Start paving the road to your future career by gaining invaluable experience and building connections!

Strengthen your resume through real, hands-on work experience! The Internship in Jewish Studies (JWST 3930) brings together Jewish Studies and students' professional paths by placing you in a non-profit organization, educational institution, political office, medical school, or other site for a semester of service-learning. You come to us with your interests and we place you in a local organization! Interns work 7-10 hours per week at their internship site, then come together for a weekly class in which students learn about leadership, workplace ethics, and how Jewish Studies can inform their professional lives. Students earn 3 credit-hours for this course.
The Internship in Jewish Studies will be offered as an Independent Study (JWST 4900-900) in Spring 2020.
This course will be taught by Elias Sacks, Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Jewish Studies.

Please email if you are interested in enrolling in this course.