TAKE ACTION: New volunteer, work, and study opportunities

In response to COVID-19, many of our partners have developed new ways to engage volunteers, especially through online offerings. Some organizations are planning ahead and have already opened applications for volunteer programs in the field, with the hope that it will be possible to run them safely later in the year. Others continue to provide work and study opportunities for those interested in international development and humanitarian aid. Learn more!



Photo Credit: JDC Entwine

JDC Entwine is launching Insider Connections: Global Virtual Service, an opportunity to virtually volunteer with communities in need across the Former Soviet Union, Israel, and beyond. JDC Entwine volunteers engage in meaningful service, and take part in the work that JDC does in over 70 countries worldwide as a leading humanitarian aid organization. You can make an impact by committing 1-3 hours weekly for 1-3 months. Knowledge of Hebrew or Russian is a plus!

Apply here!


Volunteers in Mitzpe Ramon (Photo Credit: Project Ten)

Project TEN is an international development organization that operates volunteer centers in Israel and and other countries, within communities in need. They bring together young Jewish adults from all over the world to follow a program that combines volunteer work with local communities, as well as service-learning in the fields of international development, culture, identity, and Jewish activism.

Project Ten is now recruiting volunteers for their centers in Israel! Learn more about volunteering in Mitzpe Ramon here and in Kibbutz Harduf here.

Project Ten is also recruiting volunteers for their centers in South Africa, Ghana, Greece, Uganda or Mexico, for January 2021 or later in the year depending on travel and safety restrictions. Learn more about it here!

Apply here!


Do you have expertise in accounting, communications, graphic design, finance, marketing, research, PR, etc. or have some other skill you’d like to share? Volunteer digitally with Skills for Impact, an initiative spearheaded by Repair the World in partnership with OLAM and others, that matches nonprofits to volunteers who share skills over the phone or virtually. Volunteers help nonprofits — including 10 OLAM partner organizations — meet the urgent needs of the communities they serve, and have the opportunity to join our Jewish communal effort to support those on the front-line of the COVID-19 crisis.

Apply here!



Applications are still open for the Glocal MA program in International Development at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem!

Glocal International Development is an innovative, interdisciplinary 18-month MA program which aims to effectively translate academic research into practical understanding conducive to work with communities and development organizations across the globe.

Apply here!

New! MASA is now giving scholarships to students accepted onto the program! Find out if you are eligible here.