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Repair the World!

Wednesday, February 22, 2023 1 Adar 5783

12:00 PM - 9:00 PM


Repair the World!

Apply or nominate someone for Repair the World's Service Corps by February 22

Applications are open for Repair the World's Service Corps in Atlanta, Bay Area, Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and Pittsburgh. Apply or nominate someone to become a corps member before 11:59 P.M. local time on Wednesday, February 22.

Are you an 18-29 year old who is ready to show up for their neighbors and live your Jewish value of action and learning, na'aseh v'nishma? When you join the part-time, stipended* service corps, you are a part of a national Jewish service movement dedicated to meeting pressing local needs and making a meaningful impact.

*Corps members are eligible to earn up to $1,500 with additional funding available through the Economic Access Fund for corps members who have been impacted by injustice. Click to Learn More.

Looking for a career in Jewish service?

Check out two opportunities below.


Hillel's Springboard Fellowship

Application closes on February 17


Hillel is looking for recent college grads to make Jewish campus life more engaging and inclusive for college students. The Hillel International Springboard Fellowship is a full-time position, providing early-career professional with an opportunity to flex their creativity, hone their skills, and galvanize Jewish change at Hillels across North America.

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Repair the World Fellowship

Application now open until March 20


Repair's fellowship is a paid two-year, full time professional position for young adults ages 21-26 who are passionate about mobilizing Jews and their communities to serve. Based in one of eight communities throughout the United States, fellows are salaried staff at Repair while serving with local partner organizations and learning the ins and outs of working at a non-profit, developing their outreach, and event planning skills, facilitating meaningful service rooted in Jewish learning and building bridges across lines of difference.

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Repair the World mobilizes Jews and their communities to take action to pursue a just world, igniting a lifelong commitment to service. 

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