The Jewish Organizing Fellowship is recruiting emerging social justice leaders for our year-long, paid community organizing training program in Boston. The Fellowship is a professional development opportunity for Jewish young adults (ages 21-30) who are currently working as organizers or who are looking for jobs in the field. If not already employed, Fellows are placed in full-time paid jobs that address a wide range of issues including: the environment, food justice, health care, and interfaith work. We seek Fellows who are eager to learn the theory and practice of community organizing and explore the connections between Judaism and social justice. Round 1 applications are due March 18th.
Current Fellow David Schwartz is working at The Real Food Challenge. Check him out: http://www.jewishorganizing.org/who-does-the-boston-fellowship/david-schwart/
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