Our Career Center features jobs from Greensboro Jewish Federation, our constituent agencies and our community partners.
The Greensboro Jewish Federation mission states that "recognizing that each Jew is responsible, one for another, the Federation promotes the welfare of the Jewish people in our community, in Israel and worldwide". We take care of each other and when help is needed, we are here to provide. Whether you are looking for a job, need some help at home, or need provisions to make ends meet, we have resources available. Please call 336-852-4829 for individual requests or more information.
The Greensboro Jewish Federation is launching a new initiative to recruit, retain, and relocate Jewish individuals and businesses to Greensboro; ultimately, to benefit all of the Jewish institutions and organizations in town. Gesher Greensboro (Gesher means “bridge” in Hebrew) is a comprehensive program of the Greensboro Jewish Federation and Jewish Family Services to engage current residents, students, and young professionals and grow our network by connecting Greensboro, its Jewish community, and various outlets for employment.
Jewish Family Services assists those seeking employment in many ways, including a a job posting listserve, networking opportunities and other supportive services. CLICK HERE for more about these services.
When Robert found himself out of work at 63 years old, a friend suggested he attend a Federation-supported employment preparation program for baby boomers. This is his story.
Jewish Family Services provides a wide array of services to help local Jewish residents maintain a high quality of life. We work to ensure that seniors in our community are well cared for—and not alone. CLICK HERE for more information about senior services including transportation van services, information and referral, counseling, case management, and ways to get involved.
Did you know the Jewish community of Greensboro has a Congregational Nurse? Through a grant from the BJH Foundation for Senior Services, Jewish Family Services has Marlene Baruch, RN, BSN, providing services for older adults and their families. Marlene's mission is to enhance the lives and health of older adults by focusing on health education and wellness counseling. CLICK HERE for more information on the congregational nurse program.
Jewish communities across the country are addressing issues of inclusion and access. Studies have shown that people with disabilities, estimated as one person in every six, are dramatically underrepresented among those engaged in Jewish life. Jewish Federation aims to reverse that trend. As a collective, Jewish Federations advocate for legislation that protects and enhances life for people with disabilities. And across North America, Federation-supported programs are creating a more inclusive environment for people with disabilities and their families within the Jewish community, with a focus on children with special needs.