Externship Opportunities

Job development through our Externship Program makes it possible for residents to update their skills in diverse business industries while being paid by Beit T’Shuvah. The average length of time for an Externship is six months, and these opportunities are composed of both Beit T’Shuvah alumni businesses and those of our surrounding communities. These options vary from digital brand marketing, local temple administration, and many other businesses personally sought out by residents. Through consistent communication, the career center seeks to facilitate and ensure successful outcomes for both the employers and our clients. Many businesses that have participated in this process report great satisfaction in helping bridge the unemployment gap for the residents and have hired from our pool of externs. The possibilities for the residents are twofold: they may be hired after a period of successful performance on the job, and they have acquired new skills to contribute to another company in a related field. The career center welcomes businesses that would like to provide an externship opportunity to connect with us. We are committed to making this a beneficial program, both for our clients and the companies at which they extern.

Please contact the Career Center at 310 204-5200 Ext. 217 for more information.

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