Applications are now open for the 2022-23 School Year
In partnership with Hillel International, Mizzou Hillel hires a cohort of student leaders that want to help strengthen our Jewish Community.
Mizzou Hillel is dedicated to the personal and professional growth of our students. In an effort to provide both, we offer a number of paid internship opportunities for students to earn professional development and help to enrich our Jewish Community.
Three positions available
Engagement Interns are the backbone of what we do here at Mizzou Hillel. They help us identify and bring in new students. They also help develop programming for new students.
-Engage new students who participate in Hillel programs
-Identify and reach out to students that have yet to engage with Hillel
-Meet prospective students and be a welcoming face for Jewish students looking to attend Mizzou
-Work with new students to develop programming for other new students
Two positions available
Marketing interns help build a strong image for Hillel by working with our social media accounts and designing graphics for events and for our website.
-Create regular and engaging content for our various social media accounts
-Design graphics for events and website that match our brand
-Take photos and/or videos at events and programs
-Knows how use content design software including Canva and Adobe Editing Softwares (or similar editing softwares)
Two positions available
Development Interns help make Mizzou Hillel possible. They connect with our community, parents, alumni, and supporters.
-Help design and organize donor campaigns
-Assist in outreach to supporters
-Works with Mizzou Hillel Professional Staff on different initiatives
How much do interns get paid?
-We provide a stipend of $500 each semester ($1000 for the year)
How long is the internship?
-The internship runs for the full school year.
When does the internship begin?
-The internship will begin before the Fall semester with an all expenses paid Leadership Retreat from August 8-11. This Leadership Retreat will be an amazing opportunity to learn from Hillel Professionals and other Jewish students from around the country about how to be a leader on campus. Each attendee will leave the retreat with a certificate of completion (which will look good on resumes).
Do we have regular meetings?
-Yes, we have a weekly intern meetings, time and day tbd. We will ask that you keep this time available when creating your semester schedules
What if I’m planning to study abroad during one of the semesters of the internship?
-Unfortunately then this might not be the best year for you to apply as an intern. Due to required training and semester-to-semester consistency, we ask that interns accepting the job can commit to the full year. Please do consider applying before or after your study abroad school year, we would still love to have you join the team!