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Uri L'Tzedek Opportunities
Coordinator of Uri L'Tzedek Summer Fellowship 2014
Overview: The Coordinator of the Uri L'Tzedek Summer Fellowship is primarily responsible for mentoring fellows and running the daily operations of the fellowship. He or she also works with the Director of Programming to create curriculum and programming for the fellowship in the months leading up to the summer.
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Business Ethics Campaign Interns
Uri L’Tzedek is on the cusp of launching a Business Ethics (“BE”) campaign to focus on halachic concepts
which have relevance to the business world, and to raise awareness regarding applications of these concepts
to particular business practices. The campaign will employ two vectors to achieve its goals: educational
programming and media communications, with the possibility for calls to action, as needed.
The BE Campaign has two significant goals:
● Adding a significant and genuine Torah voice that is largely absent in the ongoing conversation
about business ethics in the United States;
● Empowering members of the American Jewish observant community to join in that conversation
from a Torah perspective – that is, to change behavior and thought in the workplace.
Uri L'Tzedek Development and Communications Intern
This volunteer position will create and manage a donor database for many aspects of the organization’s work; will help raise money from foundations and related institutions to support Uri L’Tzedek’s core mission and strategic programs; actively expand the organization’s reach and influence by cultivating donors and working with the foundation community; and will help manage all aspects of proposal development, grant writing, stewardship, and compliance. Learn more here...
Uri L'Tzedek Program Interns
These volunteer positions will contribute to Uri L’Tzedek’s core programming. Responsibilities may include promoting and marketing Uri L’Tzedek’s programs, developing educational materials, community outreach, researching the interface between contemporary social justice issues and the Jewish tradition, creating educational modules, teaching in the greater Jewish community, and providing administrative support for Uri L’Tzedek programs. Learn more here...