Volunteer Opportunity, Corps Member with Jewish Service Corps
Date Posted: February 13, 2024
New York City, Chicago, New Orleans, and Washington D.C.

The Jewish Service Corps is an immersive service year program for individuals ages 21-26 who are passionate about social justice and ready to engage in a pluralistic Jewish community.

Corps Members live and learn together in intentional, pluralistic communal homes in Chicago, New Orleans, New York, and Washington, DC. Additionally, Self-identified Jews of Color (JOCs) have the opportunity to participate in the JOC Bayit. The JOC Bayit is an affinity space within the Jewish Service Corps designed to nurture the leadership and well-being of Jews of Color. Depending on interest year-to-year, the JOC Bayit takes the form of either a physical communal living option in NYC or a non-residential Bayit across Service Corps cities. While they deepen their social justice framework through experiential programming and values-driven community building, Corps Members serve directly at local organizations tackling crucial social and economic justice issues.

Corps Members graduate with a year of meaningful, on-the-ground job experience and robust professional and personal development, joining our active 1,500+ alumni network of Jewish social justice professionals and activists who will continue to support their future careers and serve as their Jewish community.

Apply by the February 28th general deadline! For more information click here.