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JEWISH INTERNSHIP TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES
Did you have an amazing time abroad? Looking to travel again? KAHAL’s got you covered! Below are some awesome opportunities for you to take advantage of after your time studying abroad. Travel is the best method to maintain happiness.
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Masa Israel Journey
Masa Israel Journey is the leader in immersive international experiences in Israel for young adults (18-30). Our diverse portfolio of study abroad, internship, service learning, or Jewish studies programs help you grow—as a person, a professional, and a leader— while also developing a robust global professional network. Program types: Internships, Paid jobs, Paid jobs in tech field, volunteer, teach english in 10 months, earn a graduate degree, remote work/study, and more. Check out their 300+ programs!
Onward Israel is an 8-week long internship placement program in Israel! You choose a program based on location or thematic interest and Onward helps you find an internship. Internships with Onward are hands on giving you exciting resume building experiences. In addition to an internship, you participate in weekly excursions with members of your program. Onward provides you with housing, bus fare and a food stipend.
Justifi Vistas is a unique travel program that enables you to escape your home-bound workplace / remote learning environment in lieu of some of the world’s most beautiful and historical destinations. Unlike other Justifi Trips, Vistas doesn’t have a fully scheduled travel itinerary, rather we take care of the logistics in each of the countries which enables you to get a great taste of each destination while remaining focused on work or school remotely. Of course, we also include a few curated touring experiences, impactful volunteering opportunities and powerful workshops on tikkun olam and personal growth along the way.
AJC Goldman Summer Fellowship
The Goldman Summer Fellowship through the American Jewish Committee works to develop future leaders in the areas of international and domestic politics, diplomacy, public relations, and management. Placements for this fellowship can be anywhere from New York, to Melbourne, Australia. Fellows will learn about advocacy, development, research and policy in the various regions that AJC is working in. Eligible applicants are entering their junior or senior year of undergrad or in graduate school.
The Summer 2021 Fellowship Application is now closed.
Cost: All major travel costs will be covered by AJC + a stipend of at least $4,000
Project TEN is an international development program that operates volunteer centers in developing areas. They bring together young Jewish adults from all over the world, to a program that combines volunteer work with local communities and service-learning in the fields of international development, culture, identity, and Jewish activism. Project TEN is sponsored by the Jewish Agency. They offer 1.5-3 month long volunteering programs at their centers in Uganda, Ghana, Mexico, Israel (Mitze Ramon and Kibbutz Harduf), South Africa, and Greece.
YOUNG PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES (U.S.)
OneTable helps find people (21-39ish) shabbat dinners in their cities, and offers subsidies of up to $150 for those who want to host their own. OneTable’s work empowers people who don’t yet have a consistent Shabbat dinner practice to build one that feels authentic, sustainable, and valuable. Join a Shabbat dinner in over 175 cities, or become one of the many amazing hosts already part of the OneTable network.
Spend a year serving for justice at a leading anti-poverty organization while living and learning at the crossroads of justice and Jewish life. You’ll build real-world expertise, develop activist chops and Jewish social justice insights, live communally in pluralistic community, and access Jewish opportunities for life. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
The application for the 2021-2022 opens on November 12th.