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If you have at least one Jewish grandparent and are between 18 and 31 years old, you could be eligible for $3,000 of funding (or more) for five months. Funding can vary with your age, and the length and type of your program—but don’t worry, our staff is here to help you navigate funding options and any questions.

Explore our featured Jewish Communal Organizations internships

Featured internships are the newest opportunities that our program providers have for you. But these latest offerings won't last long—apply today to one of these featured Jewish Communal Organizations internships!

Social Services, The Michael Levin Lone Soldier Center - Provided by Career Israel  

As an intern of the center, you will organize activities for lone soldiers, write newsletters with information regarding support services, fundraising, PR, and taking meals to soldiers on base.

The Michael Levin Lone Soldier Center provides a variety of support services for lone soldiers (soldiers serving in the IDF whose parents do not live in Israel). The Lone Soldier Center, in Memory of Michael Levin, was founded in 2009 by a group of former lone soldiers aware and concerned of this growing need. The Center is the first and only organization solely dedicated to meeting all of the physical and social needs of lone soldiers.

Also posted in Government and Public Service, Non-Profit & Social Change | Comments closed
Communication and Marketing Internship, The Israel Tennis Center - Provided by WUJS Israel  

While working for the Israel Tennis Center you will be responsible for translating all the news content from the Hebrew website and posting it on the English website, taking pictures during tournaments, presentations, ceremonies, events, uploading picture albums and articles on Facebook, and tweet links of all our news to increase our followers.

The Israel Tennis Center (ITC), a non-profit organization that has worked for 35 years to enhance the social, psychological, and physical development of Israeli youth through the medium of sport. They provide a healthy and structured environment for children from all walks of life, teach values of cooperation, self-reliance and persistence, and provide opportunities for every child to reach his or her own level of excellence.

Also posted in Education, Marketing Advertising or PR, Media & Journalism, Non-Profit & Social Change | Comments closed
Research Intern, The International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) - Provided by WUJS Israel  

ICT is looking for an intern to join the research team and take responsibility for gathering and analyzing data and information from various intelligence sources. As a member of this team, you will assist in evaluating data and recommending solutions and policies. As part of this unique team you be supporting the efforts to prevent terrorism.

ICT is an organization facilitating international cooperation in the global struggle against terrorism. ICT also serves as a joint forum for international policymakers to share information through research and academic publications for worldwide distribution.

Also posted in Government and Public Service, Non-Profit & Social Change | Comments closed
Researching and Media Assistant, The New Herzl Museum - Provided by Real Life Israel  

As an intern with the New Herzl museum you will be responsible for finding historical information as well as helping with the efforts to market the museum and position the center in the world’s leading tourist websites.

The new Herzl Museum is a unique educational center that offers a hands-on encounter with the Zionist Movement and its founder, Binyamin Ze’ev (Theodor) Herzl. The design of the Museum is young and modern, and it describes Herzl as a person and a leader, using contemporary language and spectacular audio-visual technology.

Also posted in Jerusalem, Marketing Advertising or PR | Comments closed
Events and Marketing Internship, Begin Center - Provided by Real Life Israel  

The Begin Center is looking for an intern who will help us with the many different activities we will be organizing to mark 100 years since the birth of Menachem Begin. The job will include: Creating and managing our database of upcoming events and assisting local communities in their efforts to hold local events.

The Menachem Begin Heritage Center is the state-sponsored memorial project for one of the greatest leaders of the Jewish People in the 20th Century. Begin’s name is engraved in the memory of his nation as the Irgun Commander, Leader of the Opposition and as Israel’s Sixth Prime Minister.

Also posted in Marketing Advertising or PR, Tel Aviv | Comments closed
Research Fellow, The Israeli Presidential Conference - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

As a Fellow you will split your time between the content and invitee committees. The Content Committee develops the overriding Conference theme, as well as determining the nature of the Conference’s various panels and plenary sessions and their speakers. The Invitees Committee works on creating a vast and diverse range of Conference participants from a spectrum of backgrounds. As a Fellow you will be assisting in researching potential speakers and themes for the event as well as being aware of who will be attending.

The Israeli Presidential Conference began four years ago following the election of Shimon Peres as President of the State of Israel. President Peres’s vision combined with his status as a world-renowned statesman inspired what has become the leading conference in Israel.

Also posted in Government and Public Service, Jerusalem | Comments closed
Research Fellow, The Shalom Hartman Institute – The Engaging Israel Project - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

The iEngage Junior Research Fellow will provide research, content, and technological support for the iEngage media and public relations staff. The Fellow will be welcomed as a key part of the team, and will be welcomed to help shape a conversation that already is having tremendous impact in the Jewish world.

The iEngage project is an innovative educational start-up that has taken the responsiblity to respond to the growing feelings of disenchantment and disinterest toward Israel among an ever-increasing number of Jews worldwide. They have done this by creating a new narrative regarding the significance of Israel for Jewish life.

Also posted in Jerusalem, Media & Journalism, Non-Profit & Social Change | Comments closed
Marketing and fundraising internship, WIZO (Women’s International Zionist Organization) - Provided by Israel Way – Oranim  

As an Intern with WIZO you will receive exposure to international fundraising, conferences and seminars. This internship is comprised of multiple components. Tasks will include writing the content for the World WIZO quarterly e-newsletter; participating in the creation of new marketing materials for WIZO campaign; assisting in planning the annual World WIZO four day seminar and assisting with writing follow-up reports and profiles to receive grants.

Wizo is a volunteer organization dedicated to social welfare in all sectors of Israeli society; particularly the advancement of the status of women, and Jewish education in Israel and the Diaspora.

Also posted in Non-Profit & Social Change | Comments closed
Coexistence Educator, American Corner Arab-Jewish Community Center - Provided by Career Israel  

Interns will gain experience in English tutoring as well as participate in the Big Brother/Sister program. In addition, interns will assist with program coordination/public Relations by helping the director set up, run, and promote the programs that the center undertakes. Daily tasks will include items such as brainstorming, research, data entry, updating the social media sites, as well as other routine tasks.

This is an organization funded partially by the American Embassy and the Municipality of Tel Aviv Jaffa. American Corner AJCC runs a number of different programs, all with the aim of promoting American values, such as tolerance, co-existence, and democracy.

Also posted in Non-Profit & Social Change, Tel Aviv | Comments closed

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Marketing and Fundraising Internship

This volunteer organization is dedicated to social welfare in all sectors of Israeli society, the advancement of the status of women, and Jewish education in Israel and the Diaspora.

The Marketing and Fundraising Intern will write content for the organization’s quarterly e-newsletter; participate in the creation of new marketing materials for the organization’s upcoming campaign; assist in planning the organization’s annual four day seminar (held every January); assist development officer and write follow-up reports and profiles to received grants.

Also posted in Marketing Advertising or PR, Non-Profit & Social Change, Tel Aviv | Comments closed
Public Relations, Marketing, Fundraising, or Event Planning Internship

The Israeli branch of a major American Jewish organization is looking for an intern to take on one of a variety of roles: researcher, event planner, assistant fundraiser, assistant public relations and marketing manager. An intern in this organization can have a variety of exciting and interesting opportunities, including research projects in the fields of politics, culture, and current issues affecting the Jewish community in Israel and abroad. Other areas the intern can work in are event planning, public relations, marketing and fundraising work. Intern’s responsibilities depend on the specific role.

Also posted in Jerusalem, Marketing Advertising or PR | Comments closed
Non-Profit Research Internship

This center accesses the collective wisdom of the world’s religions to promote co-existence, peace, and sustainability through education and activism. The center promotes and manifests an inter-religious vision for environmental sustainability by encouraging the cooperation and training of religious leaders, teachers, and others on ecological issues. A team of staff and volunteers in Israel and the United States implement the center’s vision, led by founder and executive director Rabbi Yonatan Neril.

Interns will serve as Assistant to the Executive Director. Intern responsibilities include: contacting religious institutions from multiple faiths; research on religious sources on environmental issues; website development and updating; planning, and assessment of interfaith environmental events and seminars in Israel.

Also posted in Jerusalem, Non-Profit & Social Change | Comments closed
Environmental Marketing Internship

This company engages and educates the Jewish community through inspiring programs linking Israel, the environment, and Jewish values. Since its founding, the company has reached a growing list of institutions in Israel and the United States.

As Assistant to the Executive Director, the intern will perform a variety of responsibilities: sales & marketing to potential clients; research on Jewish sources, environmental studies, and donor and foundation information; website development and updating; seminar design, planning, and assessment.

Also posted in Environment / Clean-tech, Jerusalem, Marketing Advertising or PR | Comments closed
Fashion Brand Marketing Internship

This Israeli social clothing brand promotes and supports important Israeli and global causes and stories through the sale of fashionable designer t-shirts. Interns have several different ways to get involved with the campaign including running a brand event and T-shirt designing. Interns will be responsible for marketing through social media & presentations; creating new business partnerships; setting up meetings; in-house sales.

Also posted in Arts, Graphic Design, Fashion, Jerusalem, Marketing Advertising or PR | Comments closed
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Jewish Communities Department) Internship

The department deals with Jewish affairs, especially concerning cooperation with the big Jewish organizations, working with young Jewish leaders around the world and taking care of communities in danger. The department organizes seminars for young Jewish leaders and is preparing a proposal for a major global Tikun Olam project.

Intern will work as an assistant for Jewish Affairs and will be responsible for: project management, planning events, hosting delegations, working with new media, and working on the Tikun Olam project.

Also posted in Government and Public Service, Jerusalem | Comments closed
Non-Profit and Social Change Research Internship

This is an independent, non-partisan organization that actively seeks to improve the well being of Jews by influencing regional and global decisions on issues important to global Jewry and the State of Israel. By directing the expertise and passion of young professionals across the globe, the organization has established successful outreach efforts and engagement with regional and global intergovernmental institutions. With a committed core of individuals, stable financial partners, and affiliations with like-minded organizations, the organization is building the next generation of Jewish lay leaders.

Intern will serve as Assistant to Coordinator. Responsibilities of the intern include: researching international organizations (UN, OSCE, OAS, etc.) and NGOs to identify where the organization should be involved and monitoring these organizations’ activities by reviewing press releases, resolutions, and policy statements; helping to plan and develop the work and objectives of the organization’s task forces; identifying events in which the organization should be represented; helping manage the organization Web `Platform and Calendar of Events; conducting research on issues pertaining to the activities of the organization (anti-Semitism, Iran, Law and Policy of Armed Conflict, etc).

Also posted in Jerusalem, Non-Profit & Social Change | Comments closed
Jewish Environmental Organization Internship

This organization engages and educates the Jewish community through inspiring seminars on Jewish environmental wisdom. Through teachings for Israeli teachers, North American day and Hebrew school teachers, Birthright groups, Federation and synagogue delegations, and others, this organization reveals the inherent connection between Judaism and the environment.

The intern will work closely with the Executive Director and the Deputy Director in implementing the organization’s vision. He/she will be involved in a diverse range of tasks and responsibilities, including sales and marketing to potential clients; research on Jewish sources, environmental studies, and donor and foundation information; website development and updating; and seminar design, planning, and assessment.

Also posted in Environment / Clean-tech, Jerusalem | Comments closed
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