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 for the 2024-2025 program year are now open! Apply by the February 28th general deadline.
The Avodah Justice Fellowship convenes cohorts of early-career professionals working on social and economic issues for eight months of intensive learning, mentorship, and community-building in an inclusive Jewish framework. Applications are now closed for the 2023-2024 program year. Sign up below to get notified when applications for the next cycle open.
The Avodah Institute for Social Change trains Jewish leaders from across the Jewish professional sector in social change work to transform the culture of American Jewish life. This work responds both to the timeless Jewish imperative to pursue justice and the current moment when Jewish organizations nationally have expressed a heightened concern with creating an equitable and inclusive society.