UPCOMING EVENTS AND ITEMS OF INTEREST
Student Discussion on Religion and Climate Change
Thursday, February 9th at 5:00pm in The Pasquerilla Memorial Lounge
Professor Jonathan Brockopp, director of the Rock Ethics Institute Initiative on Religion and Ethics, will moderate the conversation. This event will be the first in a discussion series that encourages students to reflect on how religion relates to broader social issues. All students are welcome to attend and participate. Light refreshments will be provided.
LGBTA Student Resource Center at Penn State and Discussion Groups
Internship positions are now available! Applications are due by March 2nd at 5pm. Learn more about the opportunities and apply here!
Interested in participating in an LGBT discussion group? There are various meeting times and discussion topics each week in 101 Boucke. Learn more here.
The Bronfman Fellowship
The application deadline for the Bronfman Fellowship is February 10th - two short weeks away! TheBronfman Fellowship is a prestigious one-year opportunity for a recent college graduate to work alongside Hillel President and CEO Wayne Firestone at Hillel's international headquarters in Washington, DC. In his/her work with Hillel's President, the Bronfman Fellow is included in key research, communications, travel and speaking engagement preparation, and other executive matters. Learn more and apply here!
The HIAS Scholarship Program
The HIAS Scholarship program was established in 1974 to help immigrants fulfill their dreams of advanced education. The HIAS Program offers financial assistance to HIAS-assisted individuals in the United States who are pursuing college and graduate degrees. To learn more about the program and eligibility, please visit the website here.
The American Hebrew Academy Fellowship Program
The AHA Fellowship Program seeks enthusiastic and highly motivated recent college graduates from all Jewish backgrounds who want to increase their knowledge and build tangible career related skills residing alongside and serving talented high school Jewish teens in a boarding school setting.
Fellows, in coordination with the Director of Residential Life, will be able to create personalized work experiences incorporating both formal and informal educational components. Fellows will have daily residential life responsibilities and weekly professional development/networking opportunities. AHA Fellows receive an apartment, food, a stipend, and health benefits. Fellowship placements are one academic year assignments beginning each August.
Inquiries are welcome throughout the year. Please email Elaine Tinnin (firstname.lastname@example.org) a letter of interest and current resume or learn more
US P.I.R.G. Job Opportunities
Summer Internship Program with Cleveland Hillel Foundation
Hillel Foundation is coordinating a paid, summer internship program for college sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Students are placed, based on skills and interests, at local businesses and non-profits for internships in fields such as (but not limited to) real estate, marketing/PR/advertising, community relations and planning, environmental activism, business, accounting, finance, social work, biotech, arts and culture, radio, and more.
Dates for the program are June 11 - August 3, 2012
The final application deadline is February 24, 2012
For more information email