OLAM’s Individual Membership is open to Jewish practitioners working in the fields of international development, humanitarian assistance, and global service. Members are employees of a non-sectarian (not Jewish) organization or company, independent consultants, entrepreneurs, retired, or in between positions, with a minimum of 2 years of work experience in these fields or have graduated from a degree related to international development.
Repair The World
Repair the World inspires American Jews to give their time and effort to serve those in need. We aim to make service a defining part of American Jewish life. Nationally, Repair's campaigns mobilize people around the country to volunteer and engage in deep issue-based conversation. On the grassroots-level, our flagship program Repair the World Communities offers young adults the opportunity to spend a year mobilizing their peers to serve alongside them.
Shalom Corps' mission is to promote a scaled global Jewish volunteer movement by supporting responsible and significant volunteerism grounded in Jewish values and engaging participants in meaningful Jewish learning experiences.
Society for International Development Israel Branch
SID-Israel is a nonprofit that aims to galvanize Israeli society to broad involvement in the field of international development and foreign aid through a platform for joint action and dialogue. SID promotes and advances study, professional trainings, capacity-building and local and international networking and acts to create an enabling environment for individuals, organizations, and government agencies in Israel in the field of international development and aid work.