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Communications Fellow (Washington, DC)

The Communications Fellow will work as part of the Foundation’s global Communications team, implementing projects and initiatives that support and advance the vision, goals, activities and impact of Schusterman and its network of partner organizations and young adults.

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Community Incubator Fellow, ROI Community (Washington, DC)

The Community Incubator Fellow will play an integral role in developing and managing the Community Incubator, a program that invests in networks working toward social change by providing access to funding, training, experts and a community of practice.

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Grantmaking Fellow (Washington, DC)

The Grantmaking Fellow will assist the Jewish and Israel Engagement grantmaking team in implementing various projects and strategic initiatives designed to strengthen the identities and leadership capacities of young Jews and help ensure a diverse Jewish future deeply connected to Israel and committed to making the world a better place.

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Leadership Initiatives Fellow (Washington, DC)

The Leadership Initiatives Fellow will help design and implement strategic initiatives related to talent, leadership and culture. The Fellow will support the operations of programs like the Schusterman Fellowship and gatherings of our grantees that focus on recruiting, developing and retaining exceptional professional and volunteer talent in the Jewish nonprofit sector.

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Portfolio Manager, Instructional Materials (San Francisco, California)

The Instructional Materials Portfolio Manager will work collaboratively to identify, evaluate and support outstanding organizations ensuring that all teachers and access and effectively use excellent curricula. The Portfolio Manager will have the opportunity to lead, learn and make critical connections across portfolios, grantees and other funders.

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Portfolio Manager, Professional Learning (San Francisco, California)

The Professional Learning Portfolio Manager will work collaboratively to identify, evaluate and support outstanding organizations who are improving teachers' instructional practice and building the capacity of schools to provide high quality, job-embedded supports for teachers. The Portfolio Manager will have the opportunity to lead, learn and make critical connections across portfolios, grantees and other funders.

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Program Development and Communications Internships (Atlanta, Georgia)

The Program Development Intern and Communications Intern will work directly with the Foundation’s team of dynamic staff to help manage and execute strategies contributing to the Foundation’s efforts to think innovatively and creatively about partnership opportunities, leadership development, engagement and communications. 

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