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Ellie Kettler wrote on June 23, 2021 at 12:59 pm
The Charles E Smith Jewish Day School is looking to hire a bright and enthusiastic member of our community for the 2021-2022 school year to serve as an academic shadow/assistant teacher for a high school student with disabilities. The ideal candidate for this full-time position will be a fluent Hebrew speaker and have experience in the field of education or psychology. Job sharing is available. Responsibilities include one-to-one teaching and push-in support. The salary range is $30,000 - $35,000. Please submit your cover letter and resume to Lenore Layman, Director of Educational Support Services: llayman@cesjds.org.
Tova wrote on June 20, 2021 at 11:34 am
Job -Sundays For nice responsible kosher young woman to assist my Mom. Able to drive. Job approx half hour from campus. Good pay hours approx 11-6 Mostly helping to get things and assisting my mom with lunch, dinner. References required Call 917-301-0997
Tova wrote on June 20, 2021 at 11:30 am
Job available Sunday’s- looking for a nice responsible kosher young woman to spend day (hours flexible around 11-5:30 or 6 helping my wonderful Mom) Mostly making sure no falling helping to reach things, reminders assisting with lunch, dinner, unmake bed. References required. Good pay. Must have car, drive Job about half hour from campus.
Babette Cohn wrote on June 16, 2021 at 4:12 pm
Shaare Tefila, a Conservative synagogue located in Olney, MD is hiring a music specialist! The ideal candidate will engage students of all ages in Jewish learning through music. They must be able to lead music for all school worship services & teach Sunday music classes, infusing the learning experience with ruach. **Coordinating with the Director of Education, create a path for the children of Shaare Tefila to connect spritually to Judaism through music. **Possible additional opportunities include Youth High Holy Day Programming, occasional Family Shabbat Services, and Retreats, which would be compensated accordingly. **Our program will meet 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.
Babette Cohn wrote on June 15, 2021 at 3:01 pm
Shaare Tefila is a United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ) located in Olney, MD. We are looking for creative teachers to join us back in our building this September! Our ideal candidate will bring enthusiasm for making a difference in the lives of Jewish children, have experience working with youth either in or out of the classroom, & knowledge of the traditions and values of Conservative Judaism. Our program meets from 9:00 a.m. to Noon on Sundays during the school year. All teachers receive competitive compensation based on experience and training. **True for children and adults alike, it is through experiential learning, learning in immersive settings, & quality relationships that we strive to provide everyone with an engaging & meaningful Jewish education. Using a set of core Jewish values as its foundation, our program strives 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 and community. Learn more about Shaare Tefila at www.shaaretefila.org **Intrigued? To learn more &/or to apply, send your resume & cover letter to Babette Cohn, Director of Education & Programming at bcohn@shaaretefila.org.
Yehudah Hampel wrote on June 10, 2021 at 3:12 pm
Young Israel of Potomac is looking for a new Youth Director. We are a young, dynamic Orthodox shul that is looking for an individual who can inspire and lead our children. The Youth Director is responsible for ensuring a successful youth program that creates a warm environment that nurtures and strengthens the children’s connection to Judaism and the community. Prior experience is preferred but not required, and the youth director must be present in Potomac at least three Shabbatot a month (Shabbat housing can be provided). Salary is very competitive and commensurate with experience. If interested, and for a complete job description, please contact Joel Greenberg joelmgreenberg@gmail.com
Noam wrote on June 10, 2021 at 10:09 am
I'm a new grad student from Israel, pleasant and friendly guy. Looking for a quiet place to live, hopefully near campus. If you are looking for a roommate, please message me at tmpnoam@zohomail.com.
Eliav Hamburger wrote on June 8, 2021 at 6:47 pm
Looking for a roommate for fall 2021 to live in 2 bedroom apartment in The Domain (right next to the Hillel). Roommates who keep Kosher preferred. I'm majoring in Computer Engineering and enjoy listening to music, politics, and STEM.
Kehila Chadasha wrote on June 3, 2021 at 9:53 am
Kehila Chadasha is an inclusive, independent, cooperative community. We run a progressive Jewish Education program that meets on Sunday mornings, serving tots to teens! For the next academic year, we are seeking teachers and a song leader who love kids, love Judaism, love teaching, and are enthusiastic about creating a positive learning community in the classroom. We are also seeking a part-time administrator/marketing lead. Learn more here: kehilachadasha.org/positions-available/
Louis Nagel wrote on June 1, 2021 at 1:48 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 (4:30-6:45 pm). We will be meeting virtually on Wednesday and in person on Sundays. In our religious school, 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
Toby wrote on May 27, 2021 at 4:16 pm
Job Available. I’m looking for a super sweet responsible Jewish female student who is a good driver who would like a job from 9:30 to 6:30 Tuesdays, Thursday, Sundays (possibly Saturdays) flexible to stay an hour or two later for a caregiver position. Mostly helping or preparing kosher meals, making the bed, laundry, errands and appointments. Will describe. Strong would be nice
Rabbi Debbie Cohen wrote on May 24, 2021 at 5:34 pm
Beth Chai in Bethesda is seeking creative, enthusiastic teachers who are interested in teaching from a Jewish Humanist perspective. Our congregation emphasizes Jewish culture, history, values and people hood rather than ritual practice, theology and Hebrew. We are social justice oriented and also care about instilling in students a strong Jewish identity, an appreciation of Judaism and a connection to the Jewish people. We are looking for teachers who enjoy project-based learning and will challenge our students to think thoughtfully about their Jewish identity. We have had lots of Maryland students work with us in the past and we will work with you to figure out transportation. We meet from 9:30 to noon Sunday mornings. We met virtually for the past year, with shortened hours, but hope to be in person in the fall. In the past, we’ve rented public school space in Bethesda. We are a small, somewhat informal congregation with a strong emphasis on social action. Our Sunday program is a family school - parents stay and learn in adult education while their children have class. Our school has small class sizes and offers a competitive salary. Our classes meet from September through early May. Learn more about Beth Chai at www.BethChai.org. To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Rabbi Deborah Cohen, deborahbcohen@gmail.com We look forward to hearing from you!
Shana Ferguson wrote on May 14, 2021 at 3:40 pm
Camp Rim Rock is hiring for Summer 2021! We're an all-girls overnight camp located 2 hours outside of Washington DC in West Virginia. We have counselor positions open in all program areas - If you are compassionate, hard-working, and an excellent role model, we have a job for you! For more info and to apply, please visit www.camprimrock.com or contact Assistant Director Shana at shana@camprimrock.com.
Naomi Grant wrote on May 10, 2021 at 9:52 am
The Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) is seeking summer interns and internships can start as soon as the intern is ready! Please send resumes to ngrant@emetonline.org Fundraising intern: —Assist EMET in rolling out our first major campaign in partnership with a fundraising company —Research foundations from where we can apply for funding and assist us in doing so —Correspond with donors —Process donations Communications intern: —Create weekly newsletter—*Note: your Thursdays will be very busy with this —Gather articles and photos throughout the week to put on the newsletter and creates graphics if desired —Manage EMET’s Instagram (and Facebook, if desired) Congressional Relations intern: —Ensure list of contacts in Congress is up-to-date —Contact Congress members and staffers to request meetings, then schedule meetings and send out Zoom links —*Must be highly detail-oriented*
Shana Laine wrote on April 26, 2021 at 9:17 pm
I'm a transfer student (sophomore Fall 2021) looking for a place to live near campus. Let me know if you are looking for a roommate! I grew up nearby in Bethesda, Maryland. I'm a bit undecided about my major -- but leaning toward Information Science and/or teaching.
Shira Ruttenberg wrote on April 9, 2021 at 2:21 pm
Hi, my name is Shira. I am excited to be on campus in the fall. I am looking for a roommate to live on South Campus though I am also willing to live off campus. If you or anyone you know is looking for a roommate (ss/sk), please reach out. (Cross-posted on Kedma FB Page)
Cantor Rebecca Robins wrote on March 30, 2021 at 9:49 am
Temple Sinai is a Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) synagogue in northwest Washington, DC. Led by senior rabbi, Jonathan Roos, our congregation’s commitment to social action, meaningful learning, engaging worship and community building is evident in all of our programming and congregational experiences. // For the 2021-2022 academic year (beginning summer 2021), Temple Sinai is pleased to welcome a youth educator to our team! Our educator, in cooperation with our Cantor Educator and our youth education team, will support students and their families in feeling a sense of significance, belonging, and fun at Temple Sinai. Our Youth Educator will support the work of our K-12 religious school and youth programs as a teacher, program support specialist, and educational leader. Learn more about us at www.templesinaidc.org. Please send resume and cover letter of interest to Cantor Rebecca Robins rrobins@templesinaidc.org.
Emanuelle Hutman wrote on March 18, 2021 at 7:23 am
Hi my name is Emanuelle Hutman, I am a bat sherut at Chai Lifeline Israel. Looking for an apartment mate who is shomer shabbat/Kosher Fall 2021-Spring 2022 semester. . Contact me if you are interested:)
Eitan Bloostein wrote on March 9, 2021 at 4:49 pm
Temple Aliyah, a vibrant Conservative egalitarian congregation in Needham, MA, is seeking a dynamic, enthusiastic and outgoing individual to serve as Director of Youth and Teen Engagement on a full-time basis (flexible schedule). The Director of Youth and Teen Engagement will create and oversee social and spiritual programming, leadership development, and experiential learning programs for Temple youth from grades 6-12, family programming for Temple youth from grades K-5, and teach in the religious school. He/she will supervise USY advisors and also work closely with congregational lay leaders, clergy and professional staff. The successful candidate must be able to interact with youth of all ages, have a demonstrated knowledge of Judaism, and be a positive role model for our youth. The ideal candidate will have a degree from a four year college or university, experience leading Jewish or other youth groups and youth-related programs, and experience with outreach and promoting programs, including a familiarity with the use of social media. Jewish overnight camp attendance is a plus. This is an exciting opportunity to work with teens and help them develop as leaders and to supervise youth group advisors on new and exciting programs.
Rabbi Jill Levy wrote on February 19, 2021 at 11:03 am
Ramah Day Camp Greater DC is NOW HIRING counselors and program leaders for summer 2021! We are a fast growing camp on a beautiful wooded property that creates a joyful connection to Jewish life for campers ages 5-11. We are looking for people who love having fun, enjoy working with children, and want to build a strong and meaningful Jewish community. Camp dates are June 20-August 13th. To apply, visit www.ramahdcdaycamp.org/staff or email Rabbi Jill Levy at rabbijill@campramahne.org.