Who will be our 17/18 Leadership Delegates?
Come hear an overview of the Masa Israel Teaching Fellows program from our MITF Recruitment Coordinator, Rick Rosenbluth. He'll be live to answer any questions you might have about teaching English in Israel.
Masa Israel Teaching Fellows is a 10-month fellowship for college graduates between the ages of 21 and 30. Teach English to Israeli children while immersing yourself in Israeli society. Become an integral member of the city in which you live, teach and volunteer. The program costs just $1,000 and covers your flight, Ulpan (Hebrew language classes), housing, and amenities. Certified teachers will earn a monthly compensation of 5,500 NIS (about $1,430 USD) and will, after initial training, teach their own English classes. English teaching assistants (non-certified teachers), will earn a monthly cash stipend of 2,500 NIS (about $650 USD).
Daniel Aschheim was born in Jerusalem, where he still lives today. Previously worked as the Director of Marketing and Public Relations of the Jewish Agency’s Project TEN. Daniel holds an MA with honors in European Studies from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He holds a BA from the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC) as part of the Argov Fellows honors program in Government, Diplomacy and Strategy. Daniel was awarded the Israeli President's Annual Award for his work in the field of Student Council work. In the past Daniel interned at the British Embassy in Tel Aviv as a Social Policy Advisor to Ambassador Gould as well as at the Knesset, dealing with legislation, lobbying and Knesset committees. Daniel also represented Israel in Austria as part of a program of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He also worked as Concierge at the King David Hotel and as a Senior Trainer in the business, public and education sectors of the Debate-Vayomar company.