Volunteer Leadership Positions
The Center for Jewish Life (CJL) Student Board is an organization of undergraduate students whose main task is to program activities and events to serve anyone in the Princeton community who enjoys Judaism, Jewish culture, Zionism, or just having a good time.
The Student Board is divided into the Executive Board and the Programming Board. The Executive Board consists of four elected positions: President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary. The Executive Board is responsible for directing programming and ensuring that important issues related to Judaism are addressed by the student body, and that good Jewish times are had by all who seek them. The Programming Board consists of four 3-4 person committees, with one Executive Board member sitting on each committee. Appointments to the Programming Board are made by the Executive Board after an application process. The Programming Board is responsible for brainstorming ideas and executing regular activities and events.
Affiliate Group Leadership
For more information about getting involved in our affiliated student groups please visit the Student Group page.
Campus Entrepreneur Initiative (CEI)
Reach out to Jewish friends in existing social networks and connect them to Jewish life in ways that are meaningful and relevant to them.
Build relationships with individuals by taking them out for coffee or yogurt dates.
Develop strategies for creating customized meaningful Jewish experiences for your relationship.
- Plan initiatives and programs that help implement these strategies
- Meet weekly with CJL staff for professional development training and supervision
- Engage in weekly Jewish learning with CJL staff and other opportunities for your own Jewish enrichment.
Jewish Residential Counselors (JRC)
JRCs connect Jewish students to the Center for Jewish Life.
- Act as a Liaison between the CJL and the residential colleges
- Reach out to Jewish freshman, welcome them to campus, and inform them about activities/services/programs at the CJL
- Help organize specific orientation activities
- Meet and escort freshmen to Shabbat dinners during the September and October, and continue attending at least one Shabbat dinner per month for the rest of the year
- Plan 2-3 study breaks per semester
- Build relationships with individual freshmen by taking them out for coffee or yogurt dates
- Meet monthly with CJL staff advisor and CEIs for sharing best practices.
- Optional weekly sessions with CEIs for professional development training and Jewish enrichment.
The JRC application process starts late in the spring semester. For more information about applying for a JRC position, contact Arielle Greenwald.