FAQs for Kohn Summer Intern Hosts
If you’re interested in hosting a Kohn intern, we want to hear from you! We encourage Jewish organizations and synagogues in San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin, Sonoma or the Greater East Bay to apply.
What is the Kohn Summer Intern Program?
The 8-week Kohn Summer Intern Program typically starts in mid-June, and interns work Monday through Thursday. On Friday, we hold seminars at the Jewish Community Federation’s San Francisco office that focus on professional development and important issues related to the Jewish community.
The primary objectives of the program are for interns to:
- Develop professional and practical skills by working at a Jewish organization
- Evaluate opportunities for future professional or volunteer involvement in the Jewish community
- Gain familiarity with the structure of local Jewish organizations
- Increase knowledge of current events related to the Jewish community Interns work on a variety of projects, including, but not limited to development/fundraising, social media, marketing, public relations, journalism, political advocacy, public affairs, event planning and direct service with youth or the elderly.
JVS staff work with organizations and interns to ensure a productive and meaningful work experience. Although office work is an aspect of any position, we encourage organizations to steer away from giving interns high volumes of “busy work.”
How much does it cost to host an intern?
Agency fee range from $1,500-$3,250 and is based on your annual budget. See the fee structure below for recommendations.
|Annual Operating Budget||Fee to JVS|
|Tier one (under 999K)||$1,500|
|Tier two ($1mil – $3mil)||$3,000|
|Tier three (over $3mil)||$3,250|
Complete a brief application and we’ll be in touch.
Contact our Jewish Community Outreach Coordinator, Aryeh Fein, at email@example.com