Jewish Social Services of Madison empowers families and individuals across generations and cultures to build community and self-sufficiency, with a strong commitment to the Jewish community and inspired by Jewish values. We offer services in the areas of short-term advocacy, long-term case management, Jewish spiritual care, refugee resettlement, and asylee services. We serve people of all ages and backgrounds.
Register for our 2023 Levy Summer Series!
Jewish Social Services established the Levy Summer Series in 2013 with the generous support of Jeffrey C. Levy. We continue this partnership to bring you this years’ four-part program series. It is an opportunity to lifelong learners to interact with scholars, artists, and community leaders over a broad range of topics of interest. We look forward to seeing all of you at this years’ Levy Summer Series. Find all the information on speakers, lunches, and date information in our brochure below! You can register by calling 608-442-4081 – pay by credit card, check or cash at the event. Or, print and fill out pages 6 and 7 of the below brochure and send in to JSS of Madison, 6434 Enterprise Ln, Madison, WI 53719.
June 13 – Professor Joshua Furman
June 27 – Rabbi David Kopstein
July 12 – Kurt and Annette Bjorling
August 9 – Professor Jonathan Pollack
JSS is hiring! Find our open positions below.
Join our amazing team and help strengthen our Madison community! We offer excellent benefits, competitive pay, and a meaningful work environment. See descriptions for each position by clicking the link.
Refugee Resettlement Director
Refugee Resettlement Intensive Case Manager
Community Outreach Coordinator
Refugee Resettlement Program Assistant
Empowering Dane county families and individuals to build community and self-sufficiency, with a strong commitment to the Jewish community.
Celebrate Shabbat with Rabbi Renee Bauer!
Please join your neighbors, volunteers and Jewish Social Services staff for candle lighting, challah, wine, songs and discussion to usher in Shabbat, along with the opportunity to recite Kaddish. We look forward to spending this special time together with you!
Every first Friday at Capitol Lakes Retirement Community
333 West Main Street, in the Grand Hall.
Every third Friday at Oakwood Village University Woods
6225 Mineral Point Road at the Nakoma room in the Heritage Building.