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T’ruah interns gain hands-on experience in human rights, organizing, and non-profit leadership while contributing their own talents to advancing the moral rabbinic voice for human rights.
Semester and Year Internships for College Students
T’ruah is currently seeking a development intern to assist with donor management and our annual gala. This opportunity offers students interested in organizational leadership an opportunity for valuable learning about the behind-the-scenes work of an organization. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Internships for College Students
T’ruah is a placement site for the Collegiate Leadership Internship Program (CLIP). Past interns have undertaken campaign research, written communications material, and assisted in program planning. Please apply for this paid internship through CLIP, indicating your interest in T’ruah, and also contact T’ruah to let us know of your interest before the CLIP deadline.
Interning at T’ruah taught me how to combine my passion for Judaism and my desire to effect change globally. I learned about the unique role of faith leaders in social justice, worked on campaigns about which I cared deeply, and met diverse, inspiring rabbis and cantors.
—Talia Kaplan, Wesleyan University, T’ruah summer intern 2016
Rabbinical Student Internships
T’ruah is proud to partner with multiple rabbinical schools to offer internships for students. We are a placement site for the Jewish Theological Seminary Pearl and Jack Resnick Internship Program and have also served as a placement site for Reconstructionist Rabbinical College students. For more information about interning at T’ruah, please speak with the appropriate staff at your seminary.
I began my rabbinical school journey knowing that justice would be the very core of my rabbinate but unsure of how this would come to fruition. Interning at T’ruah is giving me the skills and confidence to go out into the world as a rabbi able to use rabbinic moral courage, bringing Judaism’s call for justice into the world at large.
—Lauren Tuchman, Jewish Theological Seminary student and T’ruah Resnick Intern 2016-2017