Madrichim Progam

Do you enjoy working with children? Do you find yourself wishing you could hear more of Rabbi Alex's awesome jokes? Are you interested in earning some extra money and/or community service hours during the school year? Here's your chance...

Program Commitments:

  • Work with students during Religious School: either on Sundays from 9:20 am – 12:00 pm or Wednesdays from 4:20 – 6:30pm.
  • Attend one, 1 hour and 30 minutes “training session” on a selected Sunday (snacks and socializing included)
  • Must be in high school (grades 9 -12)
  • Must be punctual and committed to responsibilities, attending all sessions. In the event that you cannot attend a session, Rabbi Amy must be notified 3 days before, or as soon as possible (in the event of an emergency).
  • Compensation: $18/session, community service hours, or a combination of the two.
  • Those students who participated in the 2016-17 Madrichim training program will earn $19/session.

The first 10 interested students to apply and meet the requirements will be selected for the available positions.

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Rabbi Amy will call to schedule a brief interview upon receipt of your application.


 

To Apply, please use the form below:

Religious School - Madrichim Application

  • This program is only open to students entering 9-12 grades in the Fall.
  • You must be punctual and committed to attending all sessions. In the event that you cannot attend a session, Rabbi Amy must be notified 3 days before, or as soon as possible in the event of an emergency.
  • Rabbi Amy may need to call you for a brief interview upon receipt of your application. What is the best day and time to reach you?
  • I understand that I am committing to work with the religious school during the 2017-2018 school year and that the school will be depending on me to be there. I will be assisting teachers who rely on my support to run a successful and joyful educational program. If I miss more than 20% of the sessions to which I have committed, I understand that I may be asked to switch to volunteer status instead of being paid for my time in order to make room for another student who is able to commit to the program.
    (Please enter your initials or name in the box below to indicate you agree to the terms stated above).
  • I understand that my child is committing to work with the religious school during the 2017-2018 school year and that the school will be depending on him/her to be there. S/he will be assisting teachers who rely on her/his support to run a successful and joyful educational program. If s/he misses more than 20% of the sessions to which s/he has committed, I understand that s/he may be asked to switch to volunteer status instead of being paid for his/her time in order to make room for another student who is able to commit to the program.
    (Please enter your initials or name in the box below to indicate you are giving permission as stated above).

 

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