Kevah is always looking for outstanding, dynamic educators with a passion for teaching Jewish texts. If you've had at least one year of formal training in classical Jewish texts, and you're passionate about facilitating an engaging conversation for Jewish adults, we'd love to hear from you!
What do Kevah educators do?
- Prepare all curricular materials and source sheets for each class (Kevah’s Director of Education is available for consultation).
- Facilitate Kevah Groups. Groups usually operate on a fixed schedule, meeting for 1.5 hours monthly or bi-weekly. The educator generally structures and leads the conversation, and our goal is to create an informal, rich, and meaningful learning experience for group participants.
- Invite and respond to feedback from the Group Host throughout the duration of the group. (Duration may be a semester or year, or a shorter period for pilot groups.)
- Check in with the Director of Education before group launch, following the first two sessions, and at the end of each semester.
Kevah educators are generally independent contractors, paid on a monthly basis, to lead one or two Kevah Groups.
Current Educator Openings
Educator: independent contractor, teaching a few times a month (openings in the San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, and Colorado)