Where will you make a difference?
Spend a Year Fighting Poverty
AVODAH is currently accepting applications for the 2014-2015 program year. APPLY NOW!
Each year, AVODAH recruits people in their 20s from across the United States to spend a year working on urban poverty issues full-time at local non-profit organizations. During their year of service, participants live and study together, forming a community of people making a connection between social activism and Jewish life.
Corps members help bring housing, education and other basic services to thousands of people each year, and add capacity to our partners worth over $18,000.
- Join AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps, a unique one-year program for people 21-26 combining work for justice, Jewish learning, and community building.
- Work full time on issues you care about—immigration, hunger, literacy, public health, domestic violence, and more. Where will I work?
- Learn leadership skills from veteran organizers, activists, and educators and make Jewish connections to social justice. What will I learn?
- Live with other young adults from a variety of Jewish backgrounds and build a community committed to integrating social change and Jewish values. Where will I live?
- Build a lifelong connection to a network of emerging leaders in the Jewish community's fight against poverty.
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