Camp is an incredible place to develop and launch your career. FJC Internships are amazing opportunities to develop your skills and passions in your professional and academic interest areas, all through the lens of Jewish camp!

Options range from the full semester to just a few days, and everything in between.  See below to learn about each internship option, eligibility, and application timeline.

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In all of our internships and volunteer opportunities, we are seeking to create teams that reflect the diversity of camp staff from across North America, and around the world. Individuals from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply to ensure we get the best, most creative talent from the field.

Internship Opportunities

Staff Advisory Council (SAC) - Virtual with In-Person Opportunities
Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Staff Advisory Council (SAC) aims to empower the voice, vision, and experience of Jewish camp staff and serves as an excellent leadership development opportunity for staff members returning to work at camp in 2024. Coordinated by FJC, the SAC will be comprised of young Jewish leaders who represent the diversity of the Jewish camp field and function as an essential connection between the organization and the experience of camp counselors.  

Council members will advise FJC on current and future programmatic initiatives, innovation plans, and provide essential insights to improve the staff experience in the Jewish camping field. Special committees and taskforces will also be developed to address relevant field-wide concerns such as: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), Jewish Education, Staff Mental Health & Wellness, and Staff Recruitment/Retention. SAC members will have the opportunity to network with Jewish camp professionals, share best practices, and learn from experts in the field of Jewish camp.  

This is a volunteer opportunity, in which board members will gain key experience as lay leaders with a prominent international non-profit organization. 

The SAC will meet once a month with the FJC team from October-May and will convene again shortly after the conclusion of camp for a post-summer reflection with an eye towards Summer 2025. 


  • All applicants must be current camp staff members who worked at a Jewish camp in the summer of 2023. Preference will be given to those who plan to return to a Jewish camp for summer 2024

Cornerstone Event Interns – In-Person
The Cornerstone seminar is a gathering for returning camp staff from 60+ camps across North America and around the world! Event Interns at Cornerstone work alongside FJC staff to support the logistics and operations of the faculty planning seminar (January 8-11th) and the Cornerstone seminar (May 16-23rd). They are also involved in planning and executing other programmatic aspects throughout the conference. Interns attend and facilitate Cornerstone educational programs and have access to mentorship and professional development from leading Jewish professionals and educators. 

Shared hotel accommodations, meals, and transportation costs within North America are all covered by FJC. Interns will additionally earn a stipend of $1500 for your work over the two seminars.  

All are encouraged to apply! 

Preference will be given to Cornerstone alumni and those working at camp in 2023. 


  • Must be 18 years old by January 8, 2024 to apply 
  • Required dates in-person at Capital Camps & Retreat Center in Waynesboro, PA:  
  • Faculty Planning Seminar: January 8-11, 2024
  • Cornerstone Seminar: May 16-23, 2024
Cornerstone Alumni Board (CAB) - Virtual

Members of the Cornerstone Alumni Board (CAB) will work with the FJC team as lay leaders to guide the themes and educational goals of the Cornerstone May Seminar.  

Responsibilities will include: choosing the Cornerstone theme along with the FJC team, vetting program ideas and educational material, providing consultation to Cornerstone faculty on specific program ideas, and acting as a Cornerstone ambassador. 

This is a volunteer opportunity, in which board members will gain key experience as lay leaders. 


  • Applicants must be alumni of the Cornerstone Fellowship.



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