Join the Corps
Looking to make a difference in your community? This is your moment. Join our stipended, part-time Service Corps.
Repair the World’s Service Corps mobilizes adults ages 18-29 to invest both in their communities and themselves through the lens of Jewish values.
Service Corps Members will spend a total of 10 hours per week:
1) Volunteering with local service partners, either in-person or virtually
2) Learning in Zoom sessions about Jewish approaches to justice and the lasting economic and social effects of the pandemic.
Learn more in our FAQs below.
Applications for the spring cohort, which will run between March 7 and May 13, 2022 are now open. Apply by our priority deadline on February 1.
Volunteering with different organizations through Serve the Moment has re-connected me to my community in a time when I’ve felt very self-isolated and helpless. I’m watching the world falling apart and it breaks my heart; I am such a small person but something as mundane a task to me, such as delivering groceries or packaging meals, allows me to take part in helping those in need. It lets me be a tiny part in healing the world and I am so thankful for the experience. – Natalie Guthrie, Bay Area
What is Serve the Moment?
The Jewish Service Alliance, through its program “Serve the Moment,” will mobilize tens of thousands of Jewish young adults and college students in 100,000 acts of meaningful service and learning to address the COVID-19 crisis, its economic fallout, and the current movement for racial justice. Serve the Moment will combine virtual volunteering, in-person service, and national service campaigns around specific issues during the year. Full-time stipended fellows, known as “Serve the Moment Corps Members,” will serve at nonprofit partners in up to 15 cities across the country.
What is the Service Corps?
The Service Corps mobilizes young adults ages 18-29 to invest both in their communities and themselves through a Jewish service-learning experience. Corps members will volunteer virtually or in-person, following CDC guidelines, with local service partners working to combat the lasting economic and social effects of the pandemic. Each city will have a cohort supervised by a local Repair the World staff member to integrate the themes of the program in a small group setting. Corps members will spend approximately 10 hours per week volunteering, connecting with the Jewish community, and discussing foundational elements of social justice.
What are the dates of the Service Corps?
- The Spring cohort will run between March 7 and May 13, 2022.
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