Repair the World Service Corps Application Spring 2022

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Overview of the Repair the World Service Corps

Repair the World’s service corps mobilizes adults ages 18-29 to invest both in their communities and themselves through the lens of Jewish values. Service corps members will spend a total of 10 hours per week 1) Volunteering with local service partners and 2) Connecting Jewish approaches to justice with issue-area education surrounding the lasting economic and social effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In eleven cities around the country, service corps cohorts will be supervised by Repair the World staff to integrate the themes of the program in a small group setting. Corps members are eligible for a stipend of up to $1,250, with additional equity funding available.

Read our FAQs here to get more information about the program.

The priority deadline is February 1, 2022 at 11:59 pm ET and the final deadline is February 28, 2022 at 11:59 pm ET. Interviews and acceptances will be conducted on a rolling basis.

Your contact info

This does not need to be your legal name. What would you like us to call you?

This does not need to be your legal name. What would you like us to call you?

We need each corps member’s full legal name for auditing purposes. We understand that legal names don’t always reflect an individual’s identity, and this information will be kept confidential.

Some examples include she/her, he/him, they/them, ze/hir, and fae/faer

(i.e. not your work or college email address)

Permanent Address (where you can receive mail at least until May 2022)

More about you

i.e. school, work, current service year

Optional. If your school isn't appearing as a suggestion, simply type it in

The organizations listed are members of the Jewish Service Alliance. If an organization you are involved with doesn't appear as a suggestion, move on to the next question.

How you got here

Select all that apply

If you heard about the Service Corps from a past corps member, share their name here.

Location and Service Preferences

100 words maximum

Your eligibility is not determined based on whether you can serve in-person or virtually

We will do our best to accommodate requests, but can not ensure that we will have service partners available in these areas

Resume and Video or Short Essay Response

We want to get to know you better and hear you in your own words. In this part of the application, you will be asked to create a short, informal video OR short written response to the question:
  • What are you hoping to learn and achieve during the Service Corps?
Videos should be no longer than 2 minutes in length and written responses should be no more than 250 words.

* As a Note: We do not judge an application by video quality or an ability to video edit. We are happy to accept someone speaking into their smartphone or a camera just as much as someone who wants to create an edited video.
For instructions on uploading your video, click here

Please include the information for one reference. This should be an individual who has supervised you as a teacher, mentor, supervisor, manager, boss, volunteer coordinator, etc. (do not provide peer/friend references).

Optional Demographic Questions
The following questions are optional and will not be considered in your application process. Throughout the application process this demographic data will only be used in aggregate; it will not be tied to your individual application, be used in any future applications you may submit, or be seen by your interviewer. It is worth noting that this data will be tied to your individual profile in our system.

Repair the World is interested in collecting demographic data to ensure that we are serving a broad and diverse population. Your responses will help us better understand the diversity of our applicant pool and hold us accountable to any biases we may have through our recruitment and interview process.

The data you choose to provide below is protected. It will be stored on Repair's servers and only people who are on the Repair team, or are members of Repair’s trusted evaluation partners, will see your responses.

By disability, we are referring to a long-lasting or chronic condition (such as physical, visual, auditory, cognitive, emotional or other) that requires ongoing accommodations for you to conduct daily life activities (such as your ability to see, hear or speak; to learn, remember or concentrate)
When you apply as a Corps Member, you agree to be added to Repair the World’s mailing list. We will send relevant updates about Repair the World and other national programming.
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