Jewish Organizing Fellowship

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Thank you for your interest in the Jewish Organizing Fellowship. The next Fellowship year will run in-person in Boston, MA, beginning January 2022 through December 2022.

Applications are Closed

Want to be added to the interest list for next year? Please fill out this form and we can add your name and contact information to notify you when applications open for the 2023-2024 cohort year. 

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We are seeking courageous and dynamic justice-seekers who are eager to be part of a movement for social change in our country. Sound like you? Read on…

JOIN for Justice’s Jewish Organizing Fellowship is recruiting for our year-long, paid community organizing training program in Boston. The Fellowship trains Jewish young adults (ages 21-30) to organize communities to effectively fight against structural injustice and inequality. JOIN supports candidates in finding paid jobs as community organizers, or partners with their existing organizing jobs

We seek Fellows who are eager to explore the connections between their unique Jewish identities and working for social change. We also seek to build a community in which all Jews, including Jews of Color, Jews with disabilities, Jews from working-class backgrounds, and transgender and gender non-conforming Jews find a supportive environment that is focused on their leadership. JOIN actively recruits and supports Jews with these identities as part of our commitment to work against oppression and center the leadership of people with marginalized identities both within and beyond our organization. You can learn more about the Fellowship and application process here. To suggest a candidate for the Fellowship email

JOIN is thrilled to be offering the second year of the Empower Fellowship. The Empower Fellowship is a track within the Jewish Organizing Fellowship for Jews who self-identify as people with disabilities, disabled, or differently-abled. Learn more here.

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