Leadership Offerings

Executive Student Board Member (E-Board)

  • Create and execute an initiative of your own design
  • Create a thorough action plan
  • Make a program budget
  • Create a timeline of programs, activities, event days, etc.
  • Define benchmarks for desired impact (e.g., # of participants, diversity of participants, depth/quality of experience as reported by participants)
  • Engage peers to help promote and recruit if your initiative includes an event
  • Communicate with E-Board Street Team and provide constructive feedback

Engage and build relationships with at least 50 new/uninvolved Jewish students on campus

  • Take new students on coffee dates
  • Table on campus in high-traffic areas
  • Recruit students for events (Birthright, etc…)
  • Be a connector–funnel new students into programs you think they would enjoy, and introduce them to new people
  • Be a social media influencer by posting and sharing Towson Hillel content

Jewish Greek Life Intern

Capacity: 5-7 students

  • Be part of a dynamic start-up team to develop an engagement strategy for Jewish students in fraternities and sororities on campus
  • Work with other student interns to help plan one large event per semester for all Jewish students in Greek Life
  • Plan ways to integrate CAP requirements into Hillel offerings
  • Create a budget and be allotted seed funding to successfully execute initiatives
  • Build relationships with individual students in Greek Life and help others find meaningful outlets for Jewish life on campus
  • Be a social media influencer by posting and sharing Jewish Greek Life content

Student Administrative Assistant

Capacity: 1 student

  • Complete administrative tasks under the supervision and guidance of the Executive Director
  • Organize and clean the lounge
  • Assist with fundraising, donor outreach, and donor appreciation
  • Run errands on and off campus
  • Order and take inventory of supplies
  • Compile alumni and donor databases by searching online and making phone calls

Student will receive $500 / semester

Shabbat Committee Chair

Capacity: 1 student

  • Oversee the Shabbat committee in developing and innovating the comprehensive Shabbat experience
  • Facilitate bi-weekly committee meetings
  • Plan services, menu, atmosphere, d’var torah and programming for every big Shabbat dinner
  • Delegate tasks to committee members during the week and while setting up for and cleaning up after Shabbat dinners
  • Design ‘Shabbat in a Box’ program to implement during weeks when there isn’t a big Shabbat dinner
  • Collaborate with partner organizations and student groups to co-host dinners and expand Shabbat reach and impact

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