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Yona wrote on November 15, 2021 at 1:14 pm
The Den Collective is seeking an Executive Assistant to join our team. Be part of a growing organization that is at the cutting edge of the changing American Jewish landscape. The Den Collective builds intentional Jewish community with 20s to early 40s throughout Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington DC. We seek to build spaces of meaning that invite people to deepen their connection to Judaism, feel a sense of belonging in community, and enrich their lives. The Den strives to be collaborative, experimental, transparent, and radically welcoming. We foster safe and sacred spaces that invite everyone to truly be themselves; vulnerable, transparent, and real. We are seeking an Executive Assistant to join our staff team and provide logistics and operations support to the team. This role will support scheduling and logistics, data and reporting, and serves as a liaison to the Board of Directors and members of the community, and oversees special projects. Visit https://www.thedencollective.org/join-our-team-executive-assistant to learn more about the role. Location: DC, Maryland, or Northern Virginia areas preferred. Available to work during 9-5pm East Coast time. Our team mostly works from home. Staff will be expected to attend some in-person meetings and events. Description: Part-time, 20 hrs/week, with opportunity for advancement and growth Start Date: Immediately Salary: $25,000-$30,000 commensurate with experience
Wilhelmina Gottschalk wrote on October 6, 2021 at 3:27 pm
Teach at Ohr Kodesh Congregation, K-12! • Teach in our K-7 religious school on Sundays and/or Wednesdays. Rates begin $36/hr. • Teach in our 8-12 grade Sunday evening teen program. Rates begin at $45/hr. Please send a resume and cover letter to Wilhelmina Gottschalk, Interim Director of Education, wgottschalk@ohrkodesh.org and specify to which program you are applying.
Zach Merenstein wrote on September 18, 2021 at 3:10 pm
Hi! I'm looking to sublease my room to someone in South Campus Commons for Spring 2022. It is a 4x2 apartment, you will have your own room and share a bathroom with one other person. There will be 3 other guys(2 Jewish) living in the apartment. They are very nice and hard-working students. The aprtment is furnished and includes a washer and dryer in unit, wifi, AC, a stove, toaster, and microwave and much more included. Please feel free to email or text me(301-500-8900) if you are interested or have any questions. Thanks!
Pamela Gorin wrote on September 13, 2021 at 10:33 am
Do you enjoy teaching children? Are you passionate about Judaism? If you are available to teach on one of these days: Sunday mornings, Tuesday afternoons or Wednesday afternoons, Adas Israel is looking for you! We currently have openings in person for our younger grades—Pre-K through third grade and are looking for virtual teachers on Sundays for fourth-sixth grade. In addition, we need teachers who are available to teach on Tuesday or Wednesday afternoons from 4:00-6:00pm. All resources for our curriculum will be provided by the school. Our school runs through the beginning of October to the end of May. Our pay scale starts at $30/hour, with extra hours for professional development. For more information or to apply, please contact Pamela Gorin at pamela.gorin@adasisrael.org.
Adena Galinsky wrote on September 1, 2021 at 7:49 am
We are looking for someone to be with our sweet, responsible 3rd grader and one similarly sweet and responsible friend of his a few days a week/about 20 hours a week in the fall and into the winter while they are doing on-line school from home. The job would entail keeping them on-track during school hours, making sure they get up and move around during breaks, and taking them out to playgrounds and for walks around the neighborhood once the school day is done. Once they are vaccinated they will be going back to in-person school, but we will still need someone as many days a week as possible to take them out to playgrounds after school. We are looking for someone who is responsible, great with kids, and being very cautious in regard to COVID. If you're doing on-line classes that would be ideal. We live in Old Greenbelt. If you can provide your own transportation, then we will find a well-ventilated location for the school hours. If you cannot provide your own transportation, but can provide a well-ventilated area for school hours, such as a screened-in porch, we will drive the kids to you. For more information please contact me at therealadenagmail.com
Ceoli Jacoby wrote on August 24, 2021 at 4:38 pm
Mezumenet, UMD's only all-female Jewish a cappella group, is looking for singers and beatboxers! Our repertoire includes Jewish liturgical songs, Israeli pop, parodies and contemporary radio hits. Mezumenet has won several awards at Kol HaOlam, the National Collegiate Jewish A Cappella Competition. We have recorded five studio albums, and often perform at gigs around the DMV. We also adhere to the standards of Modern Orthodoxy. Auditions will be held on September 19th and 23rd at 6 p.m. in the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Follow us on social media @mezumenet for updates.
Dana Foster wrote on August 24, 2021 at 11:34 am
B'nai Shalom of Olney, MD is looking for an engaging and creative teacher to join our team! Our ideal candidate has a love for working with children, will bring enthusiasm for making a difference in the lives of Jewish children, and have experience working with youth either in or out of the classroom. Our program meets in person from 9:00-11:30 a.m. on Sundays during the school year, beginning September 19. Compensation is $40/hour and transportation from College Park can be made available. BSO welcomes and values individuals of diverse backgrounds and levels of observance. To learn more &/or to apply, send your resume & cover letter to Dana Foster, Director of Education and Youth at dana.foster@bnaishalomofolney.org
Wilhelmina Gottschalk wrote on August 23, 2021 at 12:03 pm
Teach in our K-7 religious school on Sundays and/or Wednesdays The Alvin Browdy Religious School uses a Project-Based Learning approach to encourage students in kindergarten through seventh grade to delve deeply into important topics, to become critical thinkers and active participants within their own Jewish journeys. Leveled Hebrew instruction and regular tefilah give students the tools they need to lead services and gain competency in text study and prayer. Professional development options and planning assistance are readily available. Hours of operation are Wednesdays 4:15pm-6:15pm and Sundays 9:00am-12:00pm, September through early June. While we prefer teachers who are available on both days, a Sunday-only or Wednesday-only option is also possible. We have open positions in a variety of grades. Rates begin at $36/hour. Teach in our 8-12 grade Sunday evening teen program Ohr Kodesh Congregation is seeking dynamic Jewish educators for its community-based teen program, Tzohar, for 8th to 12th graders. Tzohar meets October through mid-May, from 5:30pm-7:30pm on Sundays, with an optional 3rd hour of Hebrew instruction from 7:30pm-8:30pm. Rates begin at $45/hr. Tzohar's curriculum focuses on text based learning, in-depth discussion, and community building. We believe that every student has a unique voice to contribute to the legacy of Jewish tradition. Students will study text from original source material, be challenged to provide thoughtful and modern responses to ancient and contemporary texts. We believe in twenty-first-century modalities of learning, and encourage students to grapple with the world around them through a Jewish lens. Tzohar partners with Hadar's Moot Beit Din program and the MoEd afterschool program. Positions are available for an 8th/9th grade Cohort Teacher and a 10th/11th grade Cohort Teacher. Both positions include one hour with a cohort class, and a second hour bechirot class. Cohort classes follow a set curriculum. Bechirot classes are subject to change according to umbrella themes for each trimester. Teacher Responsibilities for both programs include: • Arriving at least 15 minutes before the start of the program to set up learning space, prepare materials, and greet students. • Preparing and submit weekly lesson plans following the outlined curriculum. • Communicating effectively with supervisor, students, and parents when needed, and providing periodic feedback on student experiences. • Attending all staff meetings and professional development sessions, as well as special services and/or parent conferences as needed (a small stipend is available for external professional development opportunities) Both programs will be fully in person, and will follow health guidelines set by Ohr Kodesh's executive board and health committee. Please send a resume and cover letter to Wilhelmina Gottschalk, Interim Director of Education, wgottschalk@ohrkodesh.org, and specify to which program you are applying.
Felice kobilinsky wrote on August 23, 2021 at 10:03 am
Sunday religious school looking for a 2nd grade teacher and a Hebrew teacher. We are a non affiliated school, and we meet in Rockville at robert frost middle school. We are planning to meet in person this year, and will follow CDC rules!
Dana Foster wrote on August 20, 2021 at 1:53 pm
Religious School Teacher. Seeking a fun and energetic 5th grade Judaics teacher for Sunday mornings at B'nai Shalom of Olney, an inclusive, Conservative congregation in Olney, MD. Come join our team of enthusiastic educators at our experiential, values and Torah- focused religious school. We plan to be in person with strict Covid-protocols when our program meets from 9-11:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings, and we can arrange for a carpool from College Park. Experience working with a youth group, camp or religious school preferred, but not required. Compensation is $40/hour. Please contact dana.foster@bnaishalomofolney.org for more information or to apply!
Yael Cortell wrote on August 18, 2021 at 2:44 pm
Interested in teaching a STEM elective to middle or high school students? The Yeshiva of Greater Washington Girls' Division is looking for some creative, talented college students or graduates to run a series of workshops for our students in our in-house MakerLab. Classes meet twice a week* in the fall (October through mid-November) and spring (March through May) from 12:10-12:50 PM. Possible topics include 3-D design ad printing, robotics, Girls Who Code. Job sharing is available, Please contact Yael Cortell at ycortell@yeshiva.edu if you are interested in finding out more. *M/W for high school, T/TH for middle school
Kehila Chadasha wrote on August 13, 2021 at 12:25 pm
SEEKING Song Leader to lead an entire Teen Experience for High Holy Days. Could lead only RH morning or YK morning or both? 1 hour (11am-noon) experience includes music, discussion & basic prayers. No leyning. Instruments & Creativity strongly encouraged. For Kehila Chadasha an inclusive, independent, cooperative community.
Barb Jaffe wrote on August 10, 2021 at 4:44 pm
Synagogue Looking for Youth Service Leaders for High Holidays. $$$ Congregation Har Tzeon-Agudath Achim(Conservative) Synagogue in Silver Spring, MD is looking for 2 people to work together to plan and run a Children's Service for the High Holidays: 2 days of Rosh Hashanah and 1 of Yom Kippur from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. We are located just down the road, only 20 minutes from campus. Please call Barb Jaffe at HTAA: 301-649-3800 x101 if you are interested in this awesome opportunity! $$$
Rabbi Josh Gischner wrote on July 29, 2021 at 10:13 am
Religious School Teacher Come co-create the Jewish future! Temple Shalom of Chevy Chase, MD is a social action-driven Reform synagogue seeking inclusive, energetic, and warm Judaic Studies teachers on Sunday mornings and/or Sunday evenings. We are planning on being in person with strict health and safety protocols in place. Please email Rabbi-Educator Josh Gischner at RabbiJosh@TempleShalom.net to join our Temple family! A successful candidate: You have a passion for teaching in a diverse student population and are ready to utilize inclusive and accessible classroom management styles and techniques for an array of learners. You have experience as a secular and/or religious school teacher. (But if you don’t, Rabbi Josh is excited to support any candidates who are passionate!) You are comfortable leading, designing, collaborating on, and implementing lesson plans with support of our clergy and instructional leaders You are vaccinated against COVID-19. ** Camp, youth group, Hillel, Israel trips, and other similar experiences are a bonus! ** Open Positions on Sunday morning (8:45 AM - 11:00 AM) include: · Kids Time (Birth to Pre-K) · Pre-K · 2nd Grade · 3rd Grade · 4th Grade · 5th Grade Open Positions on Sunday evenings (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM) include: · 7th Grade · 8th Grade · 9th Grade Expected Compensation: $20-40 / hour compensatory with experience. Temple Shalom follows the Career Ladder for Teachers created by the Long Range Planning Committee of the Education Directors Council of the Washington D.C. area. Temple Shalom is a Reform Jewish community of 400 families who celebrate the diversity of modern Judaism in the Washington DC area by welcoming members as part of one congregational family, accepting us as we are, and encouraging our personal growth through programs and activities. Temple Shalom places Torah at the center, where serious learning is for everyone, where prayer and music is meaningful, participatory, and powerful, and where people feel a strong sense of belonging. Learn more about Temple Shalom by visiting our website at www.templeshalom.net.
Jodi Saunders wrote on July 26, 2021 at 10:09 am
NOW HIRING FOR FALL 2021! SAT/ACT PREP INSTRUCTORS Join a dynamic and growing educational organization in Maryland! Engage in meaningful, entrepreneurial work while having fun and making a difference in student lives! Teach SAT and/or ACT prep courses at area high schools. Flexible schedule – you choose when you work-both evenings and weekends available. Teachers must provide their own transportation. Competitive pay: $17-$25/hour based on experience, with bonus potential. Training, curriculum and materials are all provided. The Answer Class teachers report high levels of satisfaction as part of our team, giving high marks to the flexible work hours, ability to help students reach their college goals, and a fun and supportive work environment. Send resume to: info@theanswerclass.com. **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. **
Joshua Katz wrote on July 15, 2021 at 7:56 pm
Hi I’m a transfer student looking for a roomate and a place to stay this upcoming year. Preferably keep kosher and Shabbat. Contact me at 6313529937
Babette Cohn wrote on July 6, 2021 at 12:44 pm
Shaare Tefila, a warm & welcoming Conservative synagogue located in Olney, MD is hiring a music specialist! The ideal candidate will have experience as a youth song leader at camp and/or in synagogue settings. They will be able to engage students of all ages in Jewish learning through music. Responsibilities include: Working in coordination with the Director of Education & Programming, create a path for the children of Shaare Tefila to connect spritually to Judaism through music. Lead music for all school worship services & teach Sunday music classes, infusing the learning experience with ruach. Possible additional opportunities include Youth High Holy Day Programming, occasional Family Shabbat Services, and Retreats, which would be compensated accordingly. You Should Know: Our program will meet in our building in person this fall, on Sundays, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Shaare Tefila welcomes & values individuals of diverse backgrounds.  Salary based on experience & training. For more information and/or to apply, contact Babette Cohn, Director of Education & Programming at bcohn@shaaretefila.org.
Suzette Tanen wrote on July 6, 2021 at 12:42 pm
I am looking for a fun, engaging person to be a counselor for my son. He is 35, on the autism spectrum and is currently home due to covid. He has his own condo in Rockville and hopefully will return soon there and to his job sites. The counselor would be funded for 35 hours a week and my son would determine what activities he would enjoy doing each day. His service provider, Jubilee, will be doing the hiring. Please reach out for any questions to my email. Here is the link from Jubilee: https://www.jubileemd.org/work-at-jubilee/
Babette Cohn wrote on July 6, 2021 at 11:31 am
Shaare Tefila, a Conservative synagogue located in Olney, MD is looking for excellent teachers. 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 will meet in person this fall, on Sundays, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. **We believe that we learn best through experience. 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. **Shaare Tefila welcomes & values individuals of diverse backgrounds & levels of observance, & encourages participation in a wide variety of activities. We build on our heritage by strengthening our connections to Jewish life through worship, education & community. **All teachers receive competitive compensation based on experience and training. For more information and/or to apply, contact Babette Cohn, Director of Education & Programming at bcohn@shaaretefila.org.
Dara Weil wrote on June 24, 2021 at 8:22 am
Good morning! My daughter is a prospective student and we are visiting umd in july 8th. Since there are no campus tours, I was wondering if there are any students who stayed on campus this summer and who would be willing to talk to us for a bit about the school or join us on a brief tour. I can best be reached at daraweil@yahoo.com. Thank you