Service Engagement Interns will spend this year learning about community organizing and a justice issue of their choice, and then volunteering in the local community and creating opportunities for others to volunteer, too. You’ll explore social justice and its connection to Jewish values as well as take relevant, meaningful, and tangible action to make the world a better place. This is a year-long internship from September to May. Service Engagement Interns will receive a $500 stipend from Repair the World in recognition of their work. They will be expected to fulfill all program requirements with the support of Hillel staff and other campus and community resources. Sound like something you’re interested in? Apply today!
Applications are due on August 29th. Questions? Please contact Rabbi Ariel Milan-Polisar at email@example.com or (914) 420-0810.