Social Media Intern
Who are we?
Wrestling with Torah (WWT) is a radically inclusive, online Jewish learning community that serves mainly unaffiliated "Wrestlers" from around the world. WWT prides ourselves both in creating welcoming and radically loving community online as well as creating a solution to the financial barriers which so often cause many to turn away from organized Jewish Life. Each month we have several Jewish Learning events, a Shabbat experience (either Havdalah or Shabbat Services), a Rosh Chodesh circle, and member-created social events.
Please visit www.WrestlingWithTorah.org to learn more about our community. You can find us on Instagram @WrestlingWithTorah and on Facebook at Wrestling with Torah.
Who are you?
You are a cantorial, MA in education, or a rabbinical student who hopes to join the WWT family in an official capacity within the realm of our social media accounts! You are interested in creating meaningful, justice-filled, and spiritually powerful social media posts each week and helping the WWT team to brainstorm how to thoughtfully engage our global WWT community. You are excited to work in a 'start-up-like' community, helping us to build WWT into the future. Bonus points if you might want to lead your own educational and/or spiritual programming! (Support and reflection can be available to you in planning and executing programming!)
We are prioritizing applications from clergy students in their 1st-3rd years, and MA in education students in their 1st-2nd years.
How much is the commitment?
The social media aspect of this internship should take up no longer than 4 hours of your week. If you would be interested in leading programming for our the community, it would be as much of a time commitment as you would want/need to prepare lessons.
When are the official dates of the internship?
February 15-May 31, 2021 (15 weeks)
$1200 for 15 Weeks -- this works out to $80 per week. Additional compensation can be available for teaching classes.
Equal Opportunity Employment
WWT strives to create radically inclusive and equitable Jewish Community online and therefore strives to do the same in our hiring practices. We do not discriminate or permit discrimination against, or provide special treatment for, any person or group of persons on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, age, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, familial status, disability, or any other category protected by law, particularly those related to EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity). And more important than the law itself, radical compassion and equity are Jewish Values that hold us together as a community.