Intern Tel Aviv / Jerusalem - WUJS Israel Hadassah
The WUJS Internship Program gives you the opportunity to combine a professional internship in a field of your choice with the additional benefits of a regular Ulpan (Hebrew language) course, weekly field trips, overnight hikes, meetings with Israeli peers and a variety of fun and enriching activities.
Learn more about WUJS Internships http://www.wujsisrael.org/
Project Interchange (PI), an educational institute of the American Jewish Committee, is recruiting for its annual delegation of highly qualified undergraduate students involved in campus media for an all expenses paid, unique, immeasurable experience - exploring Israel first-hand.
A non-political, non-profit organization, Project Interchange has brought over 5,500 policy makers and opinion leaders from more than 65 countries to Israel.
Applications will be considered on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you should have any questions about the trip or would like to request an application, please contact Allie Tenenbaum at email@example.com.
An internship can be the perfect way to start your career. The Career Israel program offers internship placements in every field, including government and the private sector, journalism, law, medicine, media, economics, politics, public relations, education, social work, engineering, computer science, advertising and business and more. Interns also participate in a fascinating educational curriculum including a Hebrew language study program (Ulpan), tours, seminars and lectures on subjects such as Israeli society today, religion and the Jewish state, the Arab-Israeli conflict, Jewish identity in modern Israel, trends in the Israeli job market and more.
Learn more about Career Israel http://www.careerisrael.com/
The David Project - Campus Fellows
Apply Now for Campus Fellows 2011
* June 12-16
* July 31-August 4
* August 7-11
Each summer, The David Project invites student leaders to learn about Israel at its Campus Fellows Seminars. Held at Boston University, these five-day seminars help students to understand the Arab-Israeli conflict and to make the case for Israel on their campuses.
The David Project invites experts in the field of Israel advocacy and research to speak and work with students to update them on current events. Guest speakers have included Shoshana Bryen, senior policy director at the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs; Bret Stephens, Deputy editor, editorial page, The Wall Street Journal; and Jonathan Schanzer, vice president of research at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and author of Hamas vs. Fatah.
To Apply Visit: http://www.thedavidproject.org/index.php?option=com_facileforms&Itemid=162
For More Internship Opportunities Contact: Erez@illinihillel.org