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Sarah Brennan wrote on December 3, 2018 at 10:01 am:
Under direct supervision, participate in day-to-day operations and projects within the Regional Operations and Education, or Development Departments of the Washington, DC Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in order to learn real-world, transferable skills and gain work experience in a professional setting. The Washington, DC Regional Office offers two internship opportunities: Advocacy and Engagement Internship Interns will work directly with Regional Staff on projects related to regional politics, education, communications and law-enforcement, including but not limited to: • Drafting official external communications products on ADL issues, including social media • Conducting research and helping carry out programming on various ADL civil rights, law enforcement and political issues • Conducting outreach to ADL partners including ADL donors and law enforcement • Assisting in written communications related to No Place for Hate®, including with lay leader coordinators and education professionals • Observing ADL education programs in schools throughout the Washington, DC region and compiling feedback and testimonials • Supporting education programs, including through outreach and marketing, compiling program materials, reviewing program proposals from participating schools, and evaluation • Providing support for special events and board or community meetings Development Internship Interns will work directly with Regional Staff on fundraising and development projects supporting ADL’s work addressing hate crimes, anti-Semitism, anti-bias education and law enforcement outreach. Projects involve major donor research, donor thank you processing, volunteer engagement and outreach, database management, assisting with meeting and event planning, and other duties as needed. Specific tasks may include: • Assist in general donor stewardship • Communicate with current and prospective donors • Help maintain and update donor databases • Support Development staff in organizing day-to-day communications with individual and company donors • Assist in drafting fundraising emails and event planning and coordination • Research projects, prospects, and initiatives • Draft profiles of prospective donors • Help coordinate submission of grant applications to foundations and individuals • Perform general administrative duties to assist ADL Development staff, to include general filing and data entry • Support creative donor engagement and local volunteer initiatives, including researching and sharing best practices for fundraising events and campaigns, and drafting and posting social media messaging Internship Program Qualifications Skills: • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Detail oriented with exceptional organizational abilities • Enjoy working in a fast-paced environment • Commitment to ADL’s mission Education: • Juniors and seniors, graduate students, and recent graduates are welcome to apply. Preferred fields of public policy, education, nonprofit management, communications, public administration, business, political science, Jewish studies, fundraising, sociology, or related fields.
Adena Galinsky wrote on November 30, 2018 at 4:40 pm:
Mishkan Torah, a warm, welcoming congregation in Greenbelt MD, is looking to hire a Hebrew teacher who has experience working with children ages 5-7. This new kindergarten/first grade afterschool program is based roughly on - but not affiliated with - MoEd Class is on Wednesday afternoons from 4-5 with potential for an extra hour. Salary is very competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Our synagogue's educational director and children's education committee would provide assistance with lesson planning, but you would have independence and latitude for creativity in implementing your own vision. We have an extensive collection of supplies and materials you could draw on, and there is a budget for purchasing additional materials and teacher training. Does this sound like a good fit for you? Please write to us care of the teacher search committee chair, Adena, at explaining in a few sentences your qualifications and why you're excited to come play with and teach our very sweet kids! Resume also requested but not required. We are looking forward to meeting you!
Alyssa Baron wrote on November 27, 2018 at 5:30 pm:
Calling all graduated seniors or Grad students- BBYO Passport is looking for for qualified staffers for BBYO Passports summer programs. Our programs range from 2-5 weeks and we have programs in Israel, Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America, & North America. You can learn more about staffing and apply on our website-
Katie Schenk wrote on November 26, 2018 at 12:15 pm:
We're looking for an afternoon babysitter in Silver Spring 3-6pm Mon-Fri (negotiable if necessary). Please contact for more information.
Scott Lasensky wrote on October 17, 2018 at 10:42 pm:
Dear UMD Hillel, The family of a UMD professor is looking for someone to help elementary-aged kids with homework--including Hebrew homework--and occasional babysitting. Strong knowledge of Hebrew preferred, but not necessary. Family lives adjacent to downtown Silver Spring. For inquires, please contact Scott Lasensky;
Tammy Lawrence wrote on October 5, 2018 at 3:15 pm:
Beth Shalom Congregation in Columbia, MD weeks a dynamic, creative, and innovative part-time Youth Advisor for our Kadima (6th through 8th grade) and USY (9th through 12th grade) youth groups. We are looking for an individual to create meaningful, fun, and inclusive programming for our youth. This position will entail approximately eight to ten hours per month through the school year. This would be a GREAT opportunity for a college student!! Please contact if you are interested or would like more information.
Rabbi Alison Kobey wrote on September 27, 2018 at 10:32 pm:
Congregation Or Chadash in Damascus, MD is a vibrant Reform synagogue and is looking for three positions. One, a Sunday morning Religious School for Hebrew prayers for 4th grade and 5th grade students. Two, a Hebrew teacher for 4th grade on Tuesday evenings. Three, a part-time (15-20 hours a week) school administrator. If interested, please contact Bita, our Temple Administrator at (301) 482-1025 or
Kfir Banin wrote on September 11, 2018 at 11:16 am:
Hill Havurah, an independent Jewish congregation on Capitol Hill, is looking for a part-time Operations and Education Assistant. This 15-30 hour/week position pays $17.50 an hour. Hill Havurah is a thriving community that is eager to welcome a new team member. We are excited and ready for the right person to begin immediately. We’re looking for someone: -Reliable, organized and self-motivated who is a flexible team player. -With an ability to work effectively with volunteers of all ages, including teens. -Proficient in Google suite and skilled in communication and writing. -With access to a car or other means of transportation to comfortably bring supplies to various locations around the Capitol Hill neighborhood. During the week (Flexible hours M-F) -Complete administrative tasks, such as purchasing and delivering school supplies. -Send weekly emails to parents and teachers during school year. -Assist Rabbi and Director of Operations in preparing for classes and special events. During Sunday school mornings (4-5 hours, 30 times per year): -Arrive promptly at 8:30 am to unlock classroom doors. -Respond to teacher concerns and supply needs. -Supervise teen staff, observe classes, photograph classes for parents. -Assist with individual students as necessary. -Prepare and take down rooms for special events. -Organize supply room and lock all classroom doors. On Friday nights, Saturday mornings and community events (3-6 times per month): -Set-up and break down room for services/community events. Operations: -Track and purchase supplies for events, order and maintain office supplies. -Manage enrollment for Havurah events. -Assist the Director of Operations with short/long term projects. Please send a cover letter, resume, and two references to Director of Operations, Kfir Banin at
Rabbi Kim Blumenthal wrote on August 28, 2018 at 6:04 pm:
Olney, MD (B'nai Shalom of Olney) is looking for dynamic individuals to round out our amazing staff team. Positions are open on Sundays (9-12), Tuesdays (4:30-6:30) and/or Wednesdays (4:30-6:30). We are especially looking for people who could lead spirited Jewish song or dance sessions. We provide excellent mentorship and professional growth opportunities for our staff. Contact for more information.
Amanda Katz wrote on August 23, 2018 at 2:00 pm:
Potomac MD Synagogue seeking youth advisor to help staff events on 4 Sundays throughout the school year. Engage our kids (grades K-5th) with great energy. Please have your own car or we will provide Metro/Uber. Reliable, responsible and ability to successfully run a program, Jewish background and experience working with children preferred.
Sarah Hostyk wrote on August 19, 2018 at 5:22 pm:
Looking to get experience with an early stage mobile app startup? Place Tempo ( is looking for more UMD student ambassadors and interns. We are a local iPhone and Android app that matches you with the best study environments nearby in real-time based on your productivity needs (quiet, fast WiFi, open seating, tables and outlets...). Driven by real-time and historic crowd sourced rating, the app also offers punch card deals and promotions from local businesses. Please emails us at if interested. Thank you!
Gabriela Orozco wrote on August 17, 2018 at 1:54 pm:
Dear Students of Hillel of Maryland University, My name is Gabriela Orozco. I am writing on behalf of Hill Havurah, an independent Jewish communal organization. We are looking to hire individuals to assist with children’s programming during our High Holiday services on September 10th and 19th. We are looking for babysitters, group leaders and activity leaders. Do you know of any students at Maryland University that might be interested in this opportunity? If you know of any members who are good with kids and knowledgable about Judaism, we would appreciate it if you could give us their contact information Please reply to Babysitting Take care of the little ones Paid at $75 for each morning, or offered volunteer hours for school Assistants Engage with kids, help teacher, assist with educational activities Paid at $60 for each morning, or offered volunteer hours for school Teachers Lead lessons and activities for children Paid at $110 for each morning Thank you very much!
Gabriela Orozco wrote on August 16, 2018 at 2:56 pm:
Dear Students of Hillel of Maryland University, My name is Gabriela Orozco. I am writing on behalf of Hill Havurah, an independent Jewish communal organization. We are looking to hire individuals to assist with children’s programming during our High Holiday services on September 10th and 19th. We are looking for babysitters, group leaders and activity leaders. Do you know of any students at American University that might be interested in this opportunity? If you know of any members who are good with kids and knowledgable about Judaism, we would appreciate it if you could give us their contact information. Thank you very much!
Rachel Hyman wrote on August 8, 2018 at 9:26 pm:
Hello, we are looking for someone to help out with diving and childcare after school. My daughter (8) goes to school in DC and we live in N Chevy Chase. She needs to be picked up at school and brought home for snack and homework. If you can tutor my older child (15) in math and chemistry that would be a plus, but its not required. You need your own car and be ok with a friendly dog. Job is Tues/Wed/Thurs after school, approx 3:30-6:00 pm. Let me know if you are interested and can commit for at least the semester! Thanks Rachel
Hillel Z Goldschein wrote on July 25, 2018 at 3:07 pm:
Business Manager: Local Jewish newspaper, Kol HaBirah Manage company operations in collaboration with company founder Maintain current advertiser relationships Help increase company's revenue via local advertising sales Manage existing vendor relationships Compensation: Strong base plus commission Qualifications: business experience and/or ambitious and driven Contact:
Lesley Levin wrote on July 25, 2018 at 2:22 pm:
Temple Micah's innovative, community-centered education program for all congregants--Machon Micah--seeks enthusiastic, experienced, and dependable teachers to work with elementary and middle school grades on Sundays from 9:00 am- Noon and/or Tuesdays from 4:15- 6:30 pm in the upcoming academic year, 2018-2019. Machon Micah's approach focuses on experiential, inter-generational, and Jewish-calendar-centric learning, and thus requires creative, knowledgeable, and committed individuals to become part of our teaching team. Applicants should have experience working with children- preferably in a Jewish setting, as well as a solid general Judaic knowledge base, cohesive lesson planning skills, and a good sense of humor! We are specifically looking for teachers for Kindergarten, 1st, and 6th grades. Come share your passion for life and Judaism with the next generation and engage in meaningful relevant work in a community that is not afraid to break the mold! Interested, qualified candidates should submit resumes to Lesley Levin, Assistant Director of Education, at using the subject line "Machon Micah."
Debra Beland Ackerman wrote on July 25, 2018 at 10:27 am:
Congregation Olam Tikvah in Fairfax, VA (we promise it's not too far and we'll even reimburse your travel!) is looking for a few extraordinary educators for our 2018-19 school year. We are a welcoming community of over 630 serving families from all over the Northern Virginia area and our religious school takes pride in being inclusive and innovative. We have positions open on Sundays, from 9am-12pm, and/or Tuesdays from 4:45-6:30pm. If you love Jewish learning, are dedicated to meeting the needs of all students, and have experience in formal or informal education, you might be just the person we are looking for! For more information or to apply, contact
Louis Nagel wrote on July 20, 2018 at 2:52 pm:
Beth Shalom Congregation (Columbia, MD - an easy 30 minute drive from the campus), an egalitarian Conservative synagogue, is seeking enthusiastic, dynamic, classroom teachers and a “Modern Hebrew” (Conversational Hebrew) specialist (Sundays 9:00am-12:00 pm) for the 2018-2019 school year. We are looking for team players who can captivate children with a progressive, creative, developmentally appropriate approach to Judaics and Tefillah-Hebrew instruction; comfort with modern Hebrew a plus. School meets Sundays (9:00am-12:00pm). Contact: Dr. Louis Nagel or 410-531-5115 X322
Leah Miller wrote on July 19, 2018 at 12:35 pm:
Ohr Kodesh Congregation Chevy Chase, Maryland Jewish studies teaching: The right candidates should be familiar with Project-Based Learning. The Alvin Browdy Religious School (ABRS) at Ohr Kodesh Congregation, a Jewish Conservative supplemental school in Chevy Chase, Maryland is looking for talented teachers to join our friendly team. We are hiring for 2 exciting positions to begin in the fall! - (1) Preschool age teaching position on Sunday mornings (We are looking for someone who is willing to do a play-based curriculum which is Jewishly-infused and who is able to do some Hebrew vocabulary) - (1) Elementary-age teaching position on Sunday mornings and/or Wednesday afternoons Transportation might be negotiated if needed. Please contact Leah Miller, Assistant Principal at if interested!
Jess S. wrote on July 18, 2018 at 11:27 am:
Research Assistant internship (unpaid) available at Middle East research and counter-terrorism organization in downtown Washington, DC. The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) bridges the language gap between the Middle East and the West by translating the region’s print, online, and broadcast media so that Western governments and the general public may better understand the regions’ political, social, cultural, economic, religious, and ideological dynamics. MEMRI's projects include the Tom Lantos Archives on Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial, Jihad and Terrorism Studies, Cyber & Jihad Lab, Russia Media Studies, MEMRI TV, and Middle East Reform. Intern duties include Duties include numerous, substantive research and administrative tasks, assistance to office personnel and general office duties. Research topics may include U.S. foreign policy; Middle East & South Asian affairs; terrorism, counterterrorism, national security, & cyber security; social media; U.S. Congress; & philanthropy & donor outreach. Interns must commit to at least 12 hours per week. Class year of Junior or higher preferred, but not required. Internships are available for the Fall 2018 semester and subsequent semesters. Please inquire or apply.