The two-year Fellowship offered by the ISJL’s Community Engagement Department is a dynamic opportunity to do hands-on social justice work while learning about nonprofit management, event planning, partnership building, and more.
Fellows help implement programs in public schools addressing issues such as literacy and student conflict. Fellows also work with Jewish congregations through the ASK modules program, providing opportunities for Southern and Jewish communities to partake in meaningful service and explore issues of social justice through a Jewish lens.
ISJL Community Engagement Fellows work in the ISJL office, travel to lead programs at congregations, and and frequently visit sites such as schools and libraries to work alongside volunteers, educators, civic leaders, and other nonprofit staff and supporters.
The Fellowship position is open to applicants 2019-2020!
For additional information about the fellowship and the ISJL's Department of Community Engagement, email Dave Miller or call (601) 362-6357.