Gain professional skills and experiences with Hillel 818! 

We are thrilled to offer a variety of ways for you to get involved in the Hillel 818 community. Our leadership opportunities are designed to support personal growth, team and community building, and leadership skill development. See below for internships, fellowships and job opportunities.

 

Not sure what might be a good fit, or want to learn more?

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Hillel

Council:

The Official Student Leadership Fellowship of Hillel 818

Applications for the 2020-2021 Hillel Council Fellowship are now closed. Please check back for more information.

Calling all Jewish change makers, community builders, and engagement extraordinaries:

Come help us unlock the true potential of Hillel 818 as part of the Hillel Council! 

 

This application-only fellowship focuses on providing professional skills, mentorship, and personalized leadership experiences for Hillel 818 students. As a member of Hillel Council, you will be provided one-on-one mentoring by a Hillel 818 staff member, opportunities to provide real feedback through “State of Hillel” meetings, exclusive leadership development workshops, and special recognition in our new Hillel 818 building! 

 

To be eligible for this fellowship, you must be entering your second year as part of the Hillel 818 community. We are looking for self-motivated students who care about their campus and want to make a difference.

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2020-2021

Internships:

Paid Hillel Positions for

Current Hillel 818 Students

Click here to apply now!

The following internships are available for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Social Media Intern:

 

WHAT YOU DO:

  • Create engaging, viral, and strategic content for Hillel 818’s social media accounts

  • Assist in creating social media plan & calendar

  • Design graphics for social media and newsletters

  • Work on external promotions and public relations

  • Track analytics and give suggestions for ways to improve Hillel’s social media engagement

  • Target specific audiences via social media such as 1st year students, transfer students, young alumni, etc.

  • Other projects as necessary

 

WHO YOU ARE:

Maybe you are considering a future in digital marketing and communications, or maybe you just love social media. Either way, you’ve got the skills to make Hillel 818 go viral, and the creativity and passion to help Hillel 818 become a (relatively) insta-famous, Tik-Tok dancin’ fool. You’re also a storyteller, who’s excited to maximize social media to share Hillel 818’s story with more students, more alumni, and more parents. Ideal candidates also have some graphic design, photo editing, and video editing skills.
 

WHO YOU REPORT TO: Julia Martini - Communications Coordinator

Development Intern:

 

WHAT YOU DO:

  • Work closely with our Executive Director and Associate Director on fundraising campaigns such as holiday campaigns, Giving Tuesday, our student Phone-A-Thon and more! 

  • Identify students and alumni whose stories we haven’t told yet, and then interview them to create profiles for us to feature. 

  • Help with outreach to families 

  • Input as well as clean up donor data in our development database - Little Green Light

  • Help with donor prospect research

  • Think of new and exciting ways to engage young alumni, recent graduate, and families

 

WHO YOU ARE:

Trustworthy, hard working, self-motivated, independent, and organized. This position may be best suited for somebody who’s interested in fundraising, business, non-profit work, project management, or networking, but we will consider anyone with a good work-ethic, who’s willing to roll up their sleeves and get into the weeds of our donor databases.
 

WHO YOU REPORT TO: Evan Taksar Levental - Associate Director & Matt Baram - Executive Director

zCLUB Programming and Engagement Intern:

 

WHAT YOU DO:

  • Run one of our new digital zClubs - online interest groups that will meet via zoom once a week, twice a month, or once a month depending on the group. Running a zClub means working independently or with a Hillel staff person to plan and run a 30-60 minute zoom program.

    • Student run zClubs will include Hillel 818 staples like: 

      • PCH (Persian Club at Hillel)

      • RSJ (Russian Speaking Jews)

      • MFI (Matadors for Israel)

      • Mishelanu (Hebrew speaking club)

      • CSUN, Pierce, and LAVC weekly lunch groups
        Ohmanut (Jewish arts)

    • We also anticipate a number of new interest group based zClubs:

      • Movie Club

      • Book Club

      • Cooking Club

      • Bachelor recaps

      • Games

      • You may certainly (and are encouraged to!) propose a zClub not currently on our list!

  • Leverage personal networks and recruit students to attend zClub programming

  • Meet regularly with new zClub attendees and prospective students via virtual coffee conversations

  • Attend and participate in supervision meetings with the Manager of Student Engagement

  • Act as a Hillel 818 ambassador focused on promoting and attending events through Hillel 818 

 

WHO YOU ARE:

You have a hobby, interest, or passion that you want to share with the rest of the Hillel 818 community. You’re excited by meeting new people and not afraid to reach out to someone you don’t know. You’re confident that as “CEO” of your own zClub, you’re going to build an interest group that regularly has 8-12 attendees. You’re dedicated to making this group succeed, and are excited to recruit new attendees and build relationships.

 

WHO YOU REPORT TO: Ally Gerstley - Manager of Student Engagement

17729 Plummer Street, Northridge, CA 91325

phone: 818-886-5101 | email: info@hillel818.org

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