As community organizers, we believe that relationships between individuals and organizations are truly instrumental in creating effective change in the world. By working together, we can better reach our common goals. Learn more about our programs:
Jewish Organizing Fellowship
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.
Seminary Leadership Project
The Seminary Leadership Project provides rabbinical, cantorial and education students in all denominations at seminaries across the country with organizing and leadership development training, internship opportunities, and mentorship with rabbis and organizers engaged in synagogue organizing.
The field of Jewish community organizing is growing rapidly. However, as practitioners in this field, we have not yet come together to share wisdom, build connections, find partners, and plan for the future. JOIN for Justice’s National Summit will convene the leaders in this field for training, networking and other learning opportunities.