Internship, Job, & Volunteer Opportunities
On this page you will find an extensive list of job, volunteer, and internship opportunities that are available in our community, through our partners, and around the world. This page will continually be updates, as such we encourage you to check back here frequently for updates. If you would like to advertise on this page please contact the Assistant Director, Jennifer Stone, at
Hillel at Binghamton is excited to offer the opportunity to become a BICEP Birthright Israel (BRI) Fellow for the 2020-2021 Academic Year. As a BICEP Fellow, you will be expected to plan at least two bus socials for upcoming Birthright Israel participants for the summer 2021 trip, and two Israel programs for potential future participants and the Hillel at Binghamton community. Additionally, you will be charged with helping to actively recruit students from SUNY Binghamton to attend a Summer 2021 Birthright trip with Hillel at Binghamton. A monetary stipend of $750 is allocated as compensation for each BICEP Fellow, with an opportunity for additional compensation dependent on participant recruitment. The internship requires 5 hours a week during the spring semester, with a training session at the end of Fall Semester.
Are you a freelance writer looking to highlight the work of the leading philanthropic organization for Israel?
Jewish National Fund-USA (JNF-USA) seeks expressions of interest from freelance writers who can draft news articles about the organization’s events, lay leaders, and projects in Israel from time-to-time.
Typical Writing Assignments include: JNF-USA’s passionate local lay leaders (writer required to conduct phone interview), Affiliates in Israel and how, through the support of JNF-USA, they are bringing hope and brighter futures to Israelis in the Negev and Galilee, Local Zoom and in-person events (writer required to attend and report on the Zoom or in-person event) in Israel (writer required to conduct phone interview), JNF-USA’s Alexander Muss High School Students attending JNF-USA’s college programs.
Writers are compensated between $75 and $150 for ~400-500-word stories (bonuses available for stories placed in select pre-approved local and national news outlets).
Please email your resume and samples of your writing to JNF-USA Director of Communications, Stefan Oberman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ONWARD ISRAEL WINTER REMOTE PROGRAM 2020/21
Make the most of your winter break! Expand your horizons through a high level internship with an Israeli company in your field of interest. Deepen your connections, broaden your network, gain valuable skills, and set yourself apart from your peers.
The Onward Israel Remote program offers you the opportunity to develop your professional future and build your resume through a high-level internship experience. The program provides the ability to build upon connections and grow both professionally and personally this Winter, all from the comfort of your own home, dorm, or wherever you are based.
Intern 15-20 hours per week with an Israeli organization based on your skills, interests and future goals. Embrace the opportunity to work on a professional project and build connections alongside Israeli colleagues and employers. Onward Israel Remote will provide a broad menu of remote enrichment and educational activities to share Israel’s rich life, challenges, and how they relate to you.
Yiddish Book Center’s Steiner Summer Yiddish Program and Fellowship Program
Now in its fourth decade, the Steiner Summer Yiddish Program offers college students and recent graduates, ages 18-26, an opportunity to take a full year of Yiddish-language courses (worth up to six college credits) in seven weeks, tuition-free, at the Yiddish Book Center. Beginner and intermediate level students deepen their language skills, gain substantive knowledge of Central and Eastern European Jewish history and culture, and build a community of yidishkayt in a supportive residential setting. Intermediate students also have the opportunity to participate in paid internships and gain professional experience working on Yiddish-based projects at the Center.
The 2021 Steiner Summer Yiddish Program runs May 30 to July 16, 2021. Applications are due February 7.
Our Fellowship Program is for recent college graduates with strong academic backgrounds, at least a working knowledge of Yiddish language, and a commitment to learning more. Fellows spend a year as full-time staff members, learning valuable professional skills and contributing to the Center’s major projects: bibliography and digital collections, communications and publication, educational programs, exhibit planning, translation, and Yiddish education. Each fellow receives a stipend of $32,000 plus health insurance.
We are now accepting applications for the 2021-22 Fellowship Program, which runs from September 2021 to August 2022. Applications are due January 4.