Student Leadership

Student Internship Job Descriptions

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Israel Interns

Israel Internship is a one-semester position through Minnesota Hillel.

Interns will be responsible for carrying out their work under the guiding of the Israel Fellow in order to be successful.

  • Each Intern is responsible for taking part in the planning process and the execution of events.
  • Additionally, all interns must include and invite uninvolved and involved students to Israel programs. Each serves as a resource to additional meaningful opportunities.
  • Israel interns strive to understand students' interests, passions, and aspirations - and connect them to opportunities that the students may find meaningful and engaging. For example, the variety of programs we offer at Hillel related to Israel and different program opportunities in Israel.
  • Israel Interns are given a budget to plan out each event they want on the calendar.
  • The Israel interns are responsible for completing all tasks necessary for their events.
  • There must be follow-up to immersive and meaningful Israel experiences such as Birthright Israel, and Alternative Break trips, opportunities to study in Israel, etc.
  • Student Israel Educators are passionate about Israel learning and want to share that with others.
  • Help with creating a meaningful follow up program and finding opportunities for Birthright returners to get involved with Hillel and Israel programs on campus.
  • Israel opportunities – The intern will be an expert with Israel programs, such as Onward Israel, Career Israel etc.
  • Attending and advertising Israel events.
  • Bi-weekly Israel Committee Meeting
  • The Israel Committee will work with the Israel Culture and Advocacy Chairs as well as the Israel staff member to execute 1 program a month in both areas.
  • They will work to recruit for Birthright trips and the Israel Class to educate as many students as possible on Israel.

 

Shabbat Interns

Shabbat Internship is a one-semester position through Minnesota Hillel.

Interns will be responsible for carrying out their work under the guiding of the Jewish Educator in order to be successful.

  • Each Intern is responsible for taking part in the planning process and the execution of events.
  • Shabbat interns are designed to dramatically enhance Jewish life on campus. From setup to learning how to prepare Shabbos meals and even learning how to lead Shabbat services, Shabbat Interns are to engage students and build community through Shabbat.
  • Each coordinator is responsible for taking part in the planning process and the execution of the event. Additionally, all Shabbat Interns must include and invite uninvolved Jewish students to Shabbat. Each serves as a resource to additional meaningful opportunities.
  • Shabbat Interns strive to understand students' interests, passions, and aspirations - and connect them to opportunities that the students may find meaningful and engaging. For example, having different service options.
  • Shabbat Interns are given a budget to plan out each Shabbat they want on the calendar.
  • Shabbat Interns are responsible for completing all tasks necessary for their event.
  • The Shabbat Interns provide consistent, intentional Shabbat programming for the campus community to enjoy as well as a Shabbat environment they want to be a part of as well.
  • Shabbat Interns must plan and execute weekly Shabbat Events
  • Shabbat Interns work with the Shabbat Chair and the Jewish Educator to always innovate when planning Shabbat.
  • Shabbat Interns will plan and execute Shabbat around the U
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