FJSE 2013-2014

Welcome 2013-2014 Fellows!

Welcome back List College students!

Today is the first day of classes at JTS, but the 2013-2014 participants in our Fellowship in Jewish Social Entrepreneurship are already hard at work. The 10 fellows moved back on campus early for an intensive day-long training before classes began – and many of us have already started at our internships.

We look forward to sharing our experiences with you throughout the year. In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek into what we’ll be doing as fellows:

Abby, intern with Midtown Community Court, will be spending the year with Time Square Inc. to provide support and facilitate social, emotional, and life skills groups for formerly incarcerated men

Charlene will be interning with Border Crossers, an organization that provides racial justice training for NYC educators

Danielle, intern with the Leadership Action Network, is going to use social-media platforms to raise awareness around Israeli social justice and environmental movements

David will be continuing his internship with Alcoa Inc., to help direct corporate social responsibility for the world’s third-largest producer of aluminum foil

Eric, intern with Global Green USA, will be generating multimedia content for the environmental organization’s resource recovery campaign

Maddie will be interning with The Advocacy Lab, facilitating human rights trainings in public school classrooms

Marisa, intern with AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps, will be working in their development department to increase grants and individual donations

Morgan will be interning at the New York Botanical Gardens, planning special events and exhibits to support environmental education and community development

Rebecca, intern with HelpUsAdopt.Org, will be doing PR and admin work to help break down barriers to adoptions for all parents no matter race, creed, or sex

Sarah will be interning with The Advance Group, helping the progressive lobbying and political PR company with local and national campaigns

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