QC Hillel offers amazing internship opportunities that invest in the training of our student interns as future leaders. Our internships offer the opportunity to take part in indispensable professional development, the opportunity to partake in Jewish learning, and to connect and engage with your peers on campus. Please contact Ruben@qchillel.org for information regarding the Bukharian Student Leaders Fellowship.
Our Peer Network Engagement Internship seeks to build relationships with uninvolved students, connect them to Jewish life on and off campus, and help them to create meaningful Jewish experiences. Peer Network Interns are a part of an extraordinary team of Jewish students charged with transforming Jewish life on campus.
The goal of the Migdalim Fellowship is to connect, engage, and grow student’s relationship with Israel and each other. Migdalim is a year-long, intensive internship focused on peer to peer relationships and creating meaningful conversations around them. We seek to increase the volume of productive Israel conversations taking place on campus. This project is run in partnership with Hillel at Hunter College, Resetting the Table and Shalom Hartman Institute and is funded by UJA-Federation of New York.
The Community Organizers Initiative is an official internship program of Queens College Hillel. The COI Intern engages with students interested in deep learning to create a calendar of intimate educational experiences over the course of the year. Additionally, the COI intern creates opportunities for students to learn how to teach deep and meaningful Jewish topics to other students.
The Bukharian Student Leaders Fellowship has given a group of promising Bukharian student leaders the opportunity to be part of an enriching cohort experience. BSLF meets monthly to discuss identity, history, community engagement, and skill building. In addition to monthly meetings, BSLF takes service trips to Boulevard Day Care to visit Bukharian and Russian Speaking Jewish senior citizens.
David Project empowers student leaders to build mutually beneficial and enduring partnerships with diverse student organizations. Interns work closely with the Hillel and The David Project staff as they build relationships with student groups, and broaden the conversation about Israel on campus. There are a number of opportunities that accompany working with The David Project, including an annual national summer conference and the opportunity to apply for Israel Uncovered: Campus Leaders Mission to Israel. The latter is a fully-funded winter trip to Israel for student leaders from Jewish and other communities on campus, giving them first-hand experience with Israel’s dynamic and complex society. Interested in getting involved? Email Jonathan@qchillel.org