Masa Israel Teaching Fellows aims to close the achievement gap in Israel’s education system by placing English-speaking college graduates as English teacher’s aides in schools throughout Israel. The program begins with a group orientation and Hebrew ulpan. Participants will live in small groups in Israel and will be placed in schools as English teacher’s aides.
Participants will teach for a minimum of 25 hours per week in their school and will also choose or design a secondary volunteering project in the community in which they live. Successful applicants must have a college degree, have experience in formal or informal education, have previously demonstrated the ability to excel in a cross-cultural environment and a be willing to be immerse themselves in Israeli culture.
+972 52 604 8405
Photo by: Danielle Meyers, Masa Israel Teaching Fellows in Be'er Sheva
Spend ten months in Israel with Masa Tlalim! You’ll teach English, volunteer, and help close Israel’s educational achievement gap. Masa Israel Teaching Fellows are hands-on English educators who work in classrooms and small group settings in cities across Israel.
By working in Israel’s public school system, Fellows do not just teach English; they also serve as leaders in making their local communities better places to live, learn, and grow. In addition to teaching English, Fellows initiate community volunteer projects for approximately five hours each week.
Masa Tlalim offers teaching fellowships in three locations: Netanya, a beachside community on Israel’s Mediterranean coast; Be'er Sheva, a city in the heart of Israel's Negev Desert with a vibrant young adult population; and Beit She'an, located along the scenic Galilee.
Masa Israel Teaching Fellows is highly subsidized by Masa Israel Journey and the Israeli Ministry of Education, reducing the program fee to $1,000. This fee includes your round-trip flight to Israel, housing, and a monthly stipend.
Marketing Director-Masa Tlalim