Jobs and Internships

Work for Jewish Voice for Peace


Jewish Voice for Peace is hiring an East Coast Operations Associate! Find out more and apply here.





Scope of work:

70% main project

30% cultivating membership community through broader programmatic initiatives/tools


Main project:

Set up/maintain “Membership Networks” — constituency/identity/interest-based groups for members to find each other, network, share resources with one another, and foster community within JVP.

4 phases:

  • Research: Short timeline to research/explore infrastructure/model
  • Onboarding: Onboarding existing constituency groups
  • Expanding: Exploring w/membership other groups to bring into the model
  • Curating: Curating and documenting for hand-off

Other tasks include assisting with:

Peer-to-peer program (Giving Tuesday and Member Drive)

Member Forum upkeep

Phone banks

Member Engagement


Skills/Education/Experience intern acquires:

  • Hard skills in using digital organizing tools
  • Organizing geographically dispersed groups of people
  • Practice writing/communicating in clear and goal-oriented ways
  • Experience curating and sharing content based on interests/focus areas of members
  • First-hand experience of how a membership nonprofit works
  • Practice the art of organizing through 1:1s
  • Training and supervision from JVP’s membership manager


Internship dates: July 8 – September 6 (3 months)

Compensation: $3,000 stipend for 15 hours/week for 3 months

Supervisor: Membership Manager

Ideal candidate:

  • Self-starting, motivated
  • Demonstrated ability to keep on track and meet deadlines while working independently
  • Strong oral and written communication skills  
  • Interest in/excitement about cultivating communities within JVP
  • Familiarity with google docs/sheets



Friday, May 24: Deadline to submit applications

Week of June 3-14: Interviews

July 8: Start date

To Apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to


Jewish Voice for Peace is a national organization dedicated to creating a U.S. foreign policy toward Israel and Palestine that promotes justice, democracy, and universal human rights. In short, we work to help American Jews (and our allies) apply our core values to a political issue that deeply challenges many of us. Our approach integrates grassroots organizing, strategic communications, policy advocacy, education, and coalition building.

Jewish Voice for Peace does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, ethnicity, religion, national origin, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex, marital status, disability, or status as a U.S. veteran.


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