Fellowships, Internships & Jobs

Below are several fellowships, internships, and jobs that we offer our students throughout the year. Please check back often as we add new opportunities.


Shultz Fellowship for Modern Israel Studies
George and Charlotte Shultz Fellowship in Modern Israel Studies supports student research on issues relevant to modern Israel and the betterment of Israeli-Arab relations. Each year, Hillel at Stanford will award a $6,000 fellowship to a Stanford student to conduct research pertaining to modern Israeli politics, culture, society, and economy, and/or the betterment of Israeli-Arab relations (including Israeli-Palestinian relations). 
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Jewish Incubator Fellowship (JIF)
JIF provides funding and mentorship for students to realize some sort of Stanford dream project in a Jewish context. JIF fellows created initiatives around microcommunities, intercommunal relationships, tikkun olam (repairing the world), Jewish life and ritual, and a personal relationship with Israel.
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Jewish Learning Fellowship (JLF)
Jewish Learning Fellowship provides a semester of intellectual and experiential learning for students looking to deepen their understanding of Judaism. This quarter we are offering Life's Big Questions: Or, How to Get More Out of College. Jewish Learning Fellows meet weekly over dinner and are offered a $300 stipend. Click here for more info

Israel and Peoplehood Series
Students signed up for these two series engage in compelling discussions with some of the world's thought leaders on the topics of Jewish Peoplehood, Zionism, and Israel. Students are offered a stipend. For more information, please contact Nathalie Landesman at natlan@stanford.edu

Internships and Jobs

Kitchen Table Talk Series Coordinator

Hillel is seeking a student who is curious, personable, and excited by new ideas to coordinate the Kitchen Table Talk Series. Hillel's Kitchen Table Talks highlight the stories, lessons, and ideas of Stanford faculty members or staff persons that relate to a Jewish value or experience. We connect the story teller with an intimate gathering of 12 students over a meal. With the support of Rabbi Baz, the Kitchen Table Talk Coordinator will plan 2 talks per quarter and be responsible for collecting peer insights with regards to topics, reaching out to story tellers, and event publicity.
Compensation: $13/hour, 3 - 5 hours/week
For more information and to apply, contact Rabbi Baz, ebaz@stanford.edu

Biblical Garden Caretaker
Are you interested in gardening, sustainability, or ecology from a Jewish perspective? Hillel is seeking a green thumbed gardener to care for our Biblical Garden and to assist Hillel staff in designing and implementing fun programming with a focus on Jewish ecology.
Compensation: $13/hour, 3-5 hours/week.
Contact: Jeremy Ragent, jragent@stanford.edu

Publicity Intern (Filled for Spring 2019)
Hillel is seeking a publicity intern to help with social media publicity, weekly newsletters, and flyer design.
Compensation: $13/hour, 3- 5 hours per week.
Contact: Jason Kuperberg, jmkuperb@stanford.edu

Directors of First Impression (DOFI's)
They say you only get one first impression. When people walk through the door at the Taube House or Koret Pavilion at the Ziff Center, they need to be greeted with a warm smile, offer for help, or suggestions for things to do. In the downtime between visitors, DOFI's practice their office administrative skills, assisting Hillel staff in their behind-the-scenes work making Jewish life run.
Compensation: $13/hour, 3+ hours/week.
Contact: Leah Newman, lnewman1@stanford.edu


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Stanford, CA 94305-8456
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