Administrative Associate - JFNA Israel & Overseas

The Jewish Federations of North America (“JFNA”) represents 146 Jewish Federations and over 300 Network communities, which raise more than $3 billion annually for social welfare, social services, and educational needs. The Federation movement, collectively among the top 10 charities on the continent, protects and enhances the well-being of Jews worldwide through the values of tikkun olam (repairing the world), tzedakah, (charity and social justice), chesed (caring and compassion), and Torah (Jewish learning).

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FOOD-X & dlab Office Administrator Part-Time Position

Food-X and dlab are looking for an Office Administrator to join our team!

Food-X and dlab are accelerator programs run by SOSV, a multi-stage venture capital firm with $650M+ in assets under management. Known as the accelerator VC, SOSV provides intellectual and financial capital to accelerate founders’ big ideas for positive change. To-date SOSV has funded over 900 startups!

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DOROT Academic Intern Position - Volunteer Services

Description:

As a DOROT Academic Intern, you will be exposed to the complex and varied issues of aging. DOROT offers a variety of opportunities to best meet the individual interests of each intern. All DOROT internships include regular visits with a local older adult who is socially isolated or at risk of becoming socially isolated.

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InternshipRaphael Berdugo
Intern With AJC New York

Have you ever met with a federally elected official or UN Ambassador? Do you have a desire to interface with leaders from New York’s diverse religious and ethnic communities? AJC’s NY Regional office is seeking a committed, well-organized and responsible intern (unpaid) to provide support to the NY Regional Office on a range of different initiatives, including front facing meetings with key influencers.

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Mesibat Shabbat Leader/Teacher at The Astoria Center of Israel

We are looking for an engaging and passionate leader to bring Jewish values, Israel education, Jewish calendar programs, Hebrew skills, Torah stories, Jewish history and culture to students ages 5-9 in our new Shabbat program. The goal of this new class is to further engage families on Shabbat using different methods than used in the Tuesday program. Strong desire to take initiative and engage students through music, art, games, and experiential style learning.

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