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Work with Repair the World

Repair the World mobilizes Jews and their communities to take action to pursue a just world, igniting a lifelong commitment to service. We believe in service completed in deep partnership with the community and rooted in learning about the broader social issues affecting our communities.

Our Offerings

Repair the World can help your organization “do service” and manage volunteer programs more effectively.

Repair the World trains volunteer program leaders, promotes individual learning, inspires action to address critical social issues in our communities, and directs service organizations and individuals who want to organize meaningful service experiences.

Each Repair the World training is planned with you and tailored to the needs of your community or organization.

Repair the World service learning experts are also available to speak at congregations, community events, or conferences.


Repair the World offers trainings and workshops on the following service learning topics: Building Community Partnerships; Recruiting and Engaging Teens and Millennials in Service; Power and Privilege in the Volunteer Experience; Integrating Learning and Reflection in the Volunteer Experience; Evaluating Service Programs; and Jewish Perspectives on Service.


Repair the World educators are available to travel to your community to provide in-person workshops or to facilitate web-based trainings.


Contact us to schedule a training today. Why? You tell us! Why is service learning important to your organization? We’ll work with you to build workshops that fit your needs and priorities.

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We consult with a range of organizations to build their capacity to design and implement effective Jewish service learning programs. A few examples of consulting projects include:


How is your organization currently utilizing and/or managing volunteers? Is volunteer service meeting a high priority community need? Are volunteers effective?  Is the service experience meaningful? Whether your program is new or looking to make some changes, an organizational assessment will help you determine where you are and where you want to go.


We can assist you with forming a plan for recruiting, managing, and retaining volunteers, as well as incorporating Jewish and social issue learning.


At Repair the World we believe volunteer projects should be rooted in a respectful, mutually beneficial partnership with an organization that has deep ties and strong relationships in the community. We can work with you to plan and strengthen these partnerships to create a more meaningful, impactful service learning program.


We will work with you to create a comprehensive plan for your service learning program, which includes a vision, goals, concrete action steps, and evaluation concepts.

Please contact us to discuss your individual consulting needs.  We’ll work with you to design a consulting project that fits your organization and priorities.

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A library of Repair the World’s reports, toolkits, and articles can be found on the Resources page of our website.

Haven’t found what you’re looking for? Repair the World embraces the diversity of individuals and groups engaged in Jewish service learning and understands that educational needs may vary across groups. We want to work with you to co-design resources that are just right for your unique audience!

If you’d like to work with Repair the World to co-design educational resources or volunteer facilitator materials tailored to your organization’s unique audience(s), please contact us.

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Who We've Worked With

Repair the World has worked with a diverse range of organizations, through consultation, workshops, speaking engagements, and co-created educational materials. Some of the organizations we’ve worked with include:

Jewish Communal Organizations

  • BBYO
  • Moishe House
  • UJA-Federation of New York
  • Rekindle: A Shabbat Studio
  • Kings Bay Y
  • Campus Hillels
  • MASA Leadership Fellows
  • JPRO Network


  • Adat Shalom, Bethesda, MD
  • Rye Synagogue, Rye, NY
  • Congregation Magen David of Manhattan
  • The Jewish Center
  • Congregation Tiffereth Israel
  • Merrick Jewish Center
  • Brooklyn Heights Synagogue


  • Conference on Volunteering and Service
  • BBYO International Leadership Training Conference
  • BBYO International Convention
  • Builders of Jewish Education Service-Learning Conference
  • Yeshivat Hadar Alumni Conference

Community Based Organizations

  • Association of Jewish Family & Children’s Agencies

Educational Organizations

  • Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion

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