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(339) Leif
Wed, 10 February 2016 12:41:26 +0000
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(338) Tommy
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(336) Yachad Joel Daner Communal Fellowship
Thu, 28 January 2016 21:25:59 +0000
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Yachad, the National Jewish Council for Disabilities (NJCD) is seeking outstanding post-college graduates who want to learn, grow and contribute to an innovative, thriving, and dynamic human rights organization that has been on the cutting edge of disability inclusion for the last 30 years. Candidates must be thoughtful and concerned about the broader Jewish community. Applicants must be able to think flexibly and creatively and also be interested in 'doing.'

This year-long Fellowship, in the intersection of the Jewish community and the disability inclusion movement, will support the Fellows' development in working as part of a dynamic multidisciplinary team aimed to meet the social and inclusion needs of Jewish individuals with diverse disabilities. This includes, but is not limited to, Autism Spectrum Disorder, developmental challenges, deaf and hard of hearing, physical disabilities, and medical health and mental health needs.

The Joel Daner Yachad Communal Fellowship (JDYCF) aims to shape emerging leaders who plan to go into careers in social work, psychology, medicine, education, not-for-profit management, development, public relations, policy planning or organizational leadership; or those who hope to serve the broad Jewish community in a lay leadership capacity.

Due to the great success and interest in our Daner fellowship program, we are excited to offer 3 tracks for 2016-17 fellows: Community Leadership, Special Education and Direct Care.

Community Leadership fellows will be based in Yachad’s international headquarters in Manhattan and will work on projects related to administration, marketing, development, special events, summer programs, and national inclusive programming.

Special Education fellows will be placed at Yachad’s IVDU schools for special education in Brooklyn and will have the opportunity to work directly with students both inside and outside of the classroom. Fellows will be able to gain valuable hands-on experience as well as working with a teacher who has a masters degree in special education.

Direct Care fellows will work within the Jewish Union Foundation (JUF), an affiliate program of Yachad, in the day habilitation and vocational training programs gaining hands-on experience working with adults with disabilities.

Application Deadline: March 14, 2016

Supervision:

Fellows will function as a full member of Yachad's staff, working out of our National Headquarters in lower Manhattan. Fellows will be assigned a primary mentor—a staff member under whose tutelage and guidance they will directly carry out their diverse range of duties within the agency. Additional mentors will provide integrated training and experiential opportunities in other areas as needed. Together, the mentoring team will offer opportunities for the Fellow to acquire proficiency in disability culture and Jewish organizational leadership. In addition, each Fellow will have a monthly meeting with Yachad's International Director, and additional staff forums.

(335) Denise Demerson
Thu, 17 December 2015 19:19:10 +0000
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1. SLIP is a Summer Leadership Internship Program for Jewish college students

2. Students will be partnered with Jewish business leaders of our community

3.The program begins May 2016 and lasts 8-12 weeks depending on the specific internship

4.There will be two 90 minute seminars that the interns are required to attend and one 90 minute seminar the student and leader attend together

5.There will be opportunities for paid and unpaid internships

6.Applicants should submit an application and resume and those qualified will be interviewed by Federation staff

More information can be found on our website - http://jewishharrisburg.org/get-involved/summer-leadership-intern-program

For any questions, please contact Denise Demerson at d.demerson@jewishfedhbg.org or 717-236-9555 x3133


(334) Rachel Skinner
Mon, 14 December 2015 15:35:36 +0000
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Kol HaLev, a Reconstructionist Jewish congregation in Baltimore, has a part-time teacher position open for its growing "Beit Lev" (Sunday school). Classes are held twice monthly on Sundays from 10-12:30. Kol HaLev is a grassroots community in Baltimore with a commitment to fostering in its children the love of learning, community, Judaism and social action. We are in search of a creative and energetic educator to work with our K/1 class. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Applicants should have experience working with children in this age group. Prior teaching experience is not required but is preferable. Please send a letter of interest and a description of relevant work experience to Rachel Skinner, Beit Lev principal, at beitlev@kolhalevmd.org.

(333) Julie Greenwald
Thu, 3 December 2015 20:46:25 +0000
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The Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington is currently looking for college interns to work independently, in a number of areas for 10 hours a week. Internships are with the Israel Action Center, MD/VA and DC Governments Relations, Education Outreach, and Social Justice/Inter-Group Relations. The internships are minimum wage paid positions, for the calendar year, beginning January 4, 2016. Interns must have sharp internet research skills and writing competencies. Access to a computer is necessary. There will be a need for some web training at our office in North Bethesda, Maryland, otherwise the work can be done off site. Intern applicants must provide their permanent home and campus addresses.

(332) Kellen Sarver
Mon, 30 November 2015 22:33:31 +0000
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JCC Maccabi Sports Camp seeks Summer Staff

At JCC Maccabi Sports Camp, campers build strong character and Jewish community through sports. We are the summer home for the Jewish athlete, combining high-level sports instruction with the fun, friendship, and community of a Jewish overnight camp.

For the Summer 2016 season, we are looking to hire enthusiastic, responsible, and passionate individuals to join our staff team. Available positions include: counselors, assistant coaches, head coaches, medical staff, photo/video specialists, lifeguards, and more.

Staff members should love working with children, feel comfortable serving as positive role models, and be excited about the opportunity to work outside and spend their summer at a Jewish sports camp. All positions are paid and compensation package includes: meals, lodging, camp gear, staff training, days off, and possible travel stipend. Staff training begins June 6, 2016.

For more info visit us online at: www.maccabisportscamp.org/work-at-camp or call/email Mara Berde, Assistant Director, at mara@maccabisportscamp.org or 415-997-8844.

JCC Maccabi Sports Camp is a Jewish overnight camp located in the San Francisco Bay Area that offers programs in basketball, soccer, baseball, softball, volleyball, and tennis for boys and girls entering grades 4-11.


(331) Beth
Wed, 18 November 2015 18:42:36 +0000
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Shadow Counselor
The Shadow Counselor will care for one dedicated special needs camper and live with a bunk of campers as a role model and in loco parentis. The Shadow Counselor will discreetly act as facilitator of experience for one dedicated camper with special mental health needs. The Shadow Counselor will strive to raise self esteem, empower the child to take on appropriate challenges and leadership opportunities, and foster the bunk group dynamic by facilitating active participation between the dedicated special needs camper and the rest of the bunk in all camp activities. The Shadow Counselor must have a special understanding of children with special psychological, mental health and social-emotional needs, and act as a bridge to facilitate inclusion and relationship-building between the dedicated special needs camper and neuro-normative campers. Special training will be provided for the Shadow Counselor, and a special schedule will be required. Excellent communication skills, a willingness to learn and love of nature are essential. Minimum 18 undergraduate credits in special education, developmental psychology or demonstrated equivalent classwork are required.

Additional skills and responsibilities:

● Able and willing to accept supervision and guidance.
● Able to create an environment where campers feel emotionally and physically safe
● Able to provide opportunities for campers to achieve successes.
● Monitor cleanliness and camper’s health
● Recognize and respond to opportunities for individual and group problem-solving
● Supervise all aspects of the camp day
● Ensure that campers write letters on mail days
● Create and participate in bunk activities
● Facilitate participation in bunk activities for children with social challenges
● Communicate with campers through Non Violent Communication techniques
● Respect and support a pluralistic Jewish community
● Assist in a number of tasks as assigned
● Work well with other staff
● Able to put the needs of the campers before the needs of self
● Responsible for adhering to all camp rules and policies
● Responsible for staying in the cabin several nights a week


Counselor must be at least 18 years old, and are expected to stay at camp the entire season and attend staff training. For more information or to apply, contact Beth Praver, Director of Parent Engagement, at 877-397-3336 extension 2, or via email at beth@edenvillagecamp.org.

Eden Village Camp is an innovative non-profit Jewish environmental sleepaway camp just 50 miles from NYC, focusing on organic farming & food, wilderness connection, and creative arts. Our 3rd-11th grade campers and apprentices develop leadership, community-living, and outdoor skills, explore a vibrant food culture, and awaken their sense of purpose, joy, and positive Jewish identity. Learn more at www.edenvillagecamp.org or by calling 877.397.3336.


(330) Beth
Wed, 18 November 2015 18:41:45 +0000
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Inclusion Counselors:
Inclusion Counselors care for and live with campers as role models and in loco parentis. As facilitators of experience for campers with special mental health needs, counselors strive to raise self esteem, empower children to take on appropriate challenges and leadership opportunities, and foster the bunk group dynamic by facilitating active participation in all camp activities offered by specialists. Inclusion Counselors have a special understanding of children with special psychological, mental health and social-emotional needs, and act as a bridge to facilitate inclusion and relationship-building between special needs campers and neuro-normative campers. Excellent communication skills, a willingness to learn, group leading, childcare experience and love of nature are essential. Undergraduate credits in special education, developmental psychology or demonstrated equivalent classwork are required.

Additional skills and responsibilities:

● Able and willing to accept supervision and guidance.
● Able to create an environment where campers feel emotionally and physically safe
● Able to provide opportunities for campers to achieve successes.
● Monitor cleanliness and camper’s health
● Recognize and respond to opportunities for individual and group problem-solving
● Supervise all aspects of the camp day
● Ensure that campers write letters on mail days
● Create and participate in bunk activities
● Facilitate participation in bunk activities for children with social challenges
● Communicate with campers through Non Violent Communication techniques
● Respect and support a pluralistic Jewish community
● Assist in a number of tasks as assigned
● Work well with other staff
● Able to put the needs of the campers before the needs of self
● Responsible for adhering to all camp rules and policies
● Responsible for staying in the cabin several nights a week


Counselors must be at least 18 years old, and are expected to stay at camp the entire season and attend staff training.

For more information or to apply, contact Beth Praver, Director of Parent Engagement, at 877-397-3336 extension 2, or via email at beth@edenvillagecamp.org.

Eden Village Camp is an innovative non-profit Jewish environmental sleepaway camp just 50 miles from NYC, focusing on organic farming & food, wilderness connection, and creative arts. Our 3rd-11th grade campers and apprentices develop leadership, community-living, and outdoor skills, explore a vibrant food culture, and awaken their sense of purpose, joy, and positive Jewish identity. Learn more at www.edenvillagecamp.org or by calling 877.397.3336.


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