Social Media – Facebook posts- Create 2 -3 weekly Cincy Journey Posts to inform and inspire future campers and Israel travelers
Compile news articles and research studies promote the benefits of Jewish summer camp attendance and also show the value of Israel travel. These articles and studies will be used as tools to engage parents and also to support our own Cincy Journeys data.
Conduct outreach to families in Cincinnati who have not utilized Cincy Journeys Grants in the past through phone calls, emails, and personal networking.
Conduct outreach to Cincinnati young adults who have not utilized Cincy Journeys grants. This can be achieved through personal networking, phone calls, and targeted social media posts.
Conduct outreach to local partner agencies, which include congregations and youth groups. This entails making phone calls and email communication.
Provide grant-reporting support to the Cincy Journeys administrator.
Assist in preparation for the fall camp and Israel fair. This involves creating contact lists of camps and Israel programs, assisting in the planning of the event, logistics, and setup.
Good communication skills
Self-Motivated and able to work independently on projects
Collaborative, team player
Comfortable reaching out and talking to people
Microsoft Office – Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
This is a great opportunity for an individual who is interested in marketing and promotion as well as learning more about the Non Profit sector. Being able to share positive, enthusiastic personal experiences attending overnight Jewish camp or having traveled to Israel would be a plus.
About Cincy Journeys
Cincy Journeys is a grant program that enables hundreds of Jewish Cincinnati children, teens, and young adults to attend overnight Jewish Camp or travel to Israel each year. These grants are needs blind.
Overnight Jewish Camp and Israel travel gives our young community members the skills, experience, and desire to become tomorrow’s Jewish Leaders.
Cincy Journeys grants are funded by The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati and administered by the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati.