Coexist in the Middle East (CME)
HUJI’s most popular summer study abroad program. CME is an opportunity to experience first-hand the challenges and complexities of coexistence by engaging with different national, religious and ideological groups that converge in Israel, a crossroads for humanity.
This is a 6 week service learning program. It is in partnership with Hillel, Repair the World and Yahel – Israel Service Learning. We only have a few spots left for this prestigious, intense, service-learning program.
Full information attached, including costs per participant - travel to Israel and $300.
If you have questions, contact Osnat Spiegel, Director of Israel Engagement.
This is organized in collaboration with the Israeli Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Economy. An entrepreneurship and innovation program that exposes participants to some of the top companies and minds in the entrepreneurial ecosystem and high tech industries of the Start-Up Nation.
This is a great opportunity for a summer job in Israel. Work as a tech counselors with Jewish kids and teens from all over the world and have a great experience. The 7 weeks in Israel include full room and board, air fair and a stipend. Apply today for an amazing summer in Israel.
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Israel Teaching Fellows
ITF is a hands-on 10-month program for college graduates to teach English in the public school system in Netanya, Be'er Sheva or Beit Shean. Throughout the program participants will have pedagogical trainings in order to prepare them for the classroom, allowing them to form lasting relationships with students and help close the achievement gap in Israel.
Jointly sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Masa, the cost for Israel Teaching Fellows is only $1,000 for ten months and includes reimbursement for round trip flights to/from Israel, a monthly meal stipend, and fully furnished apartments. ITF in Netanya, Be'er Sheva and Beit Shean are highly selective programs, and we look for energetic, passionate and committed applicants to fill the 65 spots for the year.
Here is the link for the Israel Teaching Fellows page, where you’ll see detailed program information. Our next program will begin on August 27, 2014, and you can register now.
Our Israel Corps - Project TEN program is open now for March 2014. It is a great opportunity to collaborate with Israeli peers and give back to the community, integrate yourself into Israeli life and have fun!
Here's the general overview of the program packed with tons of information about all that you will do in Israel. While on the program participants will choose between two different tracks at two different locations.
The Entrepreneurship Track:
Located in Kiryat Shmona, a small village in northern Israel, participants will devise and implement service programs for the local community based on their own skills and interests. Within this track they will receive leadership training in support of this project as well as assistance in networking with leaders on the ground in your home community to continue their venture upon completion of the 4 months in Israel. In addition to their project they will be volunteering in both educational and environmental organizations to learn about the rich culture and history of Kiryat Shmona as well as make immediate impact and build necessary relationships. Programming is done with local israeli peers, often students of Tel-Hai College.
The Co-Existence Track;
Located within Kibbutz Harduf and Shaar L'Adam spiritual center, participants will focus on inter-religious projects supporting peaceful co-existence and agricultural development with Jews and Arabs. Volunteer placements include education, special education, mental health, welfare and organic agriculture. They will receive training in cross-cultural communication and ecological farming as well as understanding the pedagogy of Kibbutz Harduf and the spiritual philosophy of Anthroposophy.
Both locations include the following:
Housing and 2 meals/day 5 days/week
Weekly Hebrew and service learning courses
Enrichment programming including travel throughout the country
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CAMERA on Campus
CAMERA, the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America, is a media monitoring research center dedicated to honest reporting on Israel and the Middle East. CAMERA also offers students a one year campus fellowship, as well as an educational trip to Israel. The CAMERA on Campus website provides students with a plethora of educational resources with regards to Israel.
It is fantastic having Philip Chinitz as U of Delaware CAMERA fellow this year!
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Welcome to 'Start-up Nation'
Hailed as "Start-up Nation," Israel is not only buzzing with entrepreneurial spirit, it’s also home to a rich and welcoming culture.
Want to spend your days gaining cutting edge skills and your nights exploring vibrant, cosmopolitan cities? Click on the links below to see what internships we’ve offered in each location in Israel. Then, if you’re interested, consider applying or Live Chatting with a Masa staffer to learn more!
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The Milstein Foundation Campus Allies Mission to Israel
The Milsten Foundation Campus Allies Mission, which is open only to those who have not been to Israel and are not eligible forBirthright Israel, is designed for pro-Israel political activists and student leaders who are non-Jewish. Participants experience the land of the Bible, gain a deeper understanding of the strategic and social issues facing Israel today, and examine the challenges and opportunities associated with the U.S.-Israel alliance.
Students interested in these and other AIPAC training opportunities should send an e-mail.
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The College Summit @ JNF's National Conference
Join us for this exciting opportunity in Chicago from October 23rd-25th. This event will feature Israel Advocacy training, panels with prominent Israeli dignitaries, including Ambassadors Michael Oren and Ron Prosur, incredible speakers, and so much more. We are offering heavily subsidized prices for up to 250 students from across the country. The entire weekend will cost only $100 which includes food, lodging, and all programming. We will also provide up to $250 in travel subsidies. This is an incredible opportunity to learn about how Israel is making a difference in the world every day, and collaborate with fellow pro-Israel students from across the country.
To see more information, click here.
To register, click here.