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