Go Green in Israel

 
Make an Impact. Change your world.
 
Masa Israel offers a diverse selection of “green” academic, internship, and volunteer opportunities in Israel.
 
Israel is a world leader in green technology and 21st century ecological innovation. Whether you are interested in living on a self-sufficient eco-farm, interning at a renewable energy startup, studying sustainable development, or learning about water conservation, you will find a way to branch out to the new green economy in Israel.
 

Why Go Green in Israel?

Israelis have dealt with water shortages and environmental issues since the founding of the state. Israeli companies have the knowledge and know-how to contribute to the international community, making them ideal for gaining experience in sustainable development, renewable and clean energy, and other “green” sector jobs that will set you apart as enter the burgeoning green economy.
 

Environmental Programs

Whether you are interested in living on a self-sufficient eco-farm, interning at a renewable energy startup, studying sustainable development, or learning about water conservation, we have a program for you.
 
Browse programs in the field of environmentalism and ecology.
 

Participant Testimonials

"I connected to other people on the program and on the farm and made lifelong friends. I learned more about myself, who I was, and my connection with the earth and with Israel, than I had before in my life."
 
"The opportunity to transform our studies into action was invigorating and uplifting and pervaded our setting and relationships. Though our backgrounds, ages, personalities, and viewpoints were different, the 35 students were all united in the desire for peace and love and respect for nature."
 

Grants & Scholarships

Masa Israel works to make it as easy as possible for young adults to go to Israel. We offer grants and scholarships to help make the experience more affordable, in addition to providing information about scholarships from third party organizations. Read more
 
 
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