Santa Barbara Hillel has been notified of the opportunities below and we are simply sharing them. All who are interested should complete their own research about these programs. INTERNSHIPS & SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:
JCC Maccabi Sports Camp:
As a staff member at camp, you learn valuable, relevant skills and wield the responsibility to make a serious contribution every day… plus you get to wear shorts, a t-shirt, and work outside in the sunshine! We’re as dedicated to investing in the leaders on our staff as we are to the growth of our campers. In fact, one simply can’t happen without the other. This is why few summer jobs offer as much personal satisfaction or opportunity to develop life and resume-building skills as being a camp staff member, especially when you have a passion for sports and valuable insights to share. Link to open positions here
Kohn Summer Internship Program:
Are you a Jewish college student who is going home to the Bay Area for the summer? Do you want to get paid to work at a Jewish nonprofit? Jewish college students who have completed at least one year of school are invited to apply for the Kohn Summer Internship Program. Interns are placed at Bay Area Jewish nonprofits for eight weeks. This is a paid internship program with free professional development seminars. Applicants who identify as Jews of Color and/ or queer are encouraged to apply. You will build in-demand skills, make connections and grow professionally.
Learn more about the Kohn Internship Program here VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:
IsraAID Fellowship Program:
The fellowship will provide undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to join IsraAID in one of its ongoing international field projects to learn more about humanitarian aid and have a hands-on experience working with populations recovering from humanitarian crises. The fellowship begins with a 2-month summer immersive fieldwork opportunity in project ranging from psychosocial support for Syrian refugees in Greece to IsraAID's W.A.S.H Training Programs (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) in Uganda. Following the summer internship, participants will continue to serve as fellows on their respective campuses and communities where they will host 2 educational, awareness, and fundraising events per semester. The events will raise awareness about the specific crisis the fellow worked on as well as IsraAID’s programs more globally.
We currently do not have any listed volunteer opportunities. JOB OPPORTUNITIES:
Congregation B'nai B'rith is hiring a new Youth Engagement Coordinator! This position will coordinate all teen engagement programs (6th-12th grade) and assist the Director of Jewish Learning Programs (Director) in the running of K-12 education programs. The ideal candidate is enthusiastic, creative, organized, outgoing, responsible, hard-working and social. It is important that the YEC has a clear understanding of teens in today’s world and has ideas and methods with which to draw them into beginning or continuing active engagement in our community. The position requires excellent communication skills with staff, parents and the youth of our Congregation. The YEC will be expected to work Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings as part of a 40-hour work week and will attend 6-12 weekend events, trips, and retreats during the school year. Here is the link to the application: https://jewishjobs.com/jobs/view/51859