Israel Engagement Seminar for Australian and South American Gap-Year Participants

Israel Engagement Seminar for Australian and South American Gap-Year Participants

June 17, 2014 (All day)  -  June 19, 2014 (All day)

  Israel  - 

This seminar is organized in conjunction with communities in Australia and South America. 

150 participants will come together to discuss different ways of connecting to Israel in their first year on campus. Participants will meet campus educators throughout the course of the seminar.

 

June 17 – 19, 2014

Israel Engagement Seminar for Australian and South American Gap-Year Participants

Israel Engagement Seminar for Australian and South American Gap-Year Participants

June 17, 2014 (All day)  -  June 19, 2014 (All day)

  Israel  - 

This seminar is organized in conjunction with communities in Australia and South America. 

150 participants will come together to discuss different ways of connecting to Israel in their first year on campus. Participants will meet campus educators throughout the course of the seminar.

 

June 17 – 19, 2014

Israel Engagement Seminar for Study Abroad Participants

Israel Engagement Seminar for Study Abroad Participants

April 4, 2014 (All day)  -  April 5, 2014 (All day)

  Israel  - 

This seminar is organized together with Hillel International for campus leaders and other students involved in their universities. 

A select group of 50 participants of study abroad programs will take part. Throughout the seminar, participants will meet with educators from Hillels on leading campuses across the United States.

 

April 4 – 5, 2014

 

TCB - High Learn

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Program Description

This program is conducted in Russian.

 

Hebrew University - Hebrew & Israeli Culture Year

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Program Description

The Rothberg International School of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is pleased to introduce an innovative option designed for recent high school graduates entitled The "Hebrew and Israeli Culture Program." This academic program will enable students on all Hebrew levels to achieve a high degree of fluency in Modern Hebrew through exposure to the language and culture of Israel. In addition to 8–14 weekly hours of Hebrew language instruction, students will take courses in Israeli politics, culture, history and society. 
 
All courses are accredited and upon completion of the program, students will receive a transcript in order to transfer credits to universities abroad, including Australia, Europe and North America. Students at the Rothberg International School hail from over 60 countries.

Highlights

Participants also enjoy study trips, guest lectures and tours of Israel. The program is held on the beautiful Mt. Scopus campus of the Hebrew University 15 minutes from downtown Jerusalem.
 
 

For more information, contact:

 

United States:
Tel: 1 800 404 8622 or (212) 607 8520
E-mail: ugrad@hebrewu.com
 
Canada:
Tel: 1 (888) HEBREWU or (416) 485-8000
E-mail: admissions@cfhu.org
 
Israel and all other countries:
Rothberg International School
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Boyar Building, Mount Scopus
91905 Jerusalem, Israel
Tel: 972 2 5882610
Fax: 972 2 5882363
E-mail: risundergrad@savion.huji.ac.il
 

Status 1

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Program Description

Status is a five month professional internship program for Russian speakers, similar to the popular Career Israel program for English speakers. Status offers a wide range of internship placements ranging from finance to nonprofit and more.
 
One of the things that makes this program special is not just thatyou will work at a great company of your choice but also that you are provided with living accommodations in the city of your choice; Haifa, Tel Aviv or Jerusalem which enables you to get the full experience of living and working in Israel. Some internship areas include: Business, Communications/Media, Computer Science, Hi-Tech Entrepreneurship, Science, Finance, Social Action, Social Sciences, Education, Engineering and more!

 

 

WUJS

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Program Description

WUJS Israel is a customized five-month, post-college internship and arts program located in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. You’ll live with peers aged 21-35 from all over the world who, with many different backgrounds, all share a keen interest in experiencing Israel to its fullest and gaining valuable career experience. 
Intern in almost any area of industry and commerce, in the public or private sectors, art and culture, hi-tech, politics, medicine and more.
Our team will work with you to customize your placement based on your professional needs. You’ll even have a chance to connect with your internship site via Skype and learn about the company culture before you arrive in Israel! On the arts track, you’ll also get to work on an individual art project in your area of talent. 
When you’re not working, you’ll find rich opportunities to engage with Judaism in an open environment and learn about Israel’s unique culture and diverse peoples through weekly classes, excursions and cultural opportunities.
 
Internship Track
• A pre-arranged professional internship in every possible field before arrival in Israel.
• Participants on the internship track will work 4 days a week in the field of their choice.
• 30% of our participants receive job offers from their internship in Israel or from overseas branches.
• 90% of our participants claim that their participation on the program significantly helped them find a job.
 
Art Track
• Possibility to combine an internship in the arts with an independent art project.
• Participants on the art track will work independently twice a week on their art project which will be presented at the end of the program on the final artist's exhibition.
• On the other two days of the week they will work in an internship in the field of their art.
• Weekly art classes covering all fields of Israeli art – movies, dance, theatre, music and more.
 
 

Highlights

You’ll intern at a world-class Israeli company and acquire international experience or pursue your artistic passion amidst a thriving art community. You will develop business contacts from around the world and gain access to a professional network of more than 8,000 WUJS alumni.

In addition to the professional aspects, you’ll also learn to speak Hebrew in a five-month Ulpan, explore the country and experience its history and tradition as well as its hip international and modern culture.

You will have the opportunity to meet Israelis who will accompany to your weekly field trips and take part in your educational programs.

You'll live in an apartment - not a dorm. Modern, spacious, and comfortable, they're located in the trendy Tel Aviv neighborhood of Florentine or the charming Jerusalem neighborhood of Baka

Enjoy the staff support during and after the program with regards to finding an apartment in Israel if you wish to stay, looking for a job, start your Aliya process and more. 

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