QC Hillel offers amazing paid internship opportunities that invest in the training of our students, who are the future leaders of NYC.
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 Jewish communities.
Neighborhood Engagement Interns are community organizers, leaders and connectors. The interns coordinate local community service, help their peers meet new friends and learn about Jewish opportunities in their neighborhoods and virtually, and host Out of the Box Shabbats/Holidays (when safe).
NEIs are part of an extraordinary team of Jewish students charged with transforming Jewish life around Queens. We are looking for NEIs who live in the following neighborhoods: (1) Kew Gardens Hills (2) Forest Hills (3) Rego Park and (4) Jamaica.
The goal of the Bonim Fellowship is to connect, engage, and grow student’s relationship with Israel and each other. Bonim is a year-long, intensive internship focused on peer to peer relationships and creating meaningful conversations. We seek to increase the volume of productive Israel conversations taking place on campus. This project is run in partnership with Hunter Hillel, Resetting the Table and the Shalom Hartman Institute and is open to all sophomores, juniors and seniors.
Applications for both will go live in late August. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.