful, and enriching Jewish experiences for our teens and families. The Teen Engagement Associate (TEA) serves as an advisor to our youth groups. This individual is responsible for the administrative responsibilities connected to all middle and high school formal educational programs, including supporting the Cantor in the B'nai Mitzvah program. This person will recruit, train and supervise synagogue programming for the teens who support our teachers in Shabbat, High Holiday, and religious school programs. This individual will work closely with the Director of Lifelong Learning and all educational leaders to create the possible Jewish experiences for the teens and their families, fulfill administrative responsibilities to ensure an effective and professional educational program, and work appropriately with lay leadership in every aspect of the program. All Ohr Kodesh professionals are committed to mentoring and supporting the Teen Engagement Associate as this individual develops these skills. Please send your resume and cover letter to: Rabbi Batya Glazer, Director of Lifelong Learning, rabbiglazer@ohrkodesh.org.
Babette Cohn wrote on August 3, 2022 at 9:12 am
JOIN FELLOW UMD STUDENTS & teach at Shaare Tefila in Olney, MD!! **All teachers receive competitive compensation (including some travel reimbursement) based on experience and training. **Our ideal candidate will have experience working with youth either in or out of the classroom, knowledge of the traditions & values of Conservative Judaism, & enthusiasm for making a difference in the lives of Jewish children. Our program meets on Sundays, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. **Shaare Tefila welcomes & values individuals of diverse backgrounds & levels of observance, & encourages participation in a wide variety of activities. **For more information and/or to apply, contact Babette Cohn, Director of Education & Programming at bcohn@shaaretefila.org. **Our program centers around experiential learning, where we strive to provide engaging & meaningful Jewish education for all. Using a set of core Jewish values as our foundation, we undertake to impart religious character, ethical awareness, & a love of Judaism. We build on our heritage by strengthening our connections to Jewish life through worship, education & community.
JOIN FELLOW UMD STUDENTS & teach at Shaare Tefila in Olney, MD!! **All teachers receive competitive compensation (including some travel reimbursement) based on experience and training. **Our ideal candidate will have experience working with youth either in or out of the classroom, knowledge of the traditions & values of Conservative Judaism, & enthusiasm for making a difference in the lives of Jewish children. Our program meets on Sundays, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. **Shaare Tefila welcomes & values individuals of diverse backgrounds & levels of observance, & encourages participation in a wide variety of activities. **For more information and/or to apply, contact Babette Cohn, Director of Education & Programming at bcohn@shaaretefila.org. **Our program centers around experiential learning, where we strive to provide engaging & meaningful Jewish education for all. Using a set of core Jewish values as our foundation, we undertake to impart religious character, ethical awareness, & a love of Judaism. We build on our heritage by strengthening our connections to Jewish life through worship, education & community.

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