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The Adventure Rabbi Adventureship for Jewish Educators

Adventure Rabbi is proud to announce the rollout of a new program. We’re launching the Adventureship and are looking for Colorado’s Jewish leaders to be part of our inaugural year.

The Adventureship is an entry-level fellowship that offers flexible hours to fit around your busy schedule. You can earn extra money while growing as an educator, impacting the Jewish youth of Boulder, and giving back to the community in a meaningful way. Fellows will be mentored for the duration of their Adventureship by a small, caring, and supportive staff and will be taught the skills required to be an excellent educator. There are also extra earning opportunities and room for growth in the congregation.

The skills learned in this fellowship will help you be more confident in all future endeavors. You will hone your organizational and people-skills, teaching methodology, and work ethic. Additionally, you will develop specific skills of Hebrew liturgy and Torah chanting that will allow you to access and lead Judaism with a whole new skill set and fresh approach.

If you are interested in being part of this amazing opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter to our Director of Education, Elaine Barenblat at elaine@adventurerabbi.org or by mail to 5353 Manhattan Circle #103 Boulder, CO 80303. Immediate opportunities are available.

In your cover letter, please state your experience with Hebrew tutoring if not obvious in your resume. Please also explain in your own words what you hope to get out of this Fellowship or what you hope this Fellowship with provide you.

 

About Elaine Barenblat

Elaine hails from San Antonio Texas, but has been fortunate enough to live all over the United States. While she has a degree in Early Childhood and Special Education, her work with the Adventure Rabbi Congregation in Boulder, CO focuses around Jewish Education for students in grades 1-6, B’nai Mitzvah training, teen programming, and hosting events for 20s and 30s.
She’s found her forever home nestled in the Foothills, and she hopes to meet you around town soon!

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