Internships, Jobs & Opportunities

At Elon Hillel, we create connections for our Jewish students to summer jobs and internship opportunities, programs in the Jewish community, opportunities in Israel, and post-graduate jobs and internships.

It is part of the mission of Jewish Life to prepare students for life beyond college as leaders and community members, and the team is available as mentors, coaches, and advisors to our community.

We regularly publish job opportunities, internships, and scholarship opportunities in our weekly newsletter, the Hillel Happenings.

In addition, here are some  great resources for jobs, internships, programs, scholarships, and study opportunities:

Organizations that offer Jewish jobs and internships:

  • Amir is seeking young adults with a passion for education and food justice for its summer fellowship. Amir Farmers run educational programming at one of our 30+ summer camp partners across North America, using gardens pace as a medium for inspiring youth to serve their communities. Farmers come together at the beginning of the summer for a week-long Seminar to learn the nuts and bolts of gardening, as well as how to leverage Amir’s curriculum.
  • Masa Israel offers a wide range of programs such as gap year, study abroad, volunteering, and post-grad opportunities.
  • Ziering Brandeis Collegiate Institute offers a 26-day program where students will be engaged through artistic exploration, spiritual reflection, outdoor exploration, and trans-denominational learning. Young Jewish adults from all over the world can engage in Jewish learning, arts, culture and an exploration of community and self.
  • JScreen is looking for paid student interns, with a bonus available for students who successfully coordinate an on-campus genetic screening event. The expectation is to create awareness about JScreen and the importance of Jewish genetic screening on campus through online and on-the-ground efforts.
  • The Onward Israel Hillel International Internship Program will help participants develop their professional future and build their resume through a high-level internship side-by-side with Israeli peers. This tailor-made, Jerusalem-based internship program provides students the work experience based on skills, interests and future plans.
  • URJ 6 Points Specialty Camp is seeking college students with an interest in science and technology, visual or performing arts, or sports and athletics to serve on our summer staff. We are looking for students to serve in a variety of positions, including counselors, photographers, communication team members, leadership team members, and logistics team members.
  • Bertha Anolic Visual Arts Israel Travel Award. $2,000 will be awarded to a Jewish student who has a particular interest in the visual arts and in Israel, to explore and develop their artistic interest through an independent study trip to Israel. Any Jewish student (undergraduate junior, senior, or graduate level), studying in a Jewish studies college program, department of fine arts, or an academically accredited art school is eligible to apply.
  • The Helen Diller Institute’s Global Internship Program in Haifa, Israel. Students are guaranteed at least $5,000 and a weekly stipend to experience an NGO internship or research opportunity based on their interests or career aspirations. Academic credit via two courses and weekly curated field trips throughout the country are also included. Please contact Matthew Gordan for more information or get notified when the application opens.

Post-Graduate Internships, Jobs, and Programs

  • Israel Teaching Fellows is an elite fellowship that places outstanding college graduates in Israel’s underserved communities to teach English as part of a 10-month service-learning program. Israel Teaching Fellows is heavily subsidized by Israel’s Ministry of Education and Masa Israel, making the total cost to participants only $1,000, including flight, housing, medical insurance and a monthly stipend designed to cover food expenses.
  • BINA Gap Year offers two tracks: Service Year (Shnat Sherut) and BINA LEAP Year (Mechina). Our Service Year offers the opportunity to be a part of a joint group of Israelis and English speakers who spend their year with a unique focus on community work and volunteering in South Tel Aviv. While Our LEAP Mechina is more learning-focused and offers the chance to travel to the San Francisco Bay Area to explore Jewish peoplehood, learning, and social action in the diaspora alongside your Israeli peers.
  • Institute of Southern Jewish Life Program Associates is a two-year experience in Jewish communal services and leadership skills. Fellows will work to create a common body of Jewish knowledge through activities such as traveling twice a month to Jewish communities across the south, leading Shabbat and holiday services, organizing and directing an annual education conference, and helping teachers to implement a comprehensive religious school curriculum. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
  • IMPACT: Emerging Leaders Fellowship by the World Union of Jewish Students and B’nai B’rith International is a virtual fellowship program for Jewish students and young professionals worldwide. Throughout the six-month program fellows gain advocacy, diplomacy and civic engagement skills, expand their knowledge and become effective change-makers in their communities and the broader public sphere. Participants interact with high-level policy makers, NGOs and industry experts on issues ranging from anti-Semitism on campus and online, to media polarization, Holocaust remembrance and genocide prevention, Israel engagement, coalition building and Jewish pluralism and diversity.
  • Avodah: The Jewish Service Corps – Spend a year in the Jewish Service Corps working at a leading anti-poverty nonprofit in Chicago, New Orleans, New York, or Washington, DC. Our Corps Members live and learn together in a supportive, pluralistic community at the crossroads of justice and Jewish life.  Join us to build the foundations for careers, Jewish community, and lifelong activism in social and economic justice movements.
  • Repair the World Fellowship is looking for courageous, innovative and compassionate leaders who want to spend 11 months accelerating their professional networks and personal growth while addressing social inequity through meaningful service and recruiting the Jewish community to volunteer alongside them. Think you have what it takes? Apply now.
  • The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism in Washington, DC, is hiring for their 2023-2024 Eisendrath Legislative Assistant Fellowship. This is a wonderful opportunity for college seniors/recent graduates interested in Judaism and social justice. The application deadline is March 5, 2023.