Date Coordinator Intern
Job Responsibilities and Expectations
- The Engagement Data Coordinator is responsible for the uploading and maintenance of our engagement tracking system. The data coordinator is responsible for leading the mass import of student information into REACH, and logging the event attendance and individual coffee dates of students and staff into REACH.
- The Engagement Data Coordinator meets with the Assistant Director one time a week to review progress, address challenges, and create weekly action plans to assist with the uploading and maintenance of our engagement data base.
- The Engagement Data Coordinator works on average four to five hours a week to facilitate accurate engagement measurement.
- The Engagement Data Coordinator commits to maintaining the privacy of our students’ personal information – cell phone numbers, e-mails, etc.
- The Engagement Data Coordinator keeps and maintains a weekly hour sheet. This can be submitted electronically or in person.
Hillel Staff Responsibilities and Expectations
- You can expect me to be prepared, engaged, and thoughtful in our meetings.
- You can expect me to keep our meetings sacred; they are a time for us to problem solve together and ensure you get the support that you need.
- You can expect me to keep your job description consistent; while it may change on the edges, the core of your job will be to clean up our current data input system on Google Docs, to upload it to REACH, and to add information as it comes along.
- You can expect to receive the training you need to do your job well; this includes basic training in Microsoft Excel, Google Docs, and REACH. Additional trainings may be required as the job develops.
Email Resume to Penn State Hillel Assistant Director: Rachel Dingman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Penn State Hillel’s Phone-a-Thon is a year-long, student-led fundraising initiative. The Phone-A-Thon internship provides an opportunity to gain professional, leadership and relationship building skills. As a Student Caller, you play an integral role in helping Penn State Hillel achieve its mission. Student Callers
reach out to alumni, parents and general supporters of our organization to raise money over the phone for our incredible programming (i.e. Shabbat dinners, the Chicken Soup Hotline, Israel events, etc.). If you are interested in fundraising for the future of Jewish life at Penn State, please apply below. For more information, contact Hannah Giterman, Director of Community Engagement, at email@example.com
We’re hiring a team of chefs to cook for our weekly Shabbat dinners! Each chef must work at least 2 weeks a semester.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Prepare the weekly Friday Shabbat dinners (currently for about 60-80 people/week) includes a meat, vegetarian and gluten-free option
- Creation of weekly menu plans and grocery list to provide the grocery shopper
- Managing a kosher kitchen and following all kosher food laws
- Abiding by ServSafe requirements
ServSafe certified preferred. There is an opportunity to get certified.
This job entails about 10 hours of work a week with a flexible schedule. Hours are typically completed between Wednesday-Friday.
**Hospitality Management Majors: These hours count towards your 1000-hour of work graduation requirement**
If you are interested in this job, please send Jamie Butler firstname.lastname@example.org your resume. Also, please reach out to her if you have any questions.
Penn State Hillel’s mission is to enrich the lives of the estimated 4,000-6,000 Jewish students at Penn State so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Penn State Hillel is committed to excellence, innovation, accountability, and results.