Jewish Service Corps@home Fellowship

Volunteer virtually to serve critical needs of communities around the world with the world’s leading Jewish humanitarian organization.

The JSC@home Fellowship offers young Jewish adults the opportunity to directly engage with JDC’s global mission while actively fulfilling the value of global Jewish responsibility.

Launched in 1987, the JSC Fellowship places recent college graduates and young professionals in year-long service opportunities in global communities served by JDC and is internationally recognized for providing leadership development through global service with a Jewish values lens. Today, while international travel is limited, the JSC@home Fellowship enables young adults to fulfil the value of global Jewish responsibility from afar through a 6-month cohort-based experience.

WHO’S A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR THE JSC@home FELLOWSHIP?

JSC@home Fellows are emerging and rising young leaders in their 20s and 30s who have demonstrated interest in public service or humanitarian work and global Jewish causes. Successful candidates are independent, mature, and flexible. They have a sense of responsibility, balance humility with curiosity and exhibit strong interpersonal skills. They have some work experience and a college degree or equivalent. Knowledge of foreign language(s) and Jewish education is a plus, but not a requirement. 

WHAT DOES THE JSC@home FELLOWSHIP LOOK LIKE?

Fellows are matched with communities seeking someone with their talents and skills. Through their virtual placements, fellows contribute to organizational needs while developing their knowledge of global Jewish causes. Ongoing learning, including two virtual seminars and monthly coaching, webinars, and peer-to-peer cohort building serve to develop leaders who have a global mindset and powerful skillset. 

A typical work week of 10-15 hours will be comprised of meetings with field supervisor and staff, independent assignments and facilitating community programming where relevant. Flexible working hours may be required due to fellows living in different time zones from their placement communities. Fellows receive stipends of $500/month and will receive a welcome package upon acceptance.  

JSC@home Fellows will serve with offices in locations around the world, including in India, Israel, Hungary and Ukraine. Tasks range from social media content creation and graphic design to teaching and curriculum development. Placements serve Jewish communities, JDC departments and international development partner organizations. 

JSC@home APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCESS

The JSC@home selection process is designed to identify candidates with skillsets matching the needs of available placements. A matching process encompassing two interviews ensures that each placement is filled by a candidate with the necessary qualities and skills to have a successful JSC@home experience.

APPLICATION TIMELINE:

Applications are now closed for JSC@home. While the application is closed, we are still considering applicants who are fluent Russian speakers. Please inquire to JDCEntwine@jdc.org to receive a link to the application.

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2021 JEWISH SERVICE CORPS@HOME FELLOWS

Amit Gerstein

Jerusalem, Israel

Carla Habif

Jerusalem, Israel

Eitan Snyder

Jerusalem, Israel

Emily Levine

Mumbai, India

Gaia Temin

Jerusalem, Israel

Gianina Dwek

Mumbai, India

Goldie Davoudgoleh

New York City, USA

Hannah Moses

Budapest, Hungary

Hannah Sharron

Jerusalem, Israel

Klementyna Pozniak

Warsaw, Poland

Rachel Mitchell

Mumbai, India

Shulamit Morris-Evans

Mumbai, India

Veronica Leifer

Jerusalem, Israel

Yaffa Judah

Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village, Rwanda