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AUJS Aviv is the ultimate five-month program for those wanting to travel and live in Israel for an extended period of time in true Israeli style. Aviv presents a unique opportunity for young Jewish individuals to explore Israel and become familiar with modern Israeli society. For the first time in 2016, Aviv will also be offering a range of exciting extension options for students wanting to spend longer experiencing life in Israel.
This program provides real-world experience, entrepreneurial know-hows, and professional guidance. Program integrates Israeli and international business students as they take classes taught in English by Israel’s leading business academics and professionals.
Meizam is a five-month professional internship program open to college and university graduates from all over Latin America. In addition there is an Entrepreneurship course and visits to firms and organizations.
This program is conducted in Russian.
Israel Tech Challenge is a joint venture between Israel's National Cyber Bureau, the Jewish Agency for Israel, Masa Israel, private and corporate donors. We locate the Jewish world's brightest Tech students & young professionals and invite them to Israel to learn, intern and work in the Hi-Tech industry.
Israel Tech Challenge is an expert-driven Israeli experience connecting Jewish students and young professionals with tools and networks meant to enrich or launch their careers in the computer science industry.
The project gives students the ability to learn from leading Israeli industry players and academics, combining inspiration and networking with actual hands-on coding experience.
The High Tech Enterprise Internship program will provide you with an excellent springboard to a successful future career in one of the world’s leading high tech international company. You will receive full time guidance by a professional career counselor. This is a five-day weekly internship program in which participants will work as interns during the week and have one day off for engaging in enriching group activities, seminars, volunteering, celebrating Jewish festivals, going sightseeing and exploring Tel Aviv, the city that never sleeps.