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This 5-month English-language internship program gives you the opportunity to live like a local in Yafo (Jaffa) near Tel Aviv and the Mediterranean Sea. Grow personally and professionally with other international people your age from more than 48 different countries. Gain valuable work experience in an unpaid internship in your field of choice, travel Israel, learn more about the culture and history of this beautiful land, and learn Modern Israeli Hebrew.
Live in an apartment in Yafo (Jaffa) just 5 minutes from the shuk and a short 10 minute stroll to the sea. Socialize in a trendy part of the city, close to all the shops, restaurants, and pubs that Israelis love to see and be seen in!
On this program you will receive: a co-ed furnished apartment in Yafo (Jaffa) shared with other participants on the program, an unpaid internship in your area of interest, unlimited public bus transportation for your area, monthly volunteer activities in the community, Israeli medical insurance, weekly educational meet-ups and monthly organized group trips.
Internship opportunities are available in hundreds of fields including business, finance, high-tech, marketing, advertising, communications, the arts, non-profit and more!
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Israel Government Fellows is a Menachem Begin Heritage Center initiative in affiliation with Masa Israel. The program is endorsed by the Office of the Prime Minister and offers outstanding and highly motivated young Jewish leaders an experience at the heart of the Israeli government. Alongside internships in government offices or policy and diplomacy organizations, the program provides educational seminars, Hebrew language instruction and tours around the country. It is the only existing program of its kind for non-Israelis and is available for young Jews aged 22-30 with at least a first degree. The program’s duration is ten months and is based in Jerusalem. As well as working closely with government officials, prominent thinkers or social activists, participants will attend weekly seminars and travel throughout the country. They will meet with Israeli officials, policy makers, journalists, and a wide range of public figures; as well as exploring their own connection to Israel, Zionism and the Jewish people. The program provides Fellows with invaluable work experience and leadership development.
It is a unique opportunity for aspiring Jewish leaders to develop their talents while contributing to Israeli politics and society, learning about Israeli history and culture, and strengthening their connection with the Jewish state.