VOCATIONAL VOLUNTEERING
Are you looking for volunteer opportunities to support your personal growth and build skills to support independent living?  The EDCJCC is looking for volunteers to come in and help our various departments. Opportunities include ticketing, filing, data entry, ushering, ticketing, mailings, working with our fitness center, and more. We create personal consistent schedules in your area of interest or you can sign-up for opportunities that work within your schedule. Please complete the Vocational Volunteering Information Form to help support your future volunteer opportunities. 

Please contact Stacey Herman at StaceyH@edcjcc.org or 202-777-3276 for more details regarding Vocational Volunteer opportunities.

Also Serving Kennedy Krieger and Ivy Mount through our Vocational Programming at the EDCJCC.


Sunday Skill Building Clubs
This year the EDCJCC would like to introduce Sunday Skill Building Clubs. Are you looking to learn a new skill? This year we will have a Jewelry making club and environmental club. We will work on developing skills to support independent living.  Each club will have an educational component. Sign-up for only one club! Clubs will be followed by a free zumba class with KEEN fitness. Bring a bag lunch and join together after zumba to enjoy lunch with friends.


Start date: October 1st


1st Sunday of each month

Time: 10:00-11:30

Suitable: Ages 16 and up

Cost: $20 for the year



You will find a list of all Sunday Skill Building Club dates in your registration form.


Our Environmental Club will be run by Darya Watnick, Jewish Engagement Manager
here at the Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center.

The Environmental Club will
have an education component about current environmental issues, from agriculture to chemicals in personal care products, to interests in animal care. Each club will include an activity including planting seeds, making beeswax lip balm or bird feeders. Our activity addresses the current environmental concerns during that day club.

Click here to register for the Environmental Club.


Our Jewelry club will be let by
Jordana Merran is an avid arts-and-crafts'er — from pastel painting to decoupage — and has been making beaded jewelry since 2014. In 2017 she launched District Perle, selling handmade jewelry at DC area farmers markets.


This includes earrings, pins, bracelets, and more. You will have creative
ownership to design each jewelry piece to your liking. Our instructor will teach you the skills you need to independent design your on costume pieces.

Click here to register for the Jewelry Club.

Check out photos from our vocational volunteering programs