NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing Junior Training Specialist/IACT Coordinator for Israel Engagement in New York, New York
The Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at NYU is seeking a full-time IACT Coordinator for Israel Engagement to connect hundreds of students to Jewish learning, service, and Israel engagement. They will market, recruit, plan, implement and staff two annual Birthright Israel trips (winter and summer) in consultation with Bronfman Center staff, students, and strategic partners. The IACT Coordinator will work with students prior to their departure and upon their return from their Birthright Israel experiences, developing activities to engage students in Jewish life on campus by encouraging them to become involved as leaders and participants in student-organized Jewish programming and groups and by directing them to and facilitating their participation in existing Israel-related opportunities on and off campus.
The IACT Coordinator will be part of a national cohort of professionals in the Hillel International's “Inspired, Active, Committed, Transformed” (IACT) Israel initiative.
What You’ll Do
Plan, implement and lead high quality Birthright Israel trips for the winter and summer seasons.
Research best practices and strategies in marketing and recruitment to increase the number of Birthright Israel trip participants from NYU.
Research, develop, and implement curricula that effectively engages Birthright Israel participants in continued campus activities and Jewish life in the areas of Israel education/advocacy, community service, and Jewish life and learning; develop personalized follow-up with Birthright alumni to deepen individuals’ connection to Jewish life.
Engage trip participants in Jewish life before and after the trip, especially in the areas of Shabbat and holidays, service projects, and learning (including courses in the Jewish Learning Fellowship).
Create and maintain a vast network of meaningful, authentic relationships across campus, and transform Jewish life on campus through Birthright Israel and related experiences.
Supervise student recruitment interns who will support Birthright recruitment and related administrative tasks.
Position the Bronfman Center as the premier Birthright option (and the only official NYU trip) for students at NYU.
Engage and recruit students from diverse backgrounds for additional Israel travel experiences, including Israel Insights.
Facilitate the activities of student groups relating to Jewish Life/Israel-programming and education.
Act as a resource for students wishing to continue their Israel education and engagement.
Competitive salary in the nonprofit marketplace. This position is full time and includes a comprehensive package of benefits including health insurance, generous vacation/sick time, family leave, tuition benefits. See NYU's website (https://www.nyu.edu/employees/benefit/full-time/professional-research-staff.html) for more information. The Bronfman Center provides professional development, mentorship, and skill-building opportunities for all of its team members.
About the Bronfman Center:
In 1996, the Edgar M. Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life was founded at New York University as a home for Jewish students and a Jewish center for the whole university. As NYU has become a global network university, with 14 campuses worldwide, the Bronfman Center has become a global platform for encounter and innovation, broadening our influence to Jewish communities all over the world.
the voices of Jewish young adults
the depth of Jewish tradition and its legacy of questioning,
the intellectual and global resources of NYU,
the energy of New York City,
the Bronfman Center is an inclusive home, interweaving students, scholars, and community partners who enhance their lives and the world around them through transformative learning and action.
The Bronfman Center strives to be:
A home for Jewish students, and a Jewish center for the whole of New York University.
A model member of influential networks of counterpart institutions, including Hillels, New York Jewish organizations, and NYU departments.
An incubator of ideas which enhances Jewish communal thinking, confronts core issues, and translates them into trainings for lay and professional leaders.
A leading partner in civic and Jewish life in Lower Manhattan.
A New York counterpart to global Jewish communities
The Bronfman Center is a department of New York University. See more at www.bronfmancenter.org.
This position is funded in partnership with Hillel International.
About Hillel International
In 1923, Rabbi Benjamin Frankel started Hillel with humble means, a noble mission and a breathtaking vision: to convey Jewish civilization to a new generation. Today, Hillel International continues to enrich the lives of Jewish students and is the largest Jewish campus organization in the world at more than 550 colleges and universities across North America and around the world. As Hillel evolves as an organization, the mission remains steadfast: to create lasting connections with every Jewish student that foster an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning, and Israel and train them to become the next Jewish leaders.