Brandeis' Masters of Arts in Teaching Program for Jewish Day Schools
Are you interested in becoming a teacher at Jewish Day Schools? Did you know that at Brandeis, you can earn a Master's degree and teaching license for elementary or secondary education in just 13 months and do a year-long teaching internship in a local Jewish day school? In addition, many generous scholarships from Brandeis are available for you!
Interning with reSET is a great way to not only get exposure to entrepreneurship and social enterprise, but to a diverse set of industries. Our program is comprised of three components: (1) working directly with startup teams; (2) professional development education; and (3) the reSET Innovation Challenge -- an opportunity to launch your own startup to solve social and/or environmental problems in CT (all issues are also relevant on a national scale so solutions can potentially be scaled).
Past rockstar interns have come to us from UConn, Trinity, UHart, Babson, Johns Hopkins, Boston College, Wesleyan, etc.
Simon Wiesenthal Center's Government Advocacy Internship Program
This innovative 8-week program is perfect for college-aged students with a passion for politics and communal advocacy. Over the course of this program, students are provided with an opportunity to explore the mechanisms of state and local government, and also gain the chance to engage with other up-and-coming leaders from across the Jewish communal spectrum.
While we do not provide housing for this program, participants do receive a $1500 stipend upon completion of the program. We highly encourage students to send in their applications as soon as possible as our application deadline is April 10th, 2018.