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Summer service opportunities for young adults

Corps Members will devote about 10 hours a week for six weeks, volunteering and participating in online learning sessions.

Repair the World at Garfield Community Farm in 2019 (Photo provided by Repair the World)
Repair the World at Garfield Community Farm in 2019 (Photo provided by Repair the World)

Young adults looking for Jewish service and learning opportunities can apply to be a Service Corps Member with Serve the Moment, a program powered by Repair the World and supported by the Jewish Service Alliance.

Serve the Moment “mobilizes young adults and college students (ages 18-29) through a part-time stipended Jewish service-learning experience from June 21-July 30, 2021,” according to a press release from Repair the World.

Corps Members will devote about 10 hours a week for six weeks, volunteering and participating in online learning sessions, including those with a focus on food insecurity, education, unemployment, racial justice, and other needs exacerbated by COVID-19. Upon completion of the program they will receive a stipend of $750.

The priority deadline is May 10, 2021, and the final deadline is May 31. Interviews and acceptances will be conducted on a rolling basis, according to the press release. PJC

Toby Tabachnick

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