Welcome 2022 Camp Wise Staff!

For those staff that have signed a contract to work at Camp Wise, you are now eligible to apply for a variety of internships as well as some great discounts on gear for camp.

We will continue to update this page as new opportunities present or new discounts are made available.



ProDeals, depending on the company are 20-50% off deals on new equipment for folks who work in the Outdoor Recreation industry. They usually require showing a pay-stub or a letter from an employer. Staff will have to individually apply for most of these


Foundation For Jewish Camp

Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity! Camp is an incredible place to develop your career. The Foundation for Jewish Camps is excited to offer paid spring internships, at the intersection of Jewish camp and a variety of professional interest areas for any 2022 contracted domestic staff!
Internships are available for staff interested in:

  • MESSH (Mental Health)
  • Disabilities & Inclusion
  • Digital Media
  • DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion)
  • Innovation
  • And More!

Applications for the first round of internships are now open and will close on January 21st. Additional internship opportunities will open over the next few months. Time commitments will vary, with the first internships beginning as early as February. Interested staff can learn more about the internships here.

Masa Israel Teaching Fellows

Discover the Israel program that welcomes you into an international community and gives you valuable work experience to your CV. Masa Israel Teaching Fellows find themselves a part of Israeli society through teaching English and exploring the country like locals. No teaching experience? No problem! We believe there is an educator in everyone. Monthly living stipend included.

You are invited to join the 2022-2023 cohort – a pluralistic community seeking to make an impact! MITF provides you an opportunity to travel throughout Israel and live like a local.

Let’s start your journey together! Begin your application here. Unsure of where you want to teach? Choose “I need more information” when prompted to choose a city and be directed to head of MITF Recruitment, Vanessa Better, who can help you choose your future city!

Registration is on a rolling basis so let’s get you on a call and get you to Israel. Looking forward to hearing from you!

Apply for the 2022/23 MITF Cohort

Avodah’ Jewish Service Corps

The Jewish Service Corps program provides recent grads the opportunity to spend a year working, living, and learning at the intersections of activism and Jewish life. We are currently seeking young people ages 21-26 with a strong interest in anti-poverty work and a desire to learn in an inclusive Jewish framework. We believe that your camp alumni and counselors would be amazing fits for this program!

Corps Members are placed full-time at leading nonprofits grappling with some of the most urgent justice issues facing our country today. They’re supported in their crucial work by robust programming that looks at justice through a Jewish lens, and by pluralistic communal living. After the year is over, Corps Members enter our active alumni community for life. We’re excited to share that we’ve expanded our Service Corps offerings to include our new West Coast city- San Diego, as well as our Jews of Color (JOC) Bayit in New York City specifically for Corps Members who identify as JOC.

We are quickly approaching our application priority deadline of Jan. 31st! To ensure folks best chances of joining our program, apply here.

Repair the World – Spring into Service!

Applications are open for our Spring Service Corps at Repair the World. Apply or nominate someone by the February 1 priority deadline!

Are you ready to volunteer alongside your community through action and learning, na’aseh v’nishma? Join the #ServiceMovement by participating in our part-time stipended Repair the World Service Corps from March 7-May 15, 2022. This opportunity is open to all who are between 18-29 years old in our participating communities.

Apply Today

The Service Corps mobilizes young adults to invest both in their communities and themselves through the lens of Jewish values. Corps members will spend 100 hours over 10 weeks volunteering with local service partners and connecting Jewish approaches to justice through issue-area education. In 11 communities around the country, service corps cohorts will be supervised by Repair the World staff to integrate the themes of the program in a small group setting. Corps members are eligible for a stipend of up to $1,250 at the completion of the program, with additional funding available through the Economic Access Fund for those who have experienced injustice