Hineni (hee-NEY-nee) means "Here I am" in Hebrew. It represents a willingness to step forward and serve. Our Hineni Volunteer Network is a pilot program designed to help you discover and take on impactful governance and advisory roles in the Greater Boston Jewish community.
CJP has always served as a community convener, and we’re excited to bring together organizations seeking expertise with volunteers willing to help. Our Hineni Volunteer Network can aid in streamlining the process of connecting you to a role best suited to your unique talents.
The Hineni Volunteer Network is designed to bring diverse voices to the table--we want you to be part of the coversation. While some roles may be available at CJP, the majority are with other nonprofit Jewish organizations.
You’ve got skills and strengths that could make a meaningful impact. We hope you’ll consider signing up, telling us about your talents and experience, and connecting to opportunities for personal, professional, and community-wide development.
Benefits of participating in CJP’s Hineni Volunteer Network include:
Hineni might be right for you if:
How it works:
Register by filling out the application form. You’ll provide your contact information, your volunteer interests, and your experience, skills, and bio. A volunteer leader at CJP will then set up a quick virtual welcome meeting to learn more about you and welcome you to the network. As our partners contact us looking for volunteer leaders to fill particular roles, we'll pass your information on when we see a possible match. Please note: personal contact information will be kept confidential until confirmed mutual interest from both the volunteer leader and the organization.
The Hineni Volunteer Network is currently in the pilot phase. If your organization is looking for volunteers for governance or advisory roles and would like to be part of our next phase, reach out to Dara Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.