We offer two primary programs to advance your social justice leadership. Read below to make sure you apply to the right one for you.

Jewish Service Corps

Our Jewish Service Corps places young adults ages 21-26 into a year of full-time service at leading nonprofits in Chicago, New York, New Orleans, and Washington, DC. Corps Members live together as a community and participate in weekly educational programs to deepen their understanding of domestic poverty and explore their work through the lens of Jewish tradition. Applications are currently open and rolling, and the next application cutoff is March 27th at 11:59pm, ET.

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Jewish Service Corps

Our Jewish Service Corps places young adults ages 21-26 into a year of full-time service at leading nonprofits in Chicago, New York, New Orleans, and Washington, DC. Corps Members live together as a community and participate in weekly educational programs to deepen their understanding of domestic poverty and explore their work through the lens of Jewish tradition. Applications are currently open and rolling, and the next application cutoff is February 27th at 11:59pm, ET.

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Avodah Justice Fellowship

The Avodah Justice Fellowship convenes cohorts of early-career professionals working on social and economic issues for nine months of intensive learning, mentorship, and community-building in an inclusive Jewish framework. Applications for the Avodah Justice Fellowship are currently closed. Stay tuned for information about our next cohort, or email [email protected] for more information on the Avodah Justice Fellowship.

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Avodah JUSTICE Fellowship

The Avodah Justice Fellowship convenes cohorts of early-career professionals working on social and economic issues for nine months of intensive learning, mentorship, and community-building in an inclusive Jewish framework. Applications for the Avodah Justice Fellowship are currently closed. Stay tuned for information about our next cohort, or email [email protected] for more information on the Avodah Justice Fellowship.

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