JSA/Hillel – Weekly Announcements:

This email contains:

  1. Pool Night at Triple B’s
  2. Song of Siren: JSA/WZI Israeli Film Festival
  3. Weekly Israeli Dance Nights
  4. Internship Position


1. Pool Night at Triple B’s



Triple B’s Billiards Bar (121 Scurfield Blvd at Kenaston)

Thursday, February 24th, 2005 starting at 8PM


(Also, if you like for $10 you can get ONE Beer, Steak, Coleslaw and fries)



If you need a ride to the event contact Jodi at jkoffman@aspercampus.mb.ca


2. Song of Siren: JSA/WZI Israeli Film Festival


The Song of Siren will be shown on Monday, February 28th at 7:30PM at the University of Winnipeg, Manitoba Hall - Room 4L47.

The Jewish Students’ Association/Hillel invites everyone to attend. Admission is free to students displaying their student card and $5 for adults. Complimentary snacks are also provided.


 For more information about the Jewish Students’ Association/Hillel film festival, contact 480-7550 or 477-7464 or log on to www.wzic.org.



3. Weekly Israeli Dance Nights


Enjoy your old favourites as well as new choreography during these weekly drop-in Israeli dance sessions at the Rady JCC. You will experience a wide range of Israeli dances styles including traditional, Yemenite, South American and much more.


Mondays, Ongoing

6:30 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Instruction for Beginners

7:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Intermediate Instruction (Beginners Welcome)

8:10 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Open Dancing (Beginners Welcome)


Weekly Drop-in Fee:

$5.00 M/$6.00 NM/$3.00 Students

Ask about our “Frequent Dancer Card”


Multipurpose Room

Asper Jewish Community Campus

Instructors: Gina Chodirker and Shlomit Cline



4.  Internship Position

fourth annual 

Canada-Israel Committee Parliamentary Internship Program


Description: The Canada-Israel Committee Parliamentary Internship Program is an initiative of the Canada-Israel Committee established as an annual competition for university graduates who have an interest in governmental affairs. This internship program provides back-bench Members of Parliament with highly qualified assistants, and gives university graduates an opportunity to supplement their theoretical knowledge of Parliament and the political process with practical experience of the day-to-day work of the Members. Also, in the longer term, graduates of the program are better able to make a significant contribution to Canadian public life. Intern responsibilities will include working with Members of the House of Commons. The internship program will begin in the fall of 2005 and conclude in the spring of 2006.

Requirements: To be eligible you must be a Canadian citizen; have a recent university degree and; have an interest in Parliament. This internship is open to graduates of several disciplines, including the social sciences, political science, law, and the humanities.

Positions: TBA

Duration: Approximately 9 months

Location: Ottawa

Compensation: $12,000 (Stipend)

Deadline for Applications: April 30, 2005


David Cooper

Assistant Director Government Relations

Phone: (613) 234-8271

Email: davidcooper@cicweb.ca




Jewish Students’ Association/Hillel Executive Board