Type: Part-Time, Temporary

Rate: $20/hour, 10-20 hours/week

Reports to: Development Manager

To apply: Please fill out this form by Monday, October 17th at 9:00am ET. With equity in mind, we want to be transparent that we will only be reading cover letters and answers to this form. Please 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 reduce hiring bias.

Position Description

The Winter Development Intern will work on a variety of projects including end of year fundraising, grant management, donor research, and more. Around 50% of this internship will be phonebanking our members and potential members. We are looking for someone who's excited about our vision and building JFREJ, and looking to learn more about the field of development/resource mobilization. The intern would ideally join our Move Money Build Power role network which meets every other Thursday 6-7pm ET.


  • Aligned with JFREJ’s mission and values
  • Comfort talking on the phone
  • Detail oriented
  • Able to use or quickly learn Google Drive/docs/sheets, and Slack
  • Excited to learn about fundraising

As this is an internship, we are not requiring prior development 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.

Applications open Friday, September 23rd, and close Monday, October 17th at 9:00am ET. Please reach out to Sara (sara@jfrej.org) if you have any questions.

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.