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Ozerim Application 5781

Tell us about you!
This is the first part of the application and it is used to collect information about the teen applying to work as an ozer/ozeret. 

If you are logged in to your ShulCloud account, parts of this section of the form will fill automatically with information from your account. If you need to make any changes, you can enter the new information into this form, and your account information will be updated when the form is submitted.

What roles are you interested in?
Read about each ozer/ozeret opportunity and mark your interest in each.  You may not get your first choice; we do our best to match everyone's skills and interests with their positions.
Special needs aides mentor and support children with special needs at CBS. Ozerim who choose this option will learn the skills needed to provide individualized support and practice these skills while engaging with children in the religious school.
This option involves working with your assigned classroom teacher and students.  You will learn how to teach with our talented teachers as your mentors, while at the same time developing strong leadership skills.  Typical assignments vary based on ages of students, but can include helping serve snack, coaching students as a class on Hebrew and T’fillot, reading stories, or leading activities.
This option requires outstanding Hebrew reading and t’filla skills.  You will be working one-on-one with students and small groups to improve their Hebrew reading and confidence.  
This option requires a good knowledge of songs for Jewish holidays and will involve going around and teaching Jewish songs in different classrooms. If you play an instrument such as guitar or piano that you can use to accompany the students, that would be ideal.  This ozer will be asked to work approximately 2 Sundays per month.
You will be a logistics officer, helping to ensure the smooth running of the school.  Your tasks may range from greeting people at the door, handing out flyers, making copies, to sorting through supplies, to office work, to organizing, to filming and photographing the classes in action, to preparing snack.  You will be working closely with Rachel and will learn first-hand what it takes to make everything happen.
You will be a logistics officer, helping to ensure the smooth running of the school.  Your tasks may range from greeting people at the door, handing out flyers, taking attendance, locking up classrooms, and supervising recess to preparing and serving snack.  You will be working closely with Rachel and will learn first-hand what it takes to make everything happen.
Work with Brianna on this amazing Saturday morning program for 5-11 year olds. You will assist in taking attendance, managing materials, working with small groups of kids, and helping out with anything needed. 
Our Israel Ozer will work with our shinshin/shinshinit to bring more Hebrew and Israel to the CBS religious School. You will help lead Israel programming for each RS class. You will also introduce students to Israeli games and music during recess and free times.  You will help create bulletin boards as well as assist with our Yom Ha'atzmaut programs.
The Torah for Tots and Young Family Tefillah ozer will assist with our shabbat programming for kids 5 and under and their families.  You will help read stories, play games, serve snack, and sing songs.
You will help prepare dinner for teen learning each Tuesday. You will also help bring the food to the annex, set up for dinner, take attendance at teen learning, and be responsible for keeping the classroom supplies in the annex neat and well stocked.
In this position, you will cover for ozerim that are out, assist with special programs like the Purim Carnival, and be ready to help out and jump in with whatever is needed.  This is a great role for someone who knows they will have scheduling conflicts throughout the year and not be able to make each session or someone who wants to try out a bunch of different roles and age groups.
Please put a check next to each age group you would be interested in working with this year.
We are looking for some ozerim to work in our High Holiday Programming. Let us know if you are interested and we will follow up with more information.

Parents/Guardians and Emergency Information
Please help us ensure that our records are up to date.
In case of an emergency we will first try to get in touch with a parent or guardian. If they are not available please let us know who you would like us to contact
Please provide at least one other method of contact (Home Phone, email) for the emergency contact.

Tell us about your experience.
Please answer these questions honestly and thoughtfully, in as much detail as you can.

Knowing a little more about you will help us to create a program that will fill as many needs as possible and place you in a situation that best aligns with your personality, experiences, knowledge, strengths, challenges and the needs of our Religious School. Please include any additional information you would like us to know about you. Your honesty and clarity when answering these questions is essential to helping us with your placement!
Do you play guitar? Like leading ice breakers? Passionate about drama, love leading art projects? etc.

Policies
Please read the policies below and initial after each to indicate that you have read it and agree to follow it.
Please type your first and last name in the box above to sign.
Please type your first and last name in the box above to sign.
Thu, January 21 2021 8 Shevat 5781