Through the Educational Resources & Organizational Development (EROD) department, we are committed to promoting excellence within UJA-Federation's network of agencies by offering a full range of educational and professional development opportunities for students. We offer special student forums for learning, including participation in site visits and seminars. If you are interested in a career in Jewish communal service in the New York area, we have a variety of educational opportunities for you.
Internships for Graduate Students
We offer exciting internship opportunities for graduate students enrolled in schools of social work, public administration, nonprofit management, law, Jewish education, business, or rabbinics to work in the departments of our organization that actualize our mission of caring for those in need, strengthening Jewish peoplehood, and creating connected communities in New York, in Israel, and throughout the world.
Internships are available for all areas of professional interest, including fundraising, human services, public policy, educational programming, connecting Jewish communities locally and globally, Jewish identity and renewal, leadership development, research and evaluation, and in our legal department.
Internships for Undergraduate Students
Summer internships for undergraduate students through Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life's Collegiate Leadership Internship Program (CLIP). For information about this program, contact .
Internships — both during the academic year and the summer — are available for undergraduate and graduate students, but require that a student can receivee academic credit for his/her internship at UJA-Federation of New York. For more information, please contact Rina Kattan at .