Now Hiring! Development Intern

JFRE is seeking a Development Intern to work on a variety of projects, including our annual gala, data work, annual fundraising, phonebanking

Type: Part-Time, Temporary

Rate: $20/hour

Reports to: Development Coordinator

Position Description

The JFREJ Development Intern role is a temporary remote position from October 11th - December 31st, 2021. The position is 10 hours a week, $20 per hour, in October and November, and up to 20 hours/week for the month of December. We are looking for someone who's excited about our vision and building JFREJ!

Job Responsibilities

The intern will work on a variety of projects including:

  • JFREJ's annual gala, The Mazals
  • Data work/clean up
  • Annual Fund fundraising
  • Phonebanking

Qualifications

  • Comfort talking on the phone

As this is an internship, we are not requiring prior experience to apply. We believe entry level positions should be open to people who are passionate about our work and eager to learn, no matter their past experience. At Jews For Racial & Economic Justice, we practice hiring with intentionality and an understanding of how many factors, such as race and class, decrease equity in hiring interns. We strive to build a different hiring process that is more equitable and transparent.

To apply: Please fill out this form. With equity in mind, we want to be transparent that we will only be reading cover letters and answers to this form. Do not include a resume. In addition, while we ask for your name and contact information, those reviewing these submissions will have these applications anonymized to further reduce hiring bias.

Applications close Thursday, September 30th at midnight.

Please reach out to Sara (sara@jfrej.org) if you have any questions. Reminder the JFREJ office will be closed between 9/6-9/22 for the High Holidays.


JFREJ is an equal opportunity employer; for all employment opportunities, people of color, Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews, women and gender nonconforming people, people with disabilities, immigrants, LGBTQIA+, and people who live or have lived in poverty are strongly encouraged to apply.