Current Internship Opportunities

If you are a college student or recent graduate and will be returning to camp this summer, check out our growing list of amazing internship opportunities, each hosted by a Ramah alumni. Questions? Contact Ariel Goodman, Program Director, at ariel@campramah.org.

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Opportunities (by field):

Arts  |  Business   |   Communications  |  Education   |   Research  |   Sports   |

Opportunities (by name):

Clinton Hill Cashmere    |   Coriphery     |    Gigantic Pictures   |   Global Jewish Pen Pal Program  |  JLens  |  Masorti on Campus   |   Mercaz USA (in partnership with Mercaz Canada)   |  M&H Promotions  | Murphy Research    |   Nourishing the Soul Workshops    |   Pelham Jewish Center    |   Perelman Jewish Day School    |    Ramah Day Camp in Philadelphia    |    Reagan Presidential Library    |    Restless Books    |   Rise Gatherings |   The Times of Israel |   Utica Blue Sox



Gigantic Pictures ALL SPOTS FILLED

Location: Remote or in-person options (New York, NY)
Role: Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume and cover letter

Gigantic Pictures, an independent film and documentary production company located in Chelsea, is looking for dedicated, fast-learners interested in both narrative and documentary films, who want to obtain first-hand and practical experience in the industry. As part of Gigantic, you will be working in a close-knit office, directly assisting producers Jason Orans, Pamela Ryan and the rest of the Gigantic staff.

Gigantic Pictures works with a small group of interns who we aim to equip with the practical knowledge and skills required for many entry-level film jobs, as well as those that can be applied to their own work. Each intern’s experience is unique as we try, whenever possible, to focus intern projects on each individual’s interests, current abilities, and future aspirations. Some of our more general tasks range from creative projects, covering phones and the front desk, to completing research and script coverage, and assisting in necessary runs. In addition to working alongside the heads of Gigantic Pictures, interns also provide support for our writers, directors, and outside collaborators.

In light of COVID-19, our internship is available to both local (in-person) and remote applicants. In the event we are forced to transition to fully remote work, local applicants should be prepared to transition to a fully remote situation.

What We’re Looking For:

  • Strong writing and analytical skills that will be employed while crafting executive summaries, letters and script coverage for our director of development 
  • Organization and troubleshooting skills
  • Though significant film experience is a plus, this is a great opportunity for those who have little background in film but do possess a great attitude, and are eager to learn.

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Restless Books

Location: Remote or in-person options (Brooklyn, NY)
Role: 
Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume, cover letter, and a brief writing sample

Restless Books, a non-profit international book publisher, is seeking a qualified intern to work within and contribute to our Development department. 

Reporting to the Development Director, the Development Intern will support Restless Books’ fundraising initiatives through a variety of critical responsibilities, including — but not limited to —preparing acknowledgment letters and other correspondence, maintaining donor records, contributing to research projects, and event planning. The Development Intern will play a key role in the 2022 Spring Campaign by assisting with campaign outreach, maintaining the website, tracking donor interactions, and assisting in supporting the stewardship of donors. 

Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Assist in general donor stewardship 
  • Communicate with current and prospective donors 
  • Help maintain and update donor databases and donor page 
  • Assist in organizing day-to-day communications with donors 
  • Assist in drafting fundraising emails 
  • Assist in event planning and coordination 
  • Research projects, prospects, and initiatives 
  • Draft profiles of prospective donors 
  • Other duties as assigned 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 

  • Strong written and oral communication skills 
  • Strong research skills 
  • Strong organizational skills 
  • Experience working with databases a plus, Salesforce preferred 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, etc.) 
  • Ability to work both independently and meaningfully engage as a member of a team 
  • Discretion when dealing with sensitive issues and information 
  • An understanding of Restless Books’ programs and interest in its mission 

Commitment: 

Part-time during regular business hours (10 AM-6 PM EST); Internship will have the option to be remote and/or in-person. 

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The Times of Israel

Location: Israel (COVID-permitting) or Remote
Role: Intern
Documents needed for application: resume (including Hebrew language proficiency), cover letter, two writing samples

The Times of Israel is a Jerusalem-based online newspaper founded in 2012 to document developments in Israel, the Middle East and around the Jewish world. The Times of Israel has no partisan political affiliation. It seeks to present the news fair-mindedly and offers a wide range of analysis and opinion pieces. We also highlight developments from Jewish communities throughout the Diaspora, and thus serve as a global focal point for the Jewish world – informing and engaging members of the tribe everywhere. We aim for the site to serve as a platform for constructive debate regarding the challenges facing Israel, the region and the Jewish people. 

The Times of Israel is seeking an intern for a variety of potential projects – editorial, social media and marketing, community projects and events. The ideal candidate possesses the following qualities or background and is interested in pursuing journalism as a career:

  • Journalism experience (either through studies or previous employment)
  • A strong writing background
  • An intermediate or higher level of Hebrew

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JLens

Location: Remote
Role: Advocacy and Outreach Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume and short paragraph about your interest

JLensis a nonprofit established in 2012 to explore a Jewish lens on investing and serve as a bridge between the Jewish community and the global responsible investing arena. Responsible investing (or impact investing) describes the practice of aligning investment capital with values to achieve positive impact alongside financial return. Responsible investing is immensely popular and growing, and faith groups have a leadership role in the field.

JLens represents the Jewish community in this arena: we build long-term advocacy relationships with major corporations to move the needle on corporate behavior, and we are an active participant in the field at dozens of investor coalitions and convenings annually. JLens offers education to Jewish institutions and individuals on Jewish values and impact investing (for example, the Jewish Impact Investing Summit) and guidance for Jewish institutions who seek to align their investments with Jewish values. JLens oversees the Jewish Advocacy Strategy, a large-cap US public equity investment offering seeded by Jewish organizations.

Projects:

Scoring Companies based on 6 Jewish Value Pillars:  An intern will research the public companies held in the portfolio of JLens’ Jewish Advocacy Strategy through corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability report, news sources, etc. to update company scores based on JLens’ 6 Jewish value pillars: obligation to coexistence, obligation to society, obligation to the worker, obligation to the environment, obligation to ethical business, and support for Israel. Scoring will involve assesing environmental and diversity metrics disclosed by companies, looking into operations in Israel, and any projects or programs related to any of the pillars as discussed by the companies.

Research portfolio companies prior to engagement calls: JLens speaks regularly to the 300 companies in its portfolio and advocates on a number of issues. An intern will research company performance in areas like sustainability (emissions, emissions targets, water and waste reduction, etc.), diversity (make up of board and senior management, trainings offered, pay equity analysis, any particular programs to enhance recruitment and retention of diverse employees), operations in Israel (offices, supplier relationships, retail, etc.), human rights (supply chain due dilligence, monitoring of human trafficking, etc). When possible, interns should join company calls, take notes, and assist the Director of Advocacy with post call write ups.

Coalition Engagement: JLens works with other investors and organizations regularly surrounding various issue areas. An intern will attend calls focusing on specific issues (ex: methane emissions, health equity, climate lobbying) and represent JLens on calls, taking notes and identifying potential engagement opportunities.

Issue Area Research: There are always new issue areas emerging that JLens seeks to address. For example, recent current issues include forced Uyghur labor in the solar industry supply chains, and drug companies ensuring Covid vaccine access. An intern will attend webinars and do research on particular topics, creating short write ups about these issues to be used for JLens to identify advocacy opportunities, and further engage companies around these issues.

Communication Pieces: JLens seeks to communicate its work with investors, and the Jewish community at large. An intern will write thought pieces incorporating current research on particular issue areas, JLens engagements, and Jewish textual context to be published on the JLens blog, website, or sent out in other JLens communications.

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Murphy Research

Location: This internship will be remote, but requires residency in a state where the company already operates (CA, MN, WA, TX, NC, and DC).
Role:Recruiting Intern
Documents needed for application:
Resume and cover letter addressed to Rachel Podell, Director of Talent

Murphy Research is a full-service custom market research firm known for our innovative research design and consultative approach. We produce groundbreaking qualitative and quantitative research through our focus on creative design, rigorous execution, and enduring insights. Our team thinks out of the box, follows a steady execution process, and is empowered to produce the highest quality research product that truly matters to our clients. 

We are actively seeking a Recruiting Intern to join the Murphy Research team. In this role, you will be HR’s right hand as we recruit this year’s incoming Research Associate cohort. 

This is a great opportunity for students or recent graduates to engage your organizational, communication, and people skills while learning about talent coordination, candidate experience, employer branding, and people operations within a market research organization! 

About You: 

  • You have experience coordinating events and calendars, communicating with multiple stakeholders, and recruiting anyone to join an effort or team you care about
  • You are resourceful and a go-getter; you identify problems before they arise and take initiative to address issues appropriately and in a timely manner 
  • You are not afraid to ask questions and love to learn in the face of a challenge
  • You are detail-oriented, knowing that little things often make the biggest impact
  • You are tech-savvy and proactive when it comes to remote communication; comfort with Microsoft Outlook/365 (Email+Calendars), G Suite, and Zoom are required; bonus points for experience with any ATS or CRM. 
  • People always want you on their team because you approach every challenge with clear communication and solve problems with a positive attitude! 

What You’ll Be Doing: 

  • You will handle day-to-day administrative and coordination needs that support Recruiting, HR, and Operations 
  • You will learn and be responsible for reviewing and assessing resumes, handling candidate communication, scheduling interviews, and managing the organization and details stored in our applicant tracking systems. 
  • You will communicate daily with the Director of Talent to support recruitment coordination efforts and will serve as a resource for employees across the company with interview logistics
  • In a fast-paced environment, you will utilize communication and organizational skills to help drive our team’s efficiency 
  • You will take pride in your responsibility to facilitate a high-caliber candidate and employee experience every single day! 

What We Offer: 

  • Daily opportunity for variety, challenge, and growth 
  • A collaborative, team-oriented, and high-performing atmosphere 
  • A great learning opportunity to build skills in recruiting, communications, and coordination while gaining experience in HR and People Operations, within a market research and client service firm. 
  • Flexibility to work remotely 
  • $15-18 per hour based on experience; college credit available upon request 

Applications will be reviewed starting in November, and then on a rolling basis until filled. Ideal time frame is January – June, with flexibility for the right candidate.

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Rise Gatherings 

Location: Remote, with the opportunity to attend some in-person events.
Role: Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume and cover letter

Overview

Seeking interns interested in joining a dynamic organization dedicated to women’s empowerment. 

Rise Gatherings invites and emboldens women to grow, learn and evolve. As part of that mission, the organization has had an intern program for five years.  Rise Gatherings Interns assist with all operations of the business and have the opportunity to contribute to and learn more about business operations, marketing, communications, event planning, transformational experiences and the wellness industry –  as well as learn about themselves in the process.  This is a part-time position with an estimated work week of 5 – 10 hours.

The position will involve a range of duties to support Rise Gatherings experiences and business operations. We like to ask our interns, “what do you want to learn and what are your interests and skills?” and design an internship that meets their needs and ours.  Interns work closely with and receive mentoring and training from Rise Gatherings Co-CEO’s, Rachel Rubin and Tami Astorino, as well as all the members of the Rise Team.

We’re looking for a motivated college student or recent graduate who is curious and enthusiastic about women and wellness and who would be excited about being a part of a women’s empowerment  and retreat organization. 

Benefits and Perks:

  • Free admission and discounts for yourself and family/friends to Rise Gatherings events and experiences.
  • Have a voice and be heard with the opportunity to make a positive difference.
  • Create your own schedule.
  • Have fun with the Rise Team.

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Clinton Hill Cashmere

Location: Remote
Role: 
Marketing & Communications Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume and cover letter

About Clinton Hill Cashmere

The Clinton Hill Cashmere Company, founded by knitwear designer Rebecca Kevelson in 2017, specializes in high-end luxury cashmere yarn. Accompanying the one-of-a-kind yarn are exclusive designs with fashion forward, yet classic styling. CHCC offers exclusive knitting kits, that combined with our rich cashmere, produce high fashion garments.

Description

Clinton Hill Cashmere is looking for an energetic and self-motivated Marketing & Communications intern to join our team. If you’re an ambitious individual who wants to build a career in social media and marketing, then we want to work with you. We’re looking for a self-starter with strong interests in branding, writing, graphic design, social media, and community. As a Marketing & Communications intern, you will support existing initiatives including but not limited to social media, brand strategy, content creation, advertising campaigns, etc. To be successful, you’ll need to be able to think creatively, be self-motivated, and produce detailed work. 

Responsibilities

  • Assist with social media, marketing, and communications, including community management 
  • Assist with content creation for pr, marketing, and social media across various platforms
  • Collect and maintain a strong library of stories and photos
  • Help in the creation of email marketing campaigns
  • Work both independently and within a small but mighty team
  • Exhibit excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Content creation for various social media channels
  • Coordinate day to day PR requests
  • Manage product orders and sample requests
  • Other projects and duties to be assigned as needed

Requirements

  • Entrepreneurial spirit 
  • Exceptional communication, creative eye, attention-to-detail and coordination skills.
  • Embrace collaborative and start-up environments
  • Demonstrate leadership skills and relationship-building aptitude
  • Ready to roll up your sleeves and diligent in getting the task at hand completed
  • Know Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms inside and out and are up-to-date on latest trends
  • Graphic design experience preferred but not required
  • Interest and/or knowledge in knitting, fashion/design, social media, marketing is preferred but not required

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CORIPHERY

Location: Remote
Role: Communications & Social Media Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume

CORIPHERY Holistic Consulting Solutions is a small social impact consulting practice that promotes ‘respectful disruption’ in organizational culture and systems by challenging the status quo through audacious authenticity and putting relationships at the core of our work.  We advise senior leaders on program optimization, reimagining priorities for improved culture and efficiency, and designing transformative experiences. We also serve as a strategic thought-partner and facilitator to non-profit and educational organizations who are considering systemic or programmatic change. 

The company is offering a spring internship, with the possible opportunity for a contract extension. The Communications & Social Media Intern will support: 

  • Online customer and community engagement through social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Clubhouse)
  • Marketing strategy and design services
  • Light writing for blog shares (500-1000 word pieces)
  • Research to advance marketing and communications goals

The ideal intern is someone who has some if not most of the following qualities – and we recognize that nobody has everything!

  • Entrepreneurial spirit and a self-starter
  • Enthusiasm for growing a followership on social media platforms
  • Loves spending hours playing on digital design platforms like Canva
  • Can be professionally playful
  • Responsible and comfortable working with many different age demographics
  • Interested in learning about areas beyond their comfort zone
  • Works well with others and independently

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Location: Remote
Role: Business Development and Design Intern – paid
Documents needed for application: Resume and cover letter

CORIPHERY Holistic Consulting Solutions is a boutique social impact consulting agency that advises nonprofit, education and community organizations on program optimization, change strategy and engagement culture.

The company is offering a paid spring internship. The Business Development and Design Intern will support:

  • Development of Business profile by identifying promotional opportunities online
  • Support social media strategy with customer and community engagement through social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Clubhouse)
  • Support design services for a new product in development
  • Light writing for blog shares (500-1000 word pieces)
  • Research to advance business development goals

CORIPHERY boasts a collaborative team of consultants who each leverage their unique superpowers and contribute to dynamic and innovative results. The ideal intern is someone who has some of the following superpowers:

  • Entrepreneurial spirit and a self-starter
  • Enthusiasm for research and seeking creative solutions
  • Tenacity
  • Loves spending hours playing on digital design platforms like Canva
  • Professionally playful
  • Responsible with time
  • Excellent with attention to detail
  • Editorial and editing skills for preparing written work
  • Comfort working with many different age demographics
  • Interested in learning about new topics, skills and tools beyond their comfort zone
  • Works well independently and remotely

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Global Jewish Pen Pal Program

Location: Remote
Role: Communications and Social Media Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume and a 3-5 sentence paragraph about why you want to intern for the Global Jewish Pen Pal Program.

The Global Jewish Pen Pal Program matches Jews from around the world as pen pals in order to help people learn more about Jewish life in other countries. The goal of the Global Jewish Pen Pal Program is to remedy the lack of connections between Jews from all over the world, specifically between Jews in different parts of the diaspora. We supplement the experience that people have communicating with their pen pals through a variety of online events for the Global Jewish Pen Pal Program participants.

The Communications & Social Media Intern will be responsible for assisting in a range of marketing initiatives within the Global Jewish Pen Pal Program. Responsibilities will include:

  • Brainstorm ideas and create posts for the Global Jewish Pen Pal Program social media accounts, to improve engagement and outreach (Facebook, Instagram)
  • Design various advertising materials (e.g., social media banners, flyers, etc.)
  • Research and write pieces for the Global Jewish Pen Pal Program blog

Qualities and qualifications:

  • Enthusiasm for growing a followership on social media platforms
  • Loves spending hours playing on digital design platforms like Canva
  • Works well with others and independently
  • Excited to help a start-up organization grow
  • Creative mindset
  • Likes writing and graphic design

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M&H Promotions

Location: Remote
Role: Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume

M&H Promotions is a full-service advertising specialties company offering a wide range of promotional items to promote companies.

The Website Maintenance Intern will work on getting the website cleaned up and modernized, as well as assisting with social media accounts. This is a spring internship with the potential to turn into a year-round opportunity. The intern will gain electronic and web marketing skills and the ability to work closely with a small team and participate in many parts of running a small business.

Required skills: 

Basic computer skills and website/social media experience. 

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Nourishing the Soul Workshops

Location: Remote
Role: Web Design, Social Media and Communications Interns
Documents needed for application: Resume and cover letter.

NTS is a national non-profit organization providing spiritual educational workshops, adolescent curricula and leadership training to organizations, schools, and religious institutions. NTS virtual and in-person programs engage adults, teens and seniors in deep conversation that connects our actions, relationships and everyday reality to the richness and diversity of Jewish thought and tradition.

NTS Spring Interns will be part of a collaborative team that offers rare opportunities for professional growth, access and mentoring with an inside look at building a change-making non-profit.

Interns will support: 

  • Web design/CRM: Both creative and back-end website management
  • Social Media/Marketing strategy and design for community engagement (Facebook, LinkedIn). 
  • Video editing of past workshops for marketing use.
  • Light Writing/Editing of curricula and marketing pieces
  • Research to advance new programs and potential collaborations

The ideal NTS interns have a combination of:

  • Creativity, passion and a willingness to try new things
  • Self-motivation and ability to multi-task and focus on details
  • Desire to grow and support others in their growth 
  • Joy in creating content for websites or social media platforms
  • Enthusiasm for working collaboratively and taking responsibility for projects
  • Comfort with the idea of Jewish Spiritual Workshops 
  • Ability to both work well with others and independently

The NTS Virtual Internship will include weekly individualized supervision and a weekly Zoom collaborative gathering with the team. You be supported to manage your time in a way that works best for you.

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Ramah Day Camp in Philadelphia

Location: Philadelphia, PA
Role: Communications Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume and cover letter

About Ramah Day Camp

Ramah Day Camp provides a warm and nurturing environment for campers to explore their interests and talents in a Jewish environment, designed to foster strong social connections and promote the development of each camper. Ramah Day Camp enjoys a beautiful outdoor campus as well as spacious, air-conditioned indoor facilities. Our days are packed with a wide variety of exciting, fun, activities including sports, swim, creative and performing arts, nature, outdoor adventure programs, and more. Ramah Day Camp campers make new friends, learn new skills, and create memories that last a lifetime.

Internship Description

RDC is looking for an energetic, enthusiastic, and self-motivated Communications intern to join our summer staff. If you’re excited about working with campers and staff of all ages, interested in a career in communications and/or marketing, then we want you! As a Communications Intern, you would be tasked with sending out emails to families, taking photos/videos throughout the summer, and you would be in charge of running our social media pages. We’re looking for a creative self-motivator to document and show the social media world the wonders of Ramah Day Camp!

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Pelham Jewish Center

Location: Pelham Manor, NY (in-person)
Role: Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume and cover letter

Description 

The Pelham Jewish Center is looking for a qualified intern to join our Religious School team. Our Religious School is called the “Learning Center”, a small and vibrant learning community. Classes meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-6 PM at our Synagogue, located at 451 Esplanade, Pelham Manor, NY. 

We are seeking an intern who can provide one-on-one assistance to a second grade student with developmental issues. This intern should be prepared to work in a small classroom, create connections and learn from our veteran teachers. The intern will enjoy our caring and loving work environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of special education and Jewish education as well. 

Responsibilities 

  • Support a 7 year-old student in the Kitah Bet classroom 
  • Assist the student with understanding instructions, reading and writing the Hebrew letters, participating in classroom activities, processing information. 
  • Maintain contact with the student’s family if needed 
  • Track the student’s progress and communicate with the teacher, educator director, and/or family if necessary 
  • Show up on Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 4:00 PM, to welcome the student into class and remain next to the student for the duration of class, until 6:00 PM. 

Requirements 

  • Undergraduate student in New York or Westchester majoring in Education, Early Childhood, Special Education, Psychology, Jewish Studies, Social Work, or a related area 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
  • Driven and hard-working
  • Ability to take direction and multi-task 
  • Ability to take initiative and be a team player

Benefits 

  • Practical experience with current Jewish education strategies
  • Shadowing, mentoring, and training opportunities with successful Jewish education professionals 
  • Opportunity to participate in synagogue events and school meetings

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MERCAZ USA (in partnership with MERCAZ CANADA)

Location: Remote
Documents needed for application: Resume and cover letter

About MERCAZ USA

MERCAZ USA is the United States branch of MERCAZ OLAMI, the Zionist organization of the Masorti (Conservative) Movement. MERCAZ represents Masorti Judaism within the World Zionist Organization and Congress, the Jewish Agency for Israel, the American Zionist Movement, and the Jewish National Fund. MERCAZ is the force that advocates for the pluralistic streams of Judaism in Israel through the World Zionist Congress, which is crucial to our movement’s growth in Israel and around the globe.

Our mission is to further the cause for true religious pluralism in Israel and strengthen the connection between, and create engagement opportunities for, the people of Israel and Jews living in the Diaspora. MERCAZ USA is proud to be the sponsor of ‘Masorti on Campus,’ supporting Masorti activities on college/university campuses, and programs such as ‘Mercaz Reads Israel,’ an online book club connecting Diaspora Jews to Israeli authors.

We are looking for a college student who is passionate about Israel, though not necessarily in full agreement with all government policies, to join our small team. Our focus is on creating virtual programs that will provide an opportunity for North American Conservative/Masorti Jews to better understand Israel and Israelis by looking beyond the headlines, recognizing that our reactions to specific policies/events are influenced by our vantage point.  The Program Intern will be responsible for helping to identify new target populations as well as working on MERCAZ Reads Israel (our book club) and helping to develop a new program series entitled Today’s Zionist: Conflicted Yet Committed – a multi-session series dealing with issues of concern to North Americans.                                                           

Responsibilities

  • Developing Israel Programs that will resonate with various North American cohort groups
  • Identifying new audiences
  • Setting up logistics from programs – scheduling speakers, publicity, etc.  
  • Creating social media presence

Requirements

  • Israel Experience, preferably on a long-term (at least 4 – 6 month) program
  • Strong working knowledge of North American Conservative/Masorti Community
  • Good time management skills
  • Highly organized + self starter 
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

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Perelman Jewish Day School

Location: In-person
Role: Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume and cover letter.

At Perelman Jewish Day School, we teach our kids to think differently. We encourage them to interpret, reason and see the world through an integrated dual language curriculum. In an atmosphere rich with Jewish culture, our teachers inspire children to understand, embrace, and take pride in the knowledge, faith and values of their own heritage while respecting diverse cultures, lifestyles and beliefs. 

We encourage children to understand ethics, morals and values through a Jewish lens. Our program is responsive to the learning style and the social, emotional and intellectual development of each student. At Perelman, the curriculum reflects our mandate to help children grow into caring adults who truly embrace and understand their obligation to Tikkun Olam, repairing the world. Social responsibility is a continuous and powerful part of everything we do. 

The Ramah Internship is available from May 2 – June 17, 2022 at the school’s Wynnewood, PA campus. A Ramah intern at Perelman will have a variety of opportunities to develop formal and informal educational skills while working with 

our students. The intern will join a grade-level faculty team to assist in daily activities and to plan special holiday programs, grade level events and Gesher (fifth grade graduation). 

We hope to mentor a madrich/a or Rosh Aidah who is passionate about Jewish education and Jewish life. Knowledge of Hebrew language, Israeli music, dance and culture is particularly useful as is programming experience – and the ability to work in a team is essential. School days begin at 8:00 AM and end at 3:45 PM. A full letter of recommendation will be provided to interns successfully completing the program at Perelman.

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Reagan Presidential Library

Location: Most likely remote
Role:
Education Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume (including GPA and major), cover letter, and writing sample(s).

As a Presidential Library administered by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the Reagan Library, under the authority of the Presidential Records Act, is the repository of the presidential records for President Reagan’s administration.

Situation Room Experiences are technically integrated role-playing crisis simulations. In these high-intensity, collaborative decision-making scenarios, information moves quickly and every individual choice has consequences. Because participant input shapes the experience, no simulation is ever the same.

The education intern will work with the Situation Room Experience team to administer our in-person and virtual simulations. Interns will gain valuable experience with teacher workshops, lesson plan research and relevant social media and blog postings.

Knowledge and Background:

  • We are looking for a student who loves history, civics, and education. This student must enjoy working with original archival documents and a variety of audiences including students ages 6-60 plus. 
  • Social media and writing skills are a big plus!
  • Administrative duties include occasional data entry, emailing and phone banking.

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Masorti on Campus

Location: Remote
Role: Special Projects Intern
Documents needed for application: Resume and cover letter

About Masorti On Campus 

Masorti On Campus was launched in the summer of 2013 as a grassroots, student-led movement. Its mission is to provide for the needs of traditional-egalitarian Jewish campus communities. Building on the 23 year legacy of KOACH, USCJ’s college outreach program, we were able to continue the important mission of supporting these communities across North America. With the support of The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) and anonymous funding, 2014 saw the inaugural student leadership shabbaton (weekend retreat). The annual shabbaton is now our signature program, aimed at sharing best practices by bringing students together with skilled educators and professionals in the field. 

In 2018 we entered into a fiscal partnership with MERCAZ USA, The Movement to Reaffirm Conservative Zionism Inc. Together we are working to foster strong pluralistic communities, built on shared Jewish values, devotion to social justice, and dedication to community and Israel.

Description

We are looking for a hard-working, self-starting college student to join our small (but mighty) team. We are particularly interested in better understanding the current scope of Masorti/ Conservative/Traditional-Egalitarian college campus communities. The Special Projects Intern will be responsible for co-designing and implementing the 2022 Masorti Campus Census. Survey analysis is also possible, as timing allows. Alongside the President/Co-Founder, the intern will also lead the effort to document information regarding student and professional leadership of campus communities. Opportunities for using any of this work in senior theses, honors projects, etc. are a possibility and can be discussed if interested. 

Responsibilities

  • Collecting data on current campus communities 
  • Vertifying and organizing existing database and listserv  
  • Creating and distributing the 2022 Masorti Campus Census
  • Working with other Masorti On Campus and Mercaz USA team members as needed 
  • Meeting with our research consultant to learn more about survey design and methodology 

Requirements 

  • Good time management skills
  • Highly organized + self starter 
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills 
  • Proficient with Google Workspace 
  • Prior research experience a plus

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Utica Blue Sox ALL SPOTS FILLED
Location: Remote
Role: Several opportunities
Documents needed for application: Resume

The Utica Blue Sox are a collegiate summer baseball team that competes in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League in Upstate New York. Players come from across the country to play in Utica and the PGCBL. The Utica Blue Sox internship program gives college students who aspire to work in sports the opportunity to get hands-on experience with all aspects of a baseball organization. This program is open to all students who are looking to work in the sports industry. An internship with the Blue Sox enables students to gain up close and personal experience that they would not get with a larger organization.

Remote Internship opportunities include:

  • Staff Writer
  • Social Media
  • Marketing and Sales
  • Statistics and Data

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