Welcome to St. Louis Hillel
at Washington University!

Founded in 1946, St. Louis Hillel has fostered campus Jewish life for generations of students. Our mission is to be the catalyst for Jewish life among college students in St. Louis. We connect students with one another and with Jewish culture and traditions through service and social justice, Israel engagement, religious life, and social and leadership programs. Our beautiful building reopened in the Spring of 2014 after a complete renovation, providing a warm and inviting space to relax, study, hang out with friends, attend a program or celebrate Shabbat.

We hope to see you soon!

Internships & Programs


Brandeis Collegiate Institute (BCI) is an intensive experience in Jewish learning, culture and community offered to young adults from around the world, ages 18 to 26. Through artistic exploration, dynamic trans-denominational learning, spiritual reflection, and outdoor exploration, BCI provides you with a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the diversity of Jewish culture, to envision your own Jewish life, and to connect to community. The program runs from June 16-July 12. The total cost of the program (including travel) is only $300 if you apply by March 18th! Regular application deadline is May 6th.

Click here for more information and to apply. If you are interested, contact St. Louis Hillel’s Program & Engagement Associate Miriam Ross-Hirsch, who went on the program in 2011 and can answer any questions about the program! You can contact her at Miriam@stlouishillel.org.



Hillel International is accepting applications for its 2015-2016 Bronfman Fellowship in Washington, DC. The Bronfman Fellowship offers a recent college graduate an opportunity to serve as an integral team member in the Office of the President. The Fellow will have opportunities to support both the President’s work and learn about other facets of the organization with the hope of developing professional skills and insights that will inform future Jewish leadership and a multitude of career paths. The application deadline is 2/13. Questions? Contact Oren Shuchatowitz or current Bronfman Fellow Dan Rosenberg.



Cleveland Hillel Foundation, a Jewish campus organization, is coordinating a paid, ten week, summer internship program for Jewish college students (ages 18-22) who will be juniors and seniors at an accredited college. Students have the opportunity to be hired for internships, based on skills and interests, at local businesses and non-profits, in fields such as (but not limited to) real estate, marketing/PR/advertising, IT, community relations and planning, business, accounting, finance, social work, biotech, arts and culture, radio, and more.

Interns also have the opportunity to participate in activities including professional development seminars, exclusive excursions around Cleveland, and opportunities to interact with guest speakers and community professionals 

Cleveland Hillel Foundation is not responsible for housing or transportation. Applicants will not be considered for this Program unless they have secured housing and transportation before their scheduled interview. 

  • Dates for the program are Wednesday, May 27 – Friday, July 31, 2015
  • Mandatory Orientation is on Tuesday, May 26, 2015
  • The final application deadline is January 30, 2015
  • A Skype interview is required
  • Interviews will take place between February 2-6, 2015

For more information and application details check out www.clevelandhillel.org, or email Michelle Winograd at mwinograd@clevelandhillel.org



Hillel International is accepting applications for its 2015-2016 Bronfman Fellowship in Washington, D.C.

The Bronfman Fellowship offers a recent college graduate an opportunity to serve as an integral team member in the Office of the President. During their year, the Bronfman Fellow will have opportunities to support both the President’s work and learn about other facets of the organization with the hope of developing professional skills and insights that will inform future Jewish leadership and a multitude of career paths.

Please visit hilleljobs.com under the Schusterman International Center heading for complete application instructions and the full job description.  The application deadline is Friday, February 13.  If you have any questions, please contact Oren Shuchatowitz, Talent Associate, at oshuchatowitz@hillel.org or our current Bronfman Fellow, Dan Rosenberg at drosenberg@hillel.org.



Birthright Israel Excel is an extraordinary program that provides expense-paid, ten-week summer internships in Israel for business and/or technology focused students. The positions cover the fields of finance, consulting, venture capital, bio-tech, and technology. It is a program intended to identify the future business leaders of the next generation, expose them to the global thinking and innovation that makes Israel an extraordinary business partner, all the while deepening their connection to Israel.

Additional information and the application are available at www.BirthrightIsraelExcel.com




Camp Emeth, a day camp in Creve Coeur on the grounds of Congregation Shaare Emeth, is seeking a full-time Art Specialist Intern as well as a Music Intern.  Camp Emeth is also seeking a Shiur Specialist to create and implement weekly Shiur (Judaic activities) based on the current camp theme Tikkun Middot (Mending Ourselves and Mending Our World).  The activities should be hands on and engage children ages 5 through 13.

Staff training week begins the week of June 1st.  Camp Emeth begins on June 8 and ends on July 31st.

If you are a creative, self starter looking for invaluable experience working with kids ages 5-14 this is the place for you.



Etgar 36, a summer travel program for Jewish teens, is looking for staff. Etgar 36 offers cross-country journeys in which teens develop their American and Jewish identities as well as become empowered to get involved politically and socially. As a staff member you will be able to see America, help develop the future leadership of the American and Jewish community, and get paid. Previous work with youth and involvement with youth groups/summer camp a plus. Applicants should be in good physical shape. (and have a passion for history, politics, and activism).

For more information on the program and to apply for a staff position please see the Etgar 36 website: WWW.ETGAR.ORG



Applications are available for the Jewish United Fund’s Lewis Summer Intern Program, which provides a wide range of paid internships in fields such as business development, marketing, social work, accounting, teen programming, grant writing, Jewish communal work and more.  This summer also includes select positions with for-profit businesses in our community. In addition to getting hands-on experience, interns also explore their Jewish identities and develop professional skills at weekly seminars and a weekend retreat.

All applicants must be Jewish undergraduate students (18-22 years old) who reside (parental residence) or attend school in Illinois. Applicants must have completed at least one year on campus (excluding a freshman year abroad) as of the summer start date, and have at least one semester left on campus after the internship program.

The application deadline is February 6th, 2015. For more information or to apply, please visit www.juf.org/lsip. Contact Lisette Zaid at 312-673-2353 or lisettezaid@juf.org with any questions regarding the Lewis Summer Intern Program.



Have you recently graduated from college (or about to) and trying to figure out what’s next?  Would you like a meaningful work experience, while earning a quality salary while you decide?  If you are a dynamic Jewish role model who loves to work with children and teens, and are recently out of college, then we need to talk!  We are prepared to give you an opportunity to build up your resume and provide mentoring opportunities in a variety of professions in exchange for your willingness to help us engage our youth.  Contact us to learn more about our inaugural Beth El Synagogue Youth Engagement Fellowship.

The ideal Youth Engagement Fellow (YEF) will be the face of our youth programming and engage and involve our youth in all aspects of synagogue life.  Initial fellowship is for 2 years, with potential for extending.

It doesn’t get better than this…..

  • Egalitarian, Conservative community with a solid commitment to Shabbat, Kashrut, and the Conservative Movement
  • Amazing, dedicated, and bright young people who love Judaism and their community
  • Staff and lay leadership who “get it,” with a strong background and commitment to informal Jewish education
  • Robust budget for programming
  • Generous compensation (with available benefits)
  • We are a special community and we need your help to make us even better!
  • Mentoring opportunities in your chosen (or desired) field of work.  hands-on experience with seasoned professionals 5-10 hours per week
  • The YEF needs to be a regular presence at our synagogue and be prepared to inspire a new generation of Jewish youth

Are you ready for the best job of your life? If so, please request a complete job description and send your resume to salzipursky@gmail.com



The Collegiate Leadership Internship Program (CLIP) is a selective summer internship experience in New York City or Tel Aviv that seeks to foster and develop professional and lay leadership in the Jewish community. Organized by the Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at NYU, CLIP matches undergraduate students who have an interest in Jewish life and culture with engaging, substantive internships at a variety of for-profit, non-profit, and Jewish communal organizations.  Interns spend four days each week at their job placements and one day each week in meaningful, participant-driven seminars. CLIP provides interns with mentorship, opportunities to develop competitive professional skills, and a community of talented and driven peers with whom to think and grow.

CLIP New York is open to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors.  Applicants must be able to find summer residence in the New York City metropolitan area for the duration of the program. Limited housing may be available through NYU Summer Housing. Upon completing the program, interns receive a $2,300 stipend.

CLIP Onward Israel is open to students (including the class of 2015 and graduate students) who attend college or have a permanent address in the five boroughs of New York, Long Island, or Westchester. Preference is given to students with one previous short-term Israel experience (e.g. Birthright Israel or a teen travel program).

Want to learn more?  Check out our website at clip.bronfmancenter.org to learn more about CLIP and submit your application.

Questions?  Contact Jay Herman at clipynyu@gmail.com or 212-998-4121. For questions specific to CLIP: Onward Israel contact David Schaum at cliponwardisrael@gmail.com or 212-998-4130.



Masa Israel Teaching Fellows is a 10-month service learning program for exceptional college graduates with the opportunity to work as English teachers’ aides in underserved classrooms throughout Israel.

After an initial training with leading educators from across Israel, Masa Israel Teaching Fellows quickly become an integral part of the communities in which they live, work and volunteer. When they are not teaching, they develop professional and leadership skills, learn Hebrew and tour Israel. They also have the opportunity to design their own volunteer projects based on their personal interests.

For more info visit http://israelteachingfellows.org/the-fellowship-experience/the-experience/



Olin Business School, part of Washington University in St. Louis, has partnered with the Arison School of Business and Adelson School of Entrepreneurship at IDC Herzliya to develop a Global Master of Finance (GMF) program that also focuses on new venture creation.  Graduates earn a Master of Science in Finance (MSF) degree from Washington University  and a Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship from IDC Herzliya.

During the 11-month program, students gain expertise in areas such as investment theory and venture creation.  Equally important, the program exposes students to US governmental institutions and policies, global financial markets, Israel’s deeply rooted tradition of technology-based innovation, and Israeli startups.

Augment your MSF courses at Olin with IDC Herzliya’s certificate curriculum, focused on innovation, entrepreneurship, and advanced finance and economics.  For more information, please visit olin.wustl.edu/globalmasterfinance or email globalfinanceidc@wustl.edu