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Temple Sinai of Roslyn, a large Reform synagogue, seeks a songleader to join our dynamic educational team. Responsibilities include leading camp-inspired weekday (Mon-Wed) music classes and tefillot, as well as family tefillot, which take place approximately 1x month on Fridays and 2x month on Saturdays. Also responsible for leading Tot-Shabbat 1x month on Friday afternoons. Must play guitar.
Very competitive part-time salary. Will assist with transportation if needed.
We are also always looking for talented teachers and substitute teachers for Monday and Wednesday afternoons.
Please contact Lauren Resnikoff at LRESNIKOFF@MYSINAI.ORG or call (516) 740-3352.
Are you looking for a Religious School where you can teach once a week in a fun and creative environment? Are you looking to bring your summer camping experiences and energy to our small, Reform Movement Religious School? We're looking for you! Knowledge of basic blessings and Hebrew a must; music/art/tech skills/games/special talents a plus.
Great Neck, Long Island (walking distance from LIRR station, Port Washington line)
Tuesday afternoons 4:00-6:15, beginning September 2012
Contact Gail Gordon at GJG916@AOL.COM or call (516) 773-3107.
WUJS Israel Hadassah - WUJS Israel Hadassah runs a five-month program for Jewish college graduates from around the world between ages 21 and 35. The program offers four specialized tracks: Jerusalem Studies, Arts Program, Peace & Social Justice, and Intern Tel Aviv. WUJS participants up to age 30 qualify for grants from the Israeli government's Project MASA. For more information, go to www.wujsisrael.org
AMIRIM- A summer volunteering program for college students and young professionals ages 18-27. The participants live in Jerusalem, in Arad or beside Tel Aviv and volunteer for non-profit organizations four times a week, explore the Israeli landscape through weekly day trips and discover Israeli culture & society through different educational and cultural events. For more information, go to www.amirimisrael.com