What are you doing this summer?
Are you looking for a meaningful opportunity? This summer 2016 take part in one of 11 different global volunteer opportunities through JDC Entwine's Multi-Week Jewish Service Corp. Spend 3-8 weeks assisting youth at-risk, creating educational programs, running Jewish summer camps and connecting with communities!
The JDC Entwine Multi-Week JSC is an opportunity for young Jewish adults to connect with overseas communities through an immersive volunteer experience for three to eight weeks. Multi-Week Fellows work with local partners and experts in the field to implement programs that address critical global issues.
This summer, check out several unique volunteer opportunities to Israel, India, Argentina, Bulgaria, Hungary, Moldova, Russia and Turkey! All opportunities ranging from June - August 2016.
For more information visit http://jdcentwine.org/mw-summer/index.html or contact Naomi Levin at Naomi.Levin@JDC.org
Looking for something shorter? JDC Entwine also offer 7-10 days Insider Trips!
Entwine is a one-of-a-kind movement for young Jewish leaders, influencers, and advocates who seek to make a meaningful impact on global Jewish needs and international humanitarian issues. We do this by offering service experiences in Jewish communities around the world, educational events and programs, and leadership development opportunities. Entwine is an initiative of JDC, the largest Jewish humanitarian organization in the world. JDC works in 70 countries, specializing in humanitarian aid, Jewish community renewal and disaster relief. Learn more: www.jdcentwine.orghttp://www.jdcentwine.org
For over 100 years, JDC, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, has provided rescue, relief, and renewal for Jewish communities outside of North America, helped Israel meet the needs of its most vulnerable citizens, and offered a Jewish response to natural and man-made disasters and non-sectarian development needs around the world. JDC's work in over 70 countries is inspired by Jewish values of mutual responsibility, that kol yisrael areivim zeh l'zeh (all of Israel is responsible for one another), and tikkun olam, that Jews have an obligation to repair the world. Learn more: www.jdc.orghttp://www.jdc.org