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The Arts Culture and Education (ACE) Internship with the Boulder JCC allows college students to gain experience in the non-profit arts and culture world. They will market and promote various programs through social media and blog platforms. ACE's mission is to provide enlightening and entertaining arts, cultural and educational programs for the Jewish community and the community at large. ACE's arts, culture, and educational programs attract all segments of the population, create a gathering place for the full spectrum of the community, and serve as a gateway to the Jewish community.
Keywords: Marketing, Social Media, Writing
The Gift of Life Campus Ambassador Program enlists college students for an internship to run cheek swab drives on their campuses and within their cities to give recipients a second chance at life. Thanks to this program, drives are being run on campuses all over the country by the people who know them best: the students. In this internship, you will serve as a campus ambassador for a bone marrow foundation that is committed to helping match people in need with donors. An excellent internship for students interested in grassroots advocacy, community engagement, peer empowerment, and community health. Click here to check out the video description.
Keywords: Grassroots Advocacy, Community Engagement, Peer Empowerment.
Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects, Student Intern: Help SIPP work to restore the environment while building community. This internship is ideal for anyone interested in Israeli and Palestinian peace building efforts, international affairs, and environmental, economic, and cultural sustainability. Assist SIPP in electronic and print communications, researching grant opportunities, videography, publicity, marketing, and other administrative aspects associated with a recent start-up organization. The intern will also assist SIPP in deepening its connection with the CU community.
Keywords: Environmental Peace Building, Restoring the environment while building community, Promoting coexistence through environmental protection, Environmental sustainability, economic sustainability, cultural sustainability.
Help CU Boulder Hillel of Colorado Boulder plan their annual programming for Holocaust Awareness Week, which takes place April 2019. This internship will provide you with in-depth experience in event planning, which is a highly sought after professional skill.
Hazon, Student Intern: Interested in food, the outdoors, and environmental education? Then Hazon is the right place for you! The internship with Hazon will offer you an opportunity to work with the local community to promote and support local gardening/farming. Get hands-on event planning experience as well as experience reviewing grants. Interns are provided with real work and real responsibilities and Hazon looks for strong candidates who can really get the job done. The ideal candidate will be informed and passionate about the intersection of food, sustainability and Jewish life, and be organized, responsible and reliable, self-motivated, detail-oriented, an excellent interpersonal communicator, have a professional demeanor, be comfortable communicating with new people, excited to learn new things, able to do small tasks while thinking big, and a team-player who contributes to a friendly work atmosphere.
Keywords: Jewish Outdoor, Food, and Environmental Education, Farming and Gardening, Event Planning.
Jewish Studies Advisory Board, Fundraising Intern: Help the Program in Jewish Studies (PJS) Advisory Board in their development of a strategic plan for enhancing the reputation and fundraising capability of the PJS. The intern will work directly with advisory board members including former executives and professionals who are presently members.
Keywords:Fundraising, Strategic Planning, Outreach
Congregation Har HaShem, Communications Intern:Help Congregation Har HaShem evaluate and create a communication strategy for Boulder's largest synagogue! Assist with producing a visioning and branding audit and produce external and internal communications.
Keywords:Communication, Social Media, Website Content
Boulder Jewish News, Journalism Intern: Want to pursue a career in journalism and communication? This internship with the Boulder Jewish News will give you hands on experience with journalism, marketing and social media. Opportunities to write and publish your own news articles! The Boulder Jewish News Intern is responsible for 3 key areas: 1. Articles about Jewish Life at the University of Colorado, 2. Articles about teens in the Boulder Jewish community, 3. Social media related to @CUJewishBuffs. The intern will gain experience in Wordpress and social media such as Twitter and Facebook. An author account will be set up on the Boulder Jewish News site for the intern’s use.
Keywords: Journalism, Marketing, Social media.
Intermountain Jewish News, Stringer Intern: The Intermountain Jewish News, a 104-year-old weekly newspaper based in Denver and serving the Jewish communities of the Rocky Mountain West, is seeking an intern to serve as a Boulder correspondent to the newspaper. Interns will learn high journalistic standards and other skills.
Keywords: Journalism, History, Correspondent
Boulder Jewish Family Services, Marketing and Outreach Intern: In this internship, you will assist Boulder Jewish Family Service in increasing their marketing and outreach efforts to the Boulder community. This is an excellent internship for anyone interested in working in a small, service-oriented nonprofit.
Keywords:Marketing, Nonprofit, Outreach
CU Boulder Hillel Marketing Intern:In this internship, you will help CU Boulder Hillel grow their marketing initiatives, campaigns, and print/social medial materials. This internship will provide you with an in-depth experience in marketing and communications, which is a highly sought after professional skill.
The Anti-Defamation League seeks an intern to participate in day-to-day operations and projects within the Division/Department/Regional Office in order to learn real-world transferable skills and gain work experience. Students will learn first-hand the inner workings of an office and participate in special projects.
Keywords: Advocacy, Non-Governmental Organization, Civil and Human Rights
Boomtown Accelerator gives students hands-on experience in the startup industry. As an intern with this startup accelerator, you will be interacting daily with top entrepreneurs starting their companies. You'll be researching and connecting with up and coming startups looking to enter our program, sitting in with expert mentors, teachers, and community leaders as we work together to drive innovation, discovery, and value, and learning about the Boulder, and global startup industry.
Keywords: Startup, Entrepreneurship, Business
Preservation of Temple Aaron: If you are historically minded and web and social media savvy, consider interning to help preserve Temple Aaron, Colorado's oldest synagogue located in Trinidad, CO. As an intern, you will learn about the law of historical preservation from the intern's main contact, David London, a Boulder-based attorney who is part of the group working to save the historic synagogue. In addition to helping create awareness and fundraising around preserving the synagogue, the student would also help expand community and membership for the Temple and to create a programming plan for building use
Keywords: Historical Preservation, Social Media, Fundraising and Outreach
Boulder Jewish Community Center, Youth andCamps Intern: Assist the Boulder JCC in creating and developing new youth programming. Gain experience in a non-profit that is building Jewishcommunity through Jewish overnight camp. Youth and Camps at the JCC create a vibrant, enriching, and fun summer camp and afterschool camp experience for children 3-17 years old, that is rooted in Jewish values and welcomes children of all backgrounds, races, and religions. The program aims to inspire campers to learn, grow, and explore their interests in a safe environment,while creating lasting memories and friendships.
Keywords: Camping, Education, Youth
Congregation B’nai Torah, Religious School Hebrew Intern: Congregation B’nai Torah is seeking a religious school intern to help teachers with the congregation's growing religious school (25 kids, 3 teachers). Get one-on-one teaching experience and help students' build their Hebrew language skills as they prepare for their Bar/Bat Mitzvahs. Internship is open to students of all backgrounds, Jewish and non-Jewish. Knowledge of the Hebrew langaugeis required.
Keywords: Hebrew, Education