Lobby at the Capitol: Engage directly with state legislators, making a real impact on California's policies and initiatives.
Network with Leaders: Connect with students from all over California and Jewish leaders, fostering valuable relationships for the future.
Develop Advocacy Skills: Learn effective strategies to become influential change-makers in public policy.
Enhance Resumes: Gain hands-on civic engagement experience, enriching their professional profiles and future opportunities.
Amplify Campus Voices: Serve as liaisons, elevating your campus's concerns and issues to a larger platform.
About JPAC: The Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California (JPAC) is a non-partisan coalition of Jewish organizations representing a broad array of Jewish community relations, human service, educational, and social justice organizations. JPAC advocates on behalf of Jewish communities across California, making a significant impact on public policy issues that matter most.
Our first meeting will take place via Zoom on December 7, 2023, at 4:00 pm and will follow monthly meetings culminating in joining us at the Sacramento Capitol Summit May 14-15.
Attend a two-day gathering in Sacramento on May 14-15 to engage with influential lawmakers and activists. Participate in direct lobbying, exclusive networking with officials and leaders, and benefit from scholarships covering registration, hotel and flight costs to Sacramento for students.
Help bring the fastest growing Jewish media brand, Unpacked, to your campus! You’ll be promoting new podcasts, videos and socials that break down the sometimes complicated stories that you care about. Whether it’s about Israel, antisemitism or just being Jewish, we’ve got it covered. All we are asking is for help distributing promotional materials 2-3 times per semester. Student interns will receive a $250 stipend per semester. Interested in applying? Contact Marketing@jewishunpacked.com to learn more.
Now that the Jewish new year has begun, won’t you help make a difference in a Bay Area kid’s life?
By devoting one hour or more each week, JCL tutors are helping children in grades K-5 who are attending underserved local public schools to develop their literacy skills and bounce back from three years of massive educational and social disruption caused by the pandemic. The current need for tutors exceeds the number of volunteers.
Pell and Manovill University Fellows support Holocaust Center programming, create innovative lesson plans, mentor students, form relationships with Holocaust and genocide survivors, and lead engaging discussions.
These prestigious fellowships are paid positions, October – June. Course credit may be available upon completion.
Please note that this form is NOT an application. Please complete the form and a member of the JFCS Holocaust Center staff will follow up soon. Thank you!
Sunday School Teachers Needed at Temple Israel of Alameda
Temple Israel of Alameda is looking for Sunday School teachers. The job is Sundays only, 9:30-11:30- No experience required, no Hebrew needed. The only requirements is a willingness to learn and the desire to work with children of all ages. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
Berkeley Moshav: A Jewish cohousing community
Are you curious about living… - In a truly interconnected community, with - Neighbors of all ages, from kids to seniors, while - Celebrating Jewish culture and tradition?
Then check out Berkeley Moshav, the first urban Jewish cohousing community! Cohousing is a form of intentional community, with private homes and ample shared spaces, where residents know each other well, enjoy shared meals a couple times per week, and form a neighborhood infused with connection and belonging. It’s a great place to raise kids or age in place! Currently in development and inviting new members, Berkeley Moshav puts a Jewish twist on the cohousing model, rooting our community in Jewish tradition and values. To learn more, visit berkeleymoshav.org, where you sign up for one of our online information sessions.
BBYO Chapter Excellence Internship
Interns will support multiple chapters by helping them plan programs, communicate with their members and the community, run effective meetings, and develop leadership skills! We are looking for interns who are at least college juniors or equivalent (in their 3rd year post-high school or beyond) and welcome graduate students, early graduates seeking part-time experiences This internship is in-person and open to BBYO alumni or anyone who is interested in supporting the order. As a leader in the Jewish community, I was hoping you could provide recommendations for people who might be interested in this internship. I have attached an information flyer and am including the link to apply! https://bbyo.org/about-us/careers-detail/?gh_jid=5109228
Repair the World Service Corps Fall 2023
Repair the World Service Corps program mobilizes young adults ages 18-29 to invest both in their communities and themselves through the lens of Jewish values. Corps members will spend a minimum of 5 hours per week volunteering with local service partners over the course of the 12 week program and get together with their local cohort for learning, service and social activities. Program participants are eligible to receive a $1,250 stipend over the course of the program, one payment at the mid-point and one at the end of the program. Apply here for the Service Corps Application Fall 2023.
Young Adult Leadership Council
Apply for the Young Adult Leadership Council! JFCS brings together people in their 20s and early 30s who are interested in honing their leadership skills, participating in direct service projects, learning about populations in need, and delving deeper into the character traits that make up a Jewish leader. Over 10 sessions (September-November 2023) we will focus on leadership skill building, social issues in the Bay Area and beyond, and how they are addressed by Jewish Family and Children’s Services. The program will culminate in a group service project aimed at supporting the work of one or more JFCS departments through direct service. For more information, contact Tamar Zaken, Director of Community Outreach email@example.com.
CreatorClub is a supportive community dedicated to US-based content creators between the ages of 16 and 25, united by their shared passion for Israel that transcends politics. This exclusive program aims to foster collaboration, champion one another's work, and promote positive, non-political content about Israel. We are actively seeking young leaders who are eager to embrace this cause and spread their creative wings.
Participants accepted into CreatorClub will receive a host of incredible benefits, including expert training, personalized coaching, a generous stipend, and invaluable connections with organizations seeking content creators. This is their chance to refine their brand persona, optimize their social media presence for greater visibility, and make a meaningful impact through creative expressions.
Front Desk Department of Equity and Community Inclusion at SFSU
The Department of Equity and Community Inclusion at SFSU looking for someone who will be able to help with staffing their front desk, work on promotional materials, and serve as a representative of the office. The position is only open to students with Federal Work Study – if anyone is unsure of whether they are eligible, the Office of Student Financial Aid can help. Any applications should include a cover letter and resume, which can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Job pays $15/hour.