At Studio 70, we pride ourselves on being a learning organization. Everyone is encouraged to bring their strengths, experience, and interests and to find new ways to stretch, grow, learn and contribute. Through cultivating a culture of learning within the organization, we are better able to serve our community as we strive to support and implement innovative models of Jewish education. As we grow, we are looking for lifelong learners with a passion for Jewish education and a strong collaborative spirit to join our team. To inquire or apply, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Edah SF Director - Part Time, San Francisco
The Edah San Francisco Director will take the helm of Edah SF as it expands to two grades (K and 2), two days per week (Tu/Th) in 2018-19. The Edah SF Director is an experienced Jewish educator interested in working on an innovative project on a growth trajectory. She or he is both the director and lead educator, responsible for the full implementation of the program.
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Educator - Part Time, Berkeley
Edah Educators are responsible for nurturing the learning, culture, and spirituality of the Edah afterschool program. Working directly with children, educators participate in circle time, song sessions, and games, and staff one of a number of different outcomes-focused, Hebrew language infused learning stations including an art studio, a Hebrew reading and writing library, a maker corner, a restaurant, and more.
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Madrich/a - Part Time, Berkeley
Madrichim/madrichot are creative, energetic, experienced, and knowledgeable aspiring educators with a high level of Hebrew language fluency and knowledge of Jewish tradition, ritual, and texts. Madrichim/madrichot serve as teachers aids in Edah, a Hebrew-immersive afterschool program, helping to facilitate Jewish learning for children in grades K-5. This is a part-time position of 4-15 hours/week from September-June.
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