The Jewish Organizing Fellowship is a professional development opportunity for Jewish young adults (21-30) to become a full-time community organizer for a social justice organization, explore their Jewish identity together, and grow as leaders in pursuit of social justice.
This highly competitive year-long paid fellowship is open to Jewish young adults who have campus or professional experience working for social justice and are interested in systemic change and community building. The fellowship is also open to young people who hold organizing jobs and are seeking training, mentoring, and support.
We are now accepting applications for the 2013-2014 Fellowship class. Click here for more information on the Fellowship and application process. The deadline is May 8th.
Call (617) 350-9994 ext 202 or email Helen Bennett with any questions.