Internships

"Mayyim Hayyim showed me the way a well-organized institution should function. Its success lies in the enthusiasm of the employees, their commitment to success, and their responsible stances from fiscal concerns to logistical ones."
Rachel Renz, Yeshiva University, 2010, 2012

Mayyim Hayyim Seeks Interns for the Aliza Kline Internship in Jewish Professional Leadership

Join the most innovative and dynamic organization in the greater Boston area. Mayyim Hayyim Living Waters Community Mikveh and Education Center seeks savvy, motivated, self-starter undergraduate or graduate student interns.

Named after our founding Executive Director, the Aliza Kline Internship in Jewish Professional Leadership provides a unique opportunity to become an integral part of a small and industrious team of passionate professionals, where interns are given the opportunity for hands-on learning, professional development, training, and opportunities for reflection.

Projects are determined based on student interests and organizational needs. Possibilities include:

  • Working on annual major benefit event, including working closely with development staff, lay leaders, outside vendors and consultants, gift solicitation, volunteer recruitment and logistics, marketing and communications
  • Sharing the Mayyim Hayyim model with other communities around the country, encouraging the creation and support of like-minded mikva’ot
  • Managing the Mayyim Hayyim blog, web updates, social networking platforms and multimedia
  • Identifying solutions for improving Mayyim Hayyim’s appointment scheduling and booking system, including researching software and integration options, consulting with other mikva’ot, and making recommendations based on Mayyim Hayyim’s unique requirements

Interns will work a minimum of 15 hours per week. Dates are flexible and a stipend may be available.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and the name and contact information for one reference to our Executive Director.

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  • COVID-19 Update

    At this time Mayyim Hayyim is open for immersions and has made a number of adjustments to our regular procedures. Our education center and art gallery are temporarily closed to minimize traffic and possible exposure in order to create the safest possible environment for those who wish to immerse. See here for more information about using the mikveh during this time.