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Community Postings

Check out events, jobs, and other info from community organizations. Want to get something added here? Email our Program Associate, Hannah, at

Post Grad Jobs in the Jewish World
As you start to look for jobs and fellowships after graduation,  check out some amazing options in the Jewish world! There are many opportunities around the world in a variety of fields, click here to be brought to some options, and reach out to any Hillel staff member to chat.

Songleader Position at Temple Isaiah
Temple Isaiah in Lafayette, California is seeking a Songleader to start in August or September 2024. Temple Isaiah is more than a synagogue – it is a vibrant Jewish Neighborhood of 1000 member households, a Reform synagogue in the suburbs of the Bay Area. Temple Isaiah’s songleader will collaborate with Temple Isaiah’s Cantor & Rabbis in creating a cohesive musical and prayer vision that builds bridges in music-related programming among Gan Ilan (preschool), JQuest (religious school), and our congregation at large.  This is a salaried half-time position (approx. 20 hours/week), with compensation in the range of $33,000-$38,000 for the year. Temple Isaiah is a vibrant community, and this is a unique opportunity for learning, leadership, and growth in an exciting Reform Jewish environment! Find more info and apply here!

Communications and Program Coordinator for the Montana Jewish Project
The Montana Jewish Project (MJP) is a Helena-based 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to fostering Jewish life across Montana, preserving our historic (1891) Jewish building that serves as a statewide Jewish community center, countering rising antisemitism, conducting interfaith outreach, and pursuing partnerships with like-minded organizations to fulfill our key value of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world). This position offers the opportunity to play a vital role in growing this young nonprofit in beautiful Montana. As a new organization, MJP has diverse needs, ranging from daily operations to developing fundraising messages to helping with event planning to writing and social media strategies to grant-writing and other needs. This position reports directly to the Executive Director. This is a full-time, in-person, salaried position. Find more info and apply here.

Religious School Teacher at Temple Beth Abraham
Looking for several teachers at Temple Beth Abraham in Oakland for our parttime Tuesday/Thursday religious school. Each session is 2 hours long – 4-6 pm. Three positions only meet one day a week. We are a Conservative synagogue and our school is dedicated to giving children a broad Jewish education which includes proficiency in Hebrew decoding and prayer. All positions involve teaching and polishing Hebrew reading. We have two t’fillah positions available which involve teaching students to chant the prayers of our Shabbat services. We provide training to help improve skills both in t’fillah and Judaic Studies positions. Currently we need a 3rd grade teacher (T/Th – both days), 5th grade t’fillah teacher (Thursdays only), and a 2nd-6th grade t’fillah teacher for a larger class (Thursdays only). There is a possibility that we will also need a 2nd grade teacher – that class only meets on Tuesdays. Apply by emailing

Preschool Director at Beth Jacob
Are you a kind, warm, and enthusiastic early childhood educator? We are seeking a dynamic and experienced individual to serve as the Director for our Gan Mah Tov (lit. “Really Good Preschool”) Infant/Toddler and Preschool programs, which serves children up to 5 years of age. The Director, who reports to the Beth Jacob Congregation Board President, will play a pivotal role in shaping the educational experience of young children within a nurturing Jewish environment. Find more information here about the job description and application!

Teach Religious School at Beth Chaim Congregation
Beth Chaim Congregation in Danville is seeking two dynamic, spiritually-alive teachers to join our Sunday Beit Midrash as our 5th and 6th grade teachers. Our program is a high energy, camp-like atmosphere that values Jewish community building above all else. Each of our educators creates curriculum that utilizes Jewish teachings in a creative and interactive way to help our students utilize Jewish traditions to navigate their lives.The 5th grade curriculum is focused on Jewish history. The 6th grade curriculum is a nature-based curriculum where students go out into the wilderness to learn skills such as fire making, plant medicine, etc. There will be ample training and support for both positions! Find more info and apply here!

Religious School Teacher at Temple Israel of Alameda
Temple Israel of Alameda is seeking jewish educators who are dependable, energetic, and are looking to deepen Jewish knowledge for themselves and their students. We take a student-centric, community oriented approach to learning. This position is for the 2024/2025 school year, Sundays 9:30-11:30am. The pay range is between $40-60 per hour. Find more information here and reach out to Jennifer Levine at with any questions.

Museum of Jewish Heritage/JewishGen Fellowship
Apply to the JewishGen Future Scholars Fellowship, an incredible program that provides a unique and enriching experience for students who are passionate about preserving and promoting Jewish family history and heritage. This fully funded program (save for a registration fee) will take place in Poland for 10 days this summer, and offers participants a transformative opportunity to learn about the history of Jews in Poland, how communal memory is preserved, how Jewish historical and genealogical sites are being preserved, and culminating with an opportunity to clean-up a Jewish cemetery. Find more information and apply here.

Join the KAHAL Abroad Network
KAHAL at JDC Entwine is here to connect Jewish students to local Jewish communities while they are studying or interning abroad. Whether you are looking for holiday celebrations, shabbat dinners, or just social connections with other Jewish students, we can make those connections so that you can have a supportive community wherever you are in the world. Engage with us however much and however often you wish – our resources are free, and students do not have to commit to anything when they get in touch. Connect with us here!

Join BBYO as a Summer 2024 Madrichim Staff
BBYO (B’nai B’rith Youth Organization) is hiring for several summer positions for college students. Serve as a role model for participants as a young Jewish adult and an exemplary BBYO alum, translating past BBYO experiences into learning opportunities for participants. Display how the AZA and BBG movement meaningfully expands beyond high school years. Learn more about the positions, requirements, and details, and apply here!