Repair the World Fellowship

CATEGORY: Alumni collaboration

Paloma Haschke-Joseph ()
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The Repair the World Fellowship is an 11 month immersive service year for young adults passionate about mobilizing the American Jewish community to volunteer alongside them. Based in one of eight Repair the World Communities throughout the United States, Fellows spend a year volunteering with local partners, learning the ins and outs of working at a non-profit, developing their event planning skills, getting to know a community, and getting to know themselves as they work towards social equity. Fellows will engage the Jewish community through meaningful service learning, Jewish ritual and text, and community programming to bring their peers to serve with depth and in partnership.

The Repair the World Fellowship is for courageous, innovative, and compassionate leaders who want to spend one year doing so much more than service.



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