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Jessica Lieberman wrote on January 8, 2018 at 9:43 am:
Part Time Israel Trip Associate/Assistant (24 hours a month January-August with surge 15-20 hours week approximately mid-September through mid-November) This is a DC Based part -time job (although most work will be virtual) for a National Education Organization based in NY The Part-Time Capstone Trip Assistant will work directly for the Director of Israel Studies and Partnerships who is based in Washington, DC (near Takoma Metro Station). S/he will provide key support for the Capstone Israel Trip including database creation and management, and other administrative tasks and special projects. Key Responsibilities • Data entry: entering and updating student and family data in several databases; keeps paper and electronic files neat and up to date • Works with vendors (e.g. bus companies; airlines; insurance) researches and reserves buses for student trips throughout the year and for roundtrips to airports • In consultation with Director of Israel Studies and Partnerships, complete dissemination of acceptance and award letters, and ongoing reminders to families/students • Processing permission slips, medical waivers, and quarterly payments • Performing continual database management/maintenance including to generate past due lists and keeping multiple databases current • Assist applicants with technical issues regarding the submission of their required paperwork. • Fall 2018: Prepare binders and other trip materials prior to group departure; generate weekly, bi weekly or more frequent lists of student materials; generate password protected spreadsheets for vendors (airlines, trip provider; insurance) Qualifications • Exceptional customer service skills • Keen attention to detail • Experience in a professional office setting • Experience in a professional office setting • Welcoming and professional demeanor with good written and verbal communication skills • Ability to take direction, ask questions, show initiative and follow-through in a fast-paced environment • Organized with demonstrated computer proficiency in programs such as Microsoft Word and Google Docs and Excel. • Comfort interfacing with web-based applications especially Google Suites • Ability to work independently on multiple projects • Strong work ethic and commitment to results Hebrew Public is committed to building a diverse staff team that reflects the communities we serve. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. To learn more about Hebrew Public, please visit Read about our work and mission: To apply for the position, please submit your resume and a cover letter to Position available immediately.
Hill Havurah wrote on January 5, 2018 at 4:37 am:
Hill Havurah Operations and Education Assistant The Hill Havurah, an independent Jewish congregation on Capitol Hill, is looking for a part-time Operations and Education Assistant. This 10-20 hour per week position, pays $15 an hour and has the possibility to grow to 30 hours per week during our busy fall season. Hill Havurah is a thriving community that is eager to welcome a new team member to support our growing program. 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. -With access to a car or other means of transportation to comfortably bring supplies to various locations around the Capitol Hill neighborhood. -Proficient in Google suite. Responsibilities during the week (Flexible hours M-F) -Complete administrative duties, such as purchasing and delivering school supplies -During the school year, send weekly emails to parents and teachers. -Assist Rabbi/Educational Director and Director of Operations in preparing for classes, special events, teacher-parent communications and other projects. Responsibilities on Sunday school mornings (4-5 hours, 30 times per year): -Arrive promptly at 8:30 am to unlock all classroom doors. -Respond to teacher concerns and supply needs. -Photograph classes for parents. -Supervise teen staff. -Prepare and take down rooms for special events. -Organize supply room and lock all classroom doors. Responsibilities 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
JCC Maccabi Sports Camp wrote on December 21, 2017 at 10:50 am:
JCC Maccabi Sports Camp is hiring enthusiastic, responsible, and passionate staff members to join our team for Summer 2018. Current positions available: counselors, assistant coaches in various sports, lifeguards, and a videographer! Applicants 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 an overnight sports camp. All positions are paid and compensation package includes: meals, lodging, camp gear, staff training, days off, and possible travel stipend. Dates are June 12 to July 31. For more info visit us online at: or call/email Brent Osborne, Program Director, at or 415-997-8844 x103. 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, tennis, flag football, dance and lacrosse for campers entering grades 4-11
Camp Rodef Shalom wrote on December 20, 2017 at 8:36 am:
Hey everyone! Camp Rodef Shalom, a Jewish day camp in Falls Church, VA, is looking to fill several supervisor positions for our summer 2018 session. This year, we have the following supervisor openings: Specialist Supervisor, Supervisor on Leadership Team, Extended Day Supervisor, Assistant Director of Programs, and Camper Care Specialist. Most are for students who will be 21+ as of September 2018, but we also have counselor and specialist openings for younger students. Please feel free to reach out to with any and all questions. We’d love to speak with you! View the job descriptions here:
Lori Ginsberg wrote on December 19, 2017 at 7:55 am:
Camp Zeke, a Jewish overnight camp that celebrates healthy active living, is looking for responsible, enthusiastic, and fun-loving summer camp counselors, lifeguards and kitchen assistants to work at camp this summer. Spend an incredible summer, as a part of a warm and friendly camp community! Camp Zeke, is a Jewish overnight camp located in Lakewood, PA. We offer a full culinary arts and baking program for campers, along with various fitness electives such as yoga, strength training, dance, gymnastics and krav maga and a variety of traditional sports, including basketball, softball, volleyball, tennis, soccer, lacrosse, swimming, boating, archery, Gaga, and more. We also offer a variety of other camp activities including arts & crafts, theater, hiking and circus arts. Camp Zeke is seeking enthusiastic and mission-aligned counselors to work as coaches and instructors in our many activities. We seek to hire counselors who will become an integral part of the Camp Zeke family and join us every summer for the foreseeable future. Why work at Camp Zeke? In addition to enjoying a beautiful camp with a warm and inclusive Jewish spirit and making lifelong friends, you will gain valuable work experience and skills that are important to today's employers. Such skills include leadership; problem-solving; effective communication; teamwork; program & project development and implementation; conflict resolution; and resilience. Overnight Camp Counselor Responsibilities: 1) Responsible for well-being of campers & showing them an amazing summer of growth. 2) Oversee various camp activities including; yoga, strength training, dance, gymnastics, arts, theater, hiking & circus arts 3) Act as coach/instructor for many camp activities and electives. 4) Live in a cabin and act as a bunk counselor. 5) Ensure a positive, fun experience for all campers. Overnight Camp Counselor Requirements: 1) Work from June 24th to August 12th 2) Enthusiastic, motivated attitude 3)Passion for summer camp and working with kids 4) Experience working with kids is a big plus, ideally in a camp setting 5) Counselors should have completed at least one year of college 6) Prior experience/certifications required to lead some activities Overnight Camp Counselor Perks & Benefits: 1)Salary is commensurate with experience and includes room and board 2) Accommodation includes air conditioned cabin 3) Cabins are located on 560 acre site on beautiful and private Hickory Lake To learn more visit and to apply, visit
Amy Wortzel wrote on December 13, 2017 at 6:22 am:
Supervised by the AJC Global Forum Program Director (Alex Bronzo), the intern will assist with the development and execution of AJC Global Forum 2018 – AJC’s largest annual conference, this year in Jerusalem for the first time in the organization’s history. Although the internship will span the spring semester, the intern may have an opportunity to attend and participate in the Global Forum – June 10-13, 2018. The intern will work on various projects related to Global Forum 2018, including but not limited to: - Research of prospective speakers, including government officials, policy experts, faith leaders, and more; - Draft correspondence with conference speakers; - Research of program destinations in Israel, such as excursion locations; - Liaise with AJC Jerusalem staff on conference details, logistics, and venue preparation; - Help coordinate the Global Forum’s ‘Israel at 70 Exhibition’ The selected intern will: - Refine her/his attention to detail, through coordination of varying tasks for a large and complicated conference; - Develop writing skills through drafting correspondence for high-level officials and interlocutors; - Learn to bridge international culture gaps, as s/he helps coordinate a conference overseas; - Refine research skills, as s/he thoroughly vets and researches prospective speakers; - Enhance her/his creativity in helping coordinate a first-time exhibition. Please submit your resume and letter of recommendation to Alex Bronzo ( by January 12, 2018
Hope Glassman wrote on November 28, 2017 at 7:29 am:
Applications are open for the 2018-19 Avodah's Jewish Service Corps, a year-long program for recent grads and post college age adults to build a lifetime of leadership skills, an active Jewish community, a powerful professional network, and a more just America. The Avodah Jewish Service Corps provides recent grads a place to build the foundations for careers, Jewish community, and lifelong activism in social and economic justice movements. We're looking for leaders and not-yet-leaders, activists and organizers, challah bakers and Shabbat dinner hosts, teachers, learners, and everyone in between to spend the next year pursuing justice with Avodah. As a member of the Avodah Jewish Service Corps, you will: -Build real world expertise with hands-on work experience. Corps Members are placed with Avodah's partner organizations in Chicago, New Orleans, New York and Washington, DC. They contribute to our partners' work on crucial justice issues like immigration, hunger, education, public health, and domestic violence. -Develop activist chops and Jewish social justice insights. Avodah's trusted, innovative curriculum develops practical skills, examines the causes and effects of -domestic poverty, and looks at justice work through a Jewish lens. -Live and learn in the dynamic Avodah community. Home-cooked meals, late night conversations, and holiday celebrations make living in the bayit (house) memorable and meaningful. -Access activism, professional development, and Jewish opportunities for life. Hundreds of active, engaged, supportive social justice leaders across the country in the Avodah alumni community help with everything from apartment hunts to job references to holiday meals. Corps Members are aged 21-26, and the program provides a monthly living stipend, travel allowance, health insurance, and subsidized housing, as well as year of professional and leadership development. Are you our next Jewish Service Corps Member? Do you know someone who is wondering what they can do to help create a more just America, or how to build a career that makes a difference in people's lives? Find out more at The application priority deadline is Monday, January 29th, and the program begins in mid-August 2018. Full program and application information can be found at, or contact Russ Agdern at
Julie Greenwald wrote on November 15, 2017 at 11:42 am:
The JCRC hires college and graduate students interested in serving as Interns in the Fall, Winter/Spring and Summer terms. Interested applicants can submit a cover letter and resume to Julie Greenwald at Interns support work within the JCRC's 4 main pillars of government relations, Israel advocacy, inter-group relations, and social justice and have the opportunity to participate in exciting and meaningful projects that provide a unique lens through which to view our dynamic organization in action. JCRC Interns are involved in all aspects of our programs including legislative activities, research, event planning and publicity and policy development. The 2018 Winter/Spring intern will have significant responsibility for implementing a new peer education program called Student-to-Student, which will train Jewish high schoolers to put a “human face” to Judaism for fellow teens, thereby combatting anti-Semitism and other forms of bigotry and intolerance. Interns work out of the JCRC's North Bethesda Headquarters.
Adam Sidel wrote on November 14, 2017 at 7:18 am:
My firm is currently looking to hire individuals into three, three-month-long temporary roles in support of AIPAC's 2018 annual conference -- which will be in DC in early March. You can find all of our job descriptions at: These positions that are open currently: * Communications Associate * Project Manager * Plenary Events Planning Assistant
Hill Havurah wrote on November 10, 2017 at 12:47 pm:
Operations and Education Assistant The Hill Havurah, an independent Jewish congregation on Capitol Hill, is looking for a part-time Operations and Education Assistant. This is a 10-20 hour/week position, with compensation of $15 per hour and a possibility to grow to 30 hours/week during our busy fall season. Hill Havurah is a thriving community that is eager to welcome a new team member to support our growing program. We are ready for the right person to begin immediately. We’re looking for someone: -Reliable and self-motivated. -Strong, flexible team player. -Ability to work effectively with internal staff and manage a team of teens. -With access to a car or other means of transport to comfortably bring supplies (sometimes large) to various classroom locations on the Hill. -High organizational skills. -Proficient in google suite. During the week (Flexible hours M-F) -Complete administrative duties such as printing, copying, etc. -Purchase Yavneh (Hebrew school) supplies as needed. -Bring supplies to classroom locations. -During the school year, send weekly emails to Yavneh parents and weekly reminders to teachers. -Assist Rabbi/Educational Director and Director of Operations with preparation for classes, special events, teacher-parent communications and other projects. On Sunday school mornings (4-5 hours, 30 times per year): -Arrive promptly at 8:30 am to unlock all classroom doors. -Throughout the morning, see that teachers have necessary supplies, let in parents into school as needed, help address any teacher concerns, photograph classes for parents, run last-minute errands if needed, etc. -Supervise teen staff as they clean-up and organize supply room. -On mornings with special events, prepare and take down the room. -Complete clean-up if necessary, organize supply room, and lock all classroom doors. On Friday nights, Saturday mornings and community events, 3-6 times per month: -Set-up room for weekend services/community events. -Break down and clean room after services/community events. Operations: -Track and purchase supplies for events. -Order and maintain office supplies. -Manage enrollment for communal 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
Jessie Graff wrote on October 30, 2017 at 11:19 am:
The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago’s Government Affairs office seeks a Sophomore/Junior/Senior undergraduate student for a 2018 internship in its Washington DC Government Affairs office. Receiving more than $300 million in 2016 in federal, state, and local government funds helps support the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago local network of more than 70 health and human services agencies serving more than 500,000 Chicagoans of all faiths, as well as two million Jews in Israel and throughout the world. Prior exposure to government relations, non-profits, and domestic policy would be helpful. The selected candidate will gain exposure to Capitol Hill and the Administration, develop an understanding of a variety of domestic social policy issues, and a first-hand look inside the Jewish communal world. The candidate should have excellent writing and research skills, be able to juggle multiple projects at once, and have a solid foundation in Microsoft Office. Specific responsibilities during the internship will include: • Attend and/or watch congressional hearings and provide notes to Government Affairs staff • Prepare and update materials for Capitol Hill visits • Assist with all phases of preparation for special outreach events, including two advocacy missions • Research and draft documents related to health and human services, Israel, Iran, Middle East, and other issues important to Federation. The Federal Policy Internship is a part-time position (flexible but consistent 15-20/hour/week). The internship will begin in January and will end early May (dates are flexible with your school schedule). This internship is paid, and we may be able to help you obtain credit for the internship. Knowledge of the Chicagoland area is helpful but not necessary. The internship is open to current sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Please send a resume/cover letter, writing sample, and any questions to: or by fax at 202-466-7092. Please visit for an overview of JUF/JF’s Government Affairs Program.
Scott Lasensky wrote on October 27, 2017 at 1:01 pm:
Family in Silver Spring, former UMD professor, looking for a UMD Hillel student who can do occasional babysitting, with an emphasis on helping elementary school-aged children with Hebrew and other day-school homework. If interested, please call 1.917.405.7225, Thank you.
Adam Sidel wrote on October 19, 2017 at 6:45 am:
Brainstorm Creative Resources is recruiting on behalf of AIPAC, for two temporary Project Manager roles. We’re seeking individuals who bring experience in creative project management and/or live event production, for three-month-long assignments that will be focused on managing program elements for the organization’s annual conference. We're hoping to on-board for both positions in mid-November or early December, and we expect the engagements will come to a close in mid-March. AIPAC's annual conference, which will be held in Washington, DC in early March, will welcome more than 15,000 participants, from all 50 states and all over the world. Guests and speakers at the conference have historically included world leaders, among them heads of state. We are excited to meet over-achieving, early to mid-career events and production professionals who are organized and detail-oriented. We are not expecting to see PMP-level accreditation for roles this level. We do expect that you will be able to demonstrate your top-notch people skills through references and in-person interviews. Brainstorm Creative Resources has supported AIPAC for more than ten years and we have helped them identify many amazing people for a wide variety of full-time, temporary and project-oriented roles. We can provide plenty of additional details regarding the employer, to the most well qualified applicants. While this position is currently defined as “temporary,” and we are not actively offering it as a “temporary-to-permanent” transition opportunity, we can share that AIPAC his hired temporary Brainstorm Creative Resources employees into full-time positions in years past. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: *Project manage multiple live event stage elements—each with varying requirements and approval processes. *Coordinate communication between content producers, video editors and production partners. * Ensure the proper assembly of component script, video and graphics for each show element. * Assist with script edits and coordinate/manage visual asset research and delivery. * Coordinate with content producers for delivery of assets prior to weekly rehearsals. This includes delivering video assets to vendors and delivering scripts for program element. *Participate in multiple rehearsals each week—ensuring that action items are captured and necessary follow up is completed. * Coordinate communication with speakers during the lead up to the conference, including: gathering multimedia assets, coordinating rehearsal needs, etc. * Create and maintain event documentation. * During the conference, on-site responsibilities include assisting the talent rehearsal, scripting and/or backstage teams. HOURS / LOCATION: We are announcing this opportunity on October 17, 2017 and we are ideally looking for someone to start working during the timeframe of mid-November to early December. We can offer some flexibility for the assignment to start a bit sooner than mid-November if we quickly identify amazing candidates who are interested in working immediately. We are only interested in receiving applications and inquiries from individuals who can work: (1) In a full-time, temporary capacity; (2) a regular M-F, 9am-6pm schedule; (3) on-site at our client’s workplace near Union Station in NW, DC; (4) starting roughly in the mid-November to early December timeframe; (5) continuing through mid-March. Individuals who can only work part-time or who are interested in working from home should not apply. Also, there will be a requirement to work some Saturdays during January and February. Our client’s workplace is easily accessible via car, Metrorail and Metrobus. We will provide details regarding parking options to individuals whom we schedule for interviews with the employer. RATE: We are suggesting a pay rate range of between $19 and $22/hour, which we believe is in-line with the position requirements. These rates, when annualized, are the basis for salaries ranging from $38K to $42K. The actual rate offered will be commensurate with your experience and will largely be based on the following factors: credentials as detailed in your resume, your interview experiences with Brainstorm Creative Resources and/or our client, and quality of reference providers and references provided. TERMS: This engagement is structured differently than most temporary assignments. Instead of being paid only for the hours you work (which is a staffing industry norm), you will paid for working 40 hours each week -- even if you actually work fewer hours. This policy extends to all days that the employer's office is officially closed for vacation and also to personal and sick days within reason, but not to long strings of days when you might be away from work for personal reasons. It's worth mentioning that the organization's offices are typically closed for the entire week between Christmas and New Year's Day. So you will likely have up to one full week of paid vacation over the holidays. The engagement also offers a limited overtime differential. Overtime will be calculated under a federally mandated formula that indicates different rates each week, depending on how many hours were worked during that week. We will gladly provide documentation regarding the overtime policy and explain the specifics of it to the most well qualified applicants. APPLICATION: Brainstorm Creative Resources is a recruiting and staffing firm that has been focused on placing creative and editorial professionals into freelance and full-time positions with Washington, DC-area employers since 2003. We are recruiting for this position at the request of our client, the hiring organization. If you are reading this job description at our Application Portal please follow the instructions included below. If you are reading this job description elsewhere please visit us at Within our website you can click anywhere you see "Find Work" buttons or text to view all currently open positions. Please follow these steps when you apply: 1) Closely read the complete job description to ensure that you are a terrific fit for the opportunity. 2) If you are a returning applicant please enter your e-mail address and password, and then add the opportunity to your "My Jobs" list. 3) If you have not applied with Brainstorm previously, click the "Apply For This Position" button. 4) During the application process please make sure to: -> Provide all details requested as you are completing your personal profile (including links to sample work online), -> Upload a resume and cover letter. We expect all interested parties to support their application and salary request with a cover letter that clearly indicates their fitness for the position. Only candidates who can demonstrate that they will reside within a commutable distance of Washington, DC as of December 1, 2017 should apply. Applicants who do not already live in Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia, and who do not already have firm plans to relocate to the metro-Washington, DC area by December 1, 2017 and/or who inquire without a cover letter or resume should not expect to receive a response. Brainstorm Creative Resources and the hiring organization are EEO employers.
Sarah Horowitz wrote on October 15, 2017 at 10:16 am:
We are searching for an experienced and reliable babysitter for about 16-20 hours a week, beginning December 4th. The job would involve watching our 1 year old baby boy in the morning, and then playing with our 3 year old when he gets home from school early afternoon. We will be moving to Chevy Chase in a few weeks, just a short drive from UMD. We are flexible in terms of the exact schedule. The job would include folding laundry and tidying up after the baby's things while our baby is napping. We are looking for someone who would be able to stick with us on a consistent basis from December until August. My husband and I met at UMD hillel and would love to have a fellow terp help us with our kids. Please e-mail me if you are interested -
Ko-ach Sports wrote on October 11, 2017 at 10:48 am:
Ko-ach Sports is currently seeking a part-time league administrator. This K-8th grade Sunday sports league offers soccer, flag football, track and field and baseball for the Silver Spring Jewish Community. Duties of the position include: • Manage the day-to-day operations of the league. • Receive, distribute and re-collect team uniforms and equipment. • Weekly communication with parents. • Solicit local business for sponsorships. • Research and scout out local field options. • Recruit and manage paid and volunteer coaches/staff. Contact Josh at to apply
Anti-Defamation League, Washington, DC wrote on September 18, 2017 at 7:53 am:
ADL Washington, D.C. Regional Operations Internship Under direct supervision, participate in day-to-day operations and projects within the Regional Operations and Education 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. Primary Roles and Responsibilities: Interns will work directly with Regional Staff on projects relating to education, community engagement, hate crimes, extremist groups, anti-Semitism, law enforcement outreach and regional operations. Projects involve program administration, research, report and correspondence writing, database management, assisting with meeting and event planning, community outreach and other duties as assigned. Please visit to apply
Ruth wrote on September 17, 2017 at 4:36 pm:
Seeking a friendly, responsible sitter for after-school driving (from Silver Spring to Bethesda to Takoma Park) on Thursdays from 3:30pm -7:30pm. Depending on our schedule and yours, we could use some help on other school days, as well. Driving, homework help, etc. My three kids are aged 9, 11, and 13. They're all native Hebrew speakers and fully bilingual, and would love to be around someone who knew Hebrew or appreciated their culture. 🙂 Must have a safe car, insurance, and a clean driving record! Please tell me a bit about yourself and why this job interests you, and please let me know whom I may contact as a reference.
Leah Miller wrote on September 8, 2017 at 10:57 am:
Congregation B’nai Tzedek, a 650-family Conservative synagogue in Potomac, Maryland, is seeking a fun, engaging, and energetic part-time youth advisor to assist our growing youth group program! FUN, FRIENDS, LAUGHTER, LEADERSHIP, LASTING MEMORIES, MEANINGFUL EXPERIENCES, COMMITMENT, GROWING TOGETHER! The youth advisor will help plan, staff, and build relationships with the members of our youth groups and their parents. We are looking for someone with great energy who knows how to engage our kids! Someone who will have fun with them but who also is reliable, responsible and can successfully run a program. The youth advisor will work closely and meet with the Youth Engagement and Programming Coordinator on a regular basis. Flexible hours and competitive pay are included! Please email your resume and cover letter to Leah Miller, Youth Engagement and Programming Coordinator at Required Qualifications: Possess a strong Jewish background and lifestyle Experience working with children and/or teens in an informal setting (youth group, Jewish camping, etc.) Strong communication and administrative skills Must have own vehicle Must be available some evenings and weekends Preferred Qualifications: Experience with USY and/or BBYO
Marc Turok, CPA, CGMA wrote on August 30, 2017 at 10:00 am:
Small, change oriented CPA firm seeking individual who can work independently and think outside the box. Must have strong background in excel and word. Send resume to or call 301-530-1920.
Rachel Hyman wrote on August 30, 2017 at 8:10 am:
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL TEACHERS Shaare Torah Religious School Learn It to Live It! Shaare Torah, a Conservative shul in Gaithersburg, is a transformative Jewish community that connects every participant to each other, the Jewish people, Jewish tradition, humanity, and God. Our Religious School seeks to provide an education designed to inspire our students to lead their lives as identifying, ethical, committed Jews. Our purpose is to create a warm, yet challenging, learning environment to instill the skills and values that enable our students to understand their heritage and live the rich spiritual and ethical life that Judaism offers. We believe that an integrated curriculum involving Torah, Hebrew, prayer, tzedakah, customs, values, history and holidays reinforced by strong family education will enable the student to understand the religious teachings and traditions embodied in his/her Jewish heritage, practice religious observances, and guide his/her life by the moral and ethical principles of the Jewish religion. We hope to challenge our students to discover their own authentic path to a relationship with God, Torah, Israel and the Jewish people by preparing our students to confront and respect Jewish tradition. We are currently seeking a teacher for the following class: - 4th Grade - Meaning of Prayers (not Hebrew), Holidays, Life Cycle, Mitzvot - Sundays 9:00am-12:00pm - 5th Grade - Bible - Sundays 9:00am-12:00pm - Spring Semester - 6th Grade - Jewish History - Sundays 9:00am-12:00pm We offer the following to our teachers: - competitive salaries, commensurate with experience; - paid sick leave; - partnership and support from director, rabbi, professional staff, and lay leadership; - teacher trainings appropriate for both new and experienced teachers. We expect in return the following of our teachers: - passion and commitment to Jewish learning for the young people in our community; - partnership and collaboration with fellow teachers and director; - planning for the year and each session that meets objectives, is age-appropriate, and fun; - parent communication that is effective, informative, and engaging. If interested, please contact Allison Colker, Education Director, 301-869-9842, ext. 117 or