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Assistant to the Director of External Relations, Municipality of Ra’anana - Provided by Multiple Providers  

rananaThe intern will work as assistant to the Director of External Relations of the Ra’anana Municipality, handling day-to-day tasks. Responsibilities include: managing the connections of the municipality with its 9 twins cities around the world; coordinating delegations; and building relationships between Ra’anana’s mayor the mayors of its twin cities.

This position requires creativity, attention to detail, a high level of written English, the ability to work in a team, and great social skills. All candidates must have B.A Degree (M.A degree advantage). B.A degree in the fields of communication or marketing are an advantage.

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Events Intern, Union of Local Authorities in Israel, Foreign Affairs Division - Provided by WUJS Israel  

Intern in Israel with Masa Israel JourneyThe intern will take part in various projects, more specifically related to the US/Israel Cities Conference. The intern will contribute to decision making all along the preparation of the event, a first of its kind.

The Union of Local Authorities in Israel (ULAI) is the umbrella organization of 265 Israeli local authorities representing them vis-a-vis the national government in their daily issues and problems. It advises the Local Authorities regarding the entire range of municipal matters including education, welfare, economy, water, security, status of women, labor relations, law and the courts, etc.

The Division of International Relations & Projects of ULAI, cooperates with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Israeli Missions abroad and international organizations, while engaging more than 400 cities from all over the world into signing twinning and friendship agreements with Israeli cities. Furthermore, the division promotes a variety of operative projects in different fields, in cooperation with international factors, for the benefit of the inhabitants of the various cities.

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Unit Member, Strategy & Economic Research Unit, Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS), Ministry of Economy and Trade - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

As a unit member you could be assigned to both ad-hoc assignments and long-term research projects, which vary from general policy issues (budget allocation, international cooperation) to very specific topics (equity crowd funding, innovation financing). In some cases, the unit partners with other government agencies, such as the Ministry of Finance and the National Economic Council, to conduct research. Depending on the task/project/research, you may also deal with tasks regarding the high-tech industry, academia and the venture capital industry.

The Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS) in the Ministry of Economy is charged with execution of government policy for support of industrial R&D. The goal of the OCS is to assist in the development of technology in Israel as a means of fostering economic growth, encouraging technological innovation and entrepreneurship, leveraging Israel’s scientific potential and enhancing the knowledge base of industry in Israel.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct their internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

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Assistant to the Legal Advisor for International Affairs, Legal Advisor’s Office, Ministry of Economy and Trade - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

As a legal assistant, you could be involved in a broad range of activities including research, writing briefs and participating in meetings and negotiating sessions with representatives of other countries. Currently, Israel is negotiating several free trade agreements with various countries, thus the work could serve as an excellent basis to develop an expertise in the field on international trade policy and law.

The Department serves as the legal advisor to the various departments of the Ministry. The Ministry’s activities cover a wide range of subjects including industry, trade and labor issues. The fellow will be working mostly on issues related to foreign trade, including international trade agreements.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct their internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

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Research Fellow, NGO-Monitor - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

As a research Fellow, you could assume responsibility for a long project, following developments in the world of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and human rights, issuing weekly/monthly reports on international and local groups and NGO funders, maintaining and updating NGO Monitor’s blog, and publishing in-depth analyses as part of the NGO Monitor Monograph Series. The position may also include Op-eds, in the Fellow’s name, to be published in various Israeli and international papers.

NGO Monitor provides information and analysis, promotes accountability, and supports discussion on the reports and activities of NGOs (non-governmental organizations) claiming to advance human rights and humanitarian agendas.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct our internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

Also posted in Jerusalem, Non-Profit & Social Change | Comments closed
Legal & Analytical Assistant, the Israel Money Laundering and Terror Financing Prohibition Authority (IMPA), Ministry of Justice - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

As a legal and analytical assistant, the Fellow could be involved in conducting comparative legal research, drafting legal memorandums and assisting IMPA in preparing its periodical reports for various international organizations. The Fellow may also assist in preparing presentations and updating IMPA’s website.

The IMPA is responsible for assisting Israeli authorities in the investigation and prevention of money laundering and terror financing related offenses as part of the global effort to combat such crimes. Anti-money laundering and terrorist financing is a rapidly developing field of strategic importance for governments around the world. As such, there is a constant need for thorough research on contemporary legal issues.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct our internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

Also posted in Jerusalem, Law | Comments closed
Information Analyst and Content Writer, Information Services Department, Ministry of Public Security - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

As an Information Analyst you will compose research papers and briefs regarding public security and all of its aspects, including policy and practices of different governmental agencies. You could also be involved in researching and developing outlines and papers on various public security issues. This may include long-term projects that will be done simultaneously with smaller ad hoc projects on short deadlines.

The department forms policy and plans strategy on a national level, in the field of public security. This is done by implementing a systematic and organized process of collecting data and information; conducting scientific researches; and developing an overall view of all the components relevant to Israeli public security. This information unit gathers, analyzes and disseminates information from the professional literature on law enforcement; responds to requests for strategic and ad hoc information services; commissions state-of-the-art surveys on subjects of interest to the Ministry; publishes a regular informational booklet and an annual journal on relevant innovations.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct their internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

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Marketing Assistant, Overseas Marketing Department, Ministry of Tourism - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

Israel Ministry of Tourism Internship through Masa Israel JourneyAs a Marketing Assistant, you will be assigned to one of the geographical divisions (Americas, Europe, Asia and ROW). Responsibilities include support of the overseas activities and could include research and analysis of the various markets (marketing/economic/consumer behavior data, media outlets and sources, business opportunities etc), back-office activities, meetings with tour operators from Israel and abroad, meetings with media companies and helping in preparing hosting of journalists/opinion-leaders/trade-professionals.

The Department is part of the Marketing Administration and is in charge of the marketing activities of the state of Israel around the world. The department oversees the activities of 19 offices around the world, and manages many activities directly from Jerusalem.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct their internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

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Welfare and Human Rights Fellow, Department of International Relations, Ministry of Social Affairs and Services - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

As a Social Affairs Fellow, you may assist with the Ministry’s response to UN conventions/committees questionnaires, including interviewing the relevant directors and receiving the data required, writing the report and staying in touch with the International Relations Departments in the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. You could also be heavily involved in Israel’s Social Services Best Practices Booklet, helping the Ministry’s directors to write and formulate requests to the EU, assisting in the field of International Social Services and reviewing humanitarian aid organizations.

The department is responsible for all international relations, bilateral agreements, work with international organizations (EU, UN), cooperation with international foundations and the importing and exporting of knowledge regarding social services. The department is also the Israel Correspondent to the International Social Service Organization (“ISS”).

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct our internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

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Resource Development Intern, TARA Consulting Group - Provided by Career Israel  

T.A.R.A. is looking for an intern who will help the company to expand its international presence and enhance its capabilities in the following ways:
1. Assist current international clients which invest in the Israeli market.
2. Brainstorm, build and execute, together with the relevant staff, a comprehensive plan to empower clients’ cooperation with International actors, mainly in the philanthropic world.
3. Cooperate with international actors and assist clients’ work, organize conferences, coordinate visits by different delegations and form friends associations.
4. Conduct a research about relevant funds that might be relevant to clients, as well as file relevant applications in coordination with the client’s PoC.
5. Create marketing materials in English for the company and its clients.

T.A.R.A is looking for a candidate who has the following characteristics:
1. Eloquent writing skills.
2. Hard-working team player.
3. The ability to think out-of-the-box.
4. Experience with research and data management.
5. Experience with fundraising or resource development.
6. Understanding of the current trends in the Israel Philanthropy world.

T.A.R.A. is a boutique Strategic Consulting firm, working with the top management of leading organizations. T.A.R.A specializes in regulatory processes in Israel, government relations, large-scale project management, crises management, negotiations and organizational decision making. T.A.R.A believe s that governance and governmental affairs are professional fields of practice like any other. Work in these fields demands relevant professional background and experience. Building on their extensive public experience, T.A.R.A. assists their clients in reaching out to the government in Israel through the use of the relevant professional language and through the use of the working method that was developed by T.A.R.A.

T.A.R.A’s method, which includes a complete analysis of the governmental and regulatory map relevant to the issue at hand, alongside with setting attainable goals with the client and the search for relevant strategic non-governmental partnerships has yielded far reaching results. Their solutions today affect the changes that form the shape of Israel’s tomorrow in various fields from public health, health care reform, Haredi population involvement in the labor market, local economic development, higher education, national youth movements, national holocaust remembrance, empowerment of senior citizens and much more. T.A.R.A also provides consulting to some of Israel’s biggest and most influential municipalities and local authorities, as well as Israel’s leading NGOs.

T.A.R.A. is headed by Mr. Oved Yehezkel who served as the Cabinet Secretary for the Israeli Government (2007-2009), under former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Among his responsibilities, he served as Cabinet spokesperson, supervised the Cabinet and various ministerial committee agendas, and coordinated between all members of government. Prior to that, he served as Deputy Chief of Staff, Head of the Prime Minister’s team of Advisers, and as a personal adviser to Mr. Olmert from the days he served as the Mayor of Jerusalem.

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Foreign Relations Intern, Israel Council on Foreign Relations - Provided by Career Israel  

Israel Council on Foreign Relations Internship Through Masa Israel Journey

The intern’s responsibilities will be highly varied, including assisting in editing articles; updating website information; managing social media; updating journal subscriber information; and participating in ICFR events (lectures, conferences, etc.).

The Israel Council on Foreign Relations (ICFR) is a strictly non-partisan forum for the study and debate of foreign policy. It functions under the auspices of the World Jewish Congress. It was established by the late Dr. David Kimche and on the model of the New York Council on Foreign Relations and the British Chatham House. The Council aspires to stimulate public awareness of world events and insightful discussion of foreign policy issues, particularly regarding Israel and the Middle East.

The ICFR engages in three main areas of activity: It publishes the Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs three times per annum; holds public lectures and symposiums; and runs a Young Diplomats Forum, which brings together young foreign diplomats posted in Israel with their Israeli counterparts.

Also posted in Jerusalem, Law, Non-Profit & Social Change | Comments closed
Resource Development Internship, Movement for Quality Government - Provided by Israel Way  

MQG has an internship position available in the resource development department. The department’s main activities are provision of extensive opportunities for giving, donor recognition, outreach to new donor bases and relevant target groups abroad, development of external alliances and collaborations, initiation and coordination of onsite visits and presentations and production of marketing materials.

The mission of the Movement for Quality Government in Israel is to promote good government for the people of Israel. The organization is dedicated to the proposition that democracy must be actively nurtured, never more so than in a young country like Israel. Over the years, the MQG has established itself as the nation’s preeminent citizen watchdog organization and peerless advocate for public accountability and the rule of law.

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International Division Internship, Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce - Provided by Israel Way  

The internship includes assisting in organizing and attending business seminars and events. Some of the events take place as part of visits of foreign business delegations headed by presidents of economic organizations, ministers and prime ministers of various countries. The events include speeches, business & economic information as well as B2B meetings.

The Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce (FICC ) is one of Israel’s largest business organizations. The Federation is regarded as one of the most influential and most dynamic organizations of its kind in Israel. As the country’s largest employers association, FICC is one of the leading members of the coordinating council of Israel’s economic organization, and represents the interests of Israel’s business sector, including exporters and importers, wholesale and retail, services and manufacturers.

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History Intern, The Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People (CAHJP) - Provided by Real Life Israel  

Looking for interns with knowledge on Jewish History and motivation to explore the past of the Jewish people. You’ll work to innovate and investigate different Jewish communities all over the world. Languages other than English will be helpful to build a personal project during the internship.

The Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People (CAHJP) were established in 1939. They hold the archives of hundreds of Jewish communities, as well as of local, national and international Jewish organizations and the private collections of many outstanding Jewish personalities. The Archives now hold the most extensive collection of documents, pinkassim (registers) and other records of Jewish history from the Middle Ages to the present day.

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Intelligence Analyst, Max Security Solutions - Provided by Career Israel  

Interns will be positioned in the company’s Intelligence Division, working alongside veteran risk consultants and intelligence analysts. Interns will gain valuable exposure to the inner workings of a private consulting firm, including: Gathering relevant information by utilizing multiple sources; Monitoring security-related events taking place in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia; Providing research and analysis for in-depth reports; Authoring and submitting analysis articles for major media publications; Assisting in product development and marketing; Learning about the integration of on-ground operations and intelligence; Journalism: Sharing information, writing op eds, or providing commentary; Standout interns who excel and meet our qualifications may become eligible for future employment (No guarantees).

Max Security Solutions is a global leader in providing comprehensive, client-tailored risk-mitigation solutions. From executive protection and travel security, to facility consulting and intelligence, we strive to enable our client’s business continuity in the world’s most complex operating environments.

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Social Services, The Michael Levin Lone Soldier Center - Provided by Career Israel  

As an intern of the center, you will organize activities for lone soldiers, write newsletters with information regarding support services, fundraising, PR, and taking meals to soldiers on base.

The Michael Levin Lone Soldier Center provides a variety of support services for lone soldiers (soldiers serving in the IDF whose parents do not live in Israel). The Lone Soldier Center, in Memory of Michael Levin, was founded in 2009 by a group of former lone soldiers aware and concerned of this growing need. The Center is the first and only organization solely dedicated to meeting all of the physical and social needs of lone soldiers.

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Research Internship, The Kohelet Policy Forum - Provided by Multiple Providers  

As an intern you will take part in legal and/or economic comparative research that will be part of the Forum’s policy papers. You will be given the opportunity to attend meetings in the Knesset and expert conferences on major policy issues every few weeks.

The Kohelet Policy Forum is a non-partisan entity established by Professor Moshe Koppel, who now serves as the Forum’s Chairman, together with several leading Israeli academics, public intellectuals and activists. It relies on private donations and does not accept direct or indirec public funds from any government, domestic or foreign. The Forum’s legislative research, policy papers, and other researc- based products are offered to Israeli decision makers free of charge. The Forum maintains an open door policy and is always on the lookout for likeminded people who are working to strengthen Israel through ideas and innovation.

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Public Relations and Journalism Internship, Headline Media - Provided by Israel Way  

The intern will assist on multiple PR accounts, following and documenting press coverage, conducting market research, and editing press releases.  The intern will attend conferences and high-profile media training events for Headline clients. The intern will handle our social media, Facebook and Twitter accounts, and will be responsible for developing and expanding our social media strategy.

Headline Media is a premier international communications firm made up of frontline journalists and newscasters from CNN, ABC News, and other world news networks. Headline’s team of top-tier communications experts train Israeli diplomats, politicians and military figures for interviews, public appearances and presentations to international audiences.

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Research Intern, The International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) - Provided by Multiple Providers  

ICT is looking for an intern to join the research team and take responsibility for gathering and analyzing data and information from various intelligence sources. As a member of this team, you will assist in evaluating data and recommending solutions and policies. As part of this unique team you be supporting the efforts to prevent terrorism.

ICT is an organization facilitating international cooperation in the global struggle against terrorism. ICT also serves as a joint forum for international policymakers to share information through research and academic publications for worldwide distribution.

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Law Assistant, The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA) - Provided by Real Life Israel  

As an intern for JCPA you will gain hands-on experience and learn about the inner workings of international law. You will conduct research, assist with administrative duties, write footnotes for international law research papers, and assist with arranging speakers for special events.

The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs is a leading independent research institute specializing in public diplomacy and foreign policy

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Research Fellow, The Reut Institute - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

Fellows at the Reut Institute will participate as team members in both ‘knowledge-development’ and ‘impact’ efforts. Primary responsibilities for ‘knowledge-development’ members include individual and team-based research in the field which the team is focused. While on the ‘impact’ team your efforts include individual engagement and presentations, partnerships on conferences, convening roundtables and seminars, and media and education campaigns.

Reut, based in Tel Aviv, is an innovative policy group designed to provide and influence real-time, long-term strategic decision-support to Israeli leaders and decision-makers. Reut supplies its services to people in positions of leadership, authority, and influence in Israel’s public sphere and in the Jewish world.

Also posted in Non-Profit & Social Change, Tel Aviv | Comments closed
Economic Analysis and Research Fellow, Israel Securities Authority (I.S.A) – Economics Department - Provided by Multiple Providers  

As a Fellow at I.S.A., you will complete a substantial research project in the field of financial securities regulation and have the opportunity to present you findings to decision-makers within and outside the ISA. While this is the primary task, you may also be asked to assist other researchers within the economics department in their work, and attend conferences, seminars and meetings in finance and securities regulation.

The Israel Securities Authority was established in 1968 to protect the interests of the investing public. Among other things, the Authority fights securities fraud, use of inside information and secreting material information from investors.

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International Affairs Coordinator, Israel Antitrust Authority – Director General’s Office - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

As the international affairs coordinator you have the opportunity to gain hands on experience conducting research, writing press releases, and drafting annual reports and surveys. As a Fellow you would be assisting in enforcement and advocacy efforts of the IAA.

The Israel Antitrust Authority (IAA) is an independent government enforcement agency. The IAA has a mandate to prevent the creation of market power through the regulation of mergers and anti-cartel enforcement, to restrain abuse by dominant firms of their positions and to preserve competition in the various markets.

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Assistant to the Director, Global Debt Capital Markets and Foreign Currency Transactions Department, Ministry of Finance - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

As a Fellow at the Ministry of Finance you will learn the inner workings of the world economy. You will have the opportunity to take part in the hedging program of the Israeli government and assist in maintaining relationships with international credit rating agencies.

The Global Debt Capital Market and Foreign Currency Transactions Department is responsible for executing issues abroad (selecting target markets, timing of issues and volumes; locating underwriters and preparing legal and marketing materials), and maintaining relationships with international credit rating agencies, and monitoring global markets and studying new markets.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct their internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

Also posted in Business & Finance, Jerusalem | Comments closed
Research & Support Officer, Mashav- Israel’s National Agency for Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

MashavAs a Fellow at Mashav, you may be involved in conducting research and analysis of the latest developments, publications and current trends in international development policy, discourse and practice. Issues will include climate change, financing for development, aid effectiveness, the food crisis, the financial crisis, sustainable development, capacity building and other issues in the field of development. You may also assist the Director of Evaluation in preparing Terms of Reference (TOR) for evaluations; preparation of briefings for specific meetings or visits overseas and participating in official meetings.

MASHAV is responsible for designing, implementing, and monitoring Israel’s international development assistance programs. Programs are implemented in Israel and throughout the developing world.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct the internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

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Internship for the Ministry of Justice – The Department of Special International Affairs, Office of the State Attorney - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

Fellows will conduct research on a range of issues, particularly regarding legal initiatives against Israel. The work will involve tracing developments in international law, the laws concerning armed conflict, and the fight against terrorism. The daily work includes research, drafting memoranda, and summaries of recent developments. We also hope to have the Fellow assist us in arranging an international conference.

The department of special international affairs has responsibility within the State Attorney’s Office for public international law and litigation. These responsibilities include matters involving international humanitarian law, and international criminal law.

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Personal Assistant to the Department Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs – International Organizations Division - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

This position is ideal for someone interested in gaining experience with the UN and seeking a career in international relations. As a Fellow with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs you will be responsible for writing papers regarding specific UN organizations and specialized agencies, editing documents and speechwriting, assisting in preparing for visits from international delegations and attending meetings. There is a possibility for long-term projects based on demand and the initiative of the Fellow.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs deals with the agencies and organs of the UN and their relations with the State of Israel. This includes: being in daily contact with our UN missions, recommending and implementing Israel’s policy in the international arena, and promoting a positive agenda in the UN and its specialized agencies.

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News and New Media Fellow, Government Press Office - Provided by Career Israel  

The Government Press Office is looking for an intern who has a solid understanding of Israel’s history, political process, public diplomacy, and challenges faced in the media. The intern’s responsibilities will include assisting with the maintenance of the office’s foreign media survey relating to Israel and keeping the foreign press informed of upcoming events and conferences. Fellows will be encouraged to participate in media tours, conferences, and other events relating to the office’s activities.

The Government Press Office is assigned with the responsibility of coordinating channels of communication between the Israeli government and the press. The division issues press accreditation and is responsible for facilitating press coverage of key state functions and visits of foreign dignitaries.

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International Affairs Assistant, Department of Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs), Ministry of Environmental Protection - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

As an International Affairs assistant, you may be involved in organizing inter-ministerial consultations; reviewing and analyzing documentation produced by the Secretariat of the Convention; assisting in identifying specific Israeli interests and seeking materials on the various topics at hand. The Fellow may also assist in drafting interventions and speeches and preparing materials for delegations. The Fellow will gain a deep understanding of the international environmental legal regime and Israel’s role.

The MEA is charged with promoting the accession to and participation of Israel in International Environmental Conventions, Protocols and Agreements together with relevant professional staff of the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MoEP) and other governmental and non governmental bodies in Israel and works in close cooperation with the Department of International Relations in the MoEP.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct their internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

Also posted in Environment / Clean-tech, Jerusalem | Comments closed
Assistant to the Division’s Deputy Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs – International Organizations Division - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

This position is ideal for someone interested in gaining experience with UN issues and seeking a career in international relations. As a Fellow with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs you will be responsible for writing papers regarding specific UN organizations and specialized agencies, editing documents and speech writing, assisting in preparing for visits from international delegations and attending meetings. There is a possibility for long-term projects based on demand and the initiative of the Fellow.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs deals with the agencies and organs of the UN and their relations with the State of Israel. This includes: being in daily contact with our UN missions, recommending and implementing Israel’s policy in the international arena, and promoting a positive agenda in the UN and its specialized agencies.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct our internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

Also posted in Jerusalem, Uncategorized | Comments closed

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Campaign Internship, The Israel Democracy Institute

While interning with the Israel Democracy Institute you will get hands on experience with campaign management. You will also be responsible for researching governmental issues ranging from treatment of African asylum seekers to the representation of women in the Knesset.

The Israel Democracy Institute, established in 1991, is dedicated to strengthening the foundations of Israeli democracy. Their goal is to supports Israel’s elected officials, civil servants, and opinion leaders.

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Marketing and PR Internship

This center promotes understanding and furthers cooperation between Israel and Asia along economic, foreign policy and cultural platforms. It does this through numerous methods including but not limited to publishing news, features and analysis on Israel-Asia affairs; holding different sessions in Israel, Asia and the US on foreign policy, cultural and economic issues impacting Israel-Asia affairs; running a Fellowship program for Asian students in Israel.

Intern will be a Programs Coordinator / Public Relations & Marketing Coordinator. Intern’s responsibilities include: assisting in the coordination of the fellowship program, updating the center’s website, preparing marketing materials and press releases, and undertaking occasional research and updating organizational data.

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Geology Research and Analysis Internship

This government institute, founded in 1949, operates under the Earth Science Research Administration within the Ministry of National Infrastructures and is involved in earth science research and development in the broadest senses, adapting itself to the changing needs of a small and dynamic country. The objectives of the institute are: to document, study and conduct research in all aspects of the country’s geology, to act as an advisory body to all government branches and major public and private enterprises, to maintain a national and regional earth sciences data base, and to maintain an analytical infrastructure.

Interns will work as a Researcher and Analyst, working out in the field collecting material; analyzing material; making and writing up conclusions. The intern has intern has opportunities to travel around Israel learning about the geology of the land.

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Finance & Analysis Internship, Jerusalem

This joint government/municipal corporation, under the authority of the Minister of Finance, the Minister for Jerusalem Affairs and the Mayor, serves many varied functions including: the initiation of activities and preparation of plans for the economic development of Jerusalem and to encourage economic initiative for the development of Jerusalem. The corporation has a council made up of members, most of whom are representatives of the government (public sector employees), the municipality (elected officials and employees) and the public.

Intern will serve as a Financial Analyst in creating a program to encourage the growth of affordable housing in Jerusalem and working on programs to attract international students to Jerusalem. In the past, the intern has met with the Mayor of Jerusalem and other respected government officials.

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Ministry of Finance

The Economics and Research Department analyzes information on economic developments in Israel and abroad and presents its policy assessments to the Finance Minister. The department is responsible for modeling and forecasting the macroeconomic indicators that are used in budget calculations, and regular reports on the Israeli economy. The department’s data and reports are directly used in the formulation of Israel’s economic policy.

Intern will serve as Research Assistant / Junior Economist. The intern will be responsible for preparing reports and presentations on economic developments, researching policy related issues based on international comparisons and economic literature. The intern will also be assigned to work independently on selected long term economic projects in accordance to the Ministry’s objectives and his/her personal interests.

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Ministry of Finance

The Global Debt Capital Markets and Foreign Currency Transactions Department is responsible for executing issues abroad (selecting target markets, timing of issues and volumes; locating underwriters and preparing legal and marketing materials), maintaining relationships with international credit rating agencies, monitoring global markets and studying new markets, handling additional matters related to the government’s foreign currency transactions.

Intern will serve as Assistant Director, Global Debt Capital Markets and Foreign Currency Transactions and perform the following responsibilities: prepare for executing issues abroad, take part in the hedging program of the Government of Israel (derivatives), maintain relationships with international credit rating agencies (Moody’s, S&P and Fitch), provide agencies with information regarding the Israeli market, and assist to arrange agencies’ annual visit in Israel and will join them during the visit. Intern will be responsible for gathering information about the Israeli and the world economy and serve as a liaison for the Ministry of Finance Representative Office in New York.

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Prime Minister’s Office

The Department is in charge of Restitution of Rights and Jewish Property from the Holocaust (Shoah) Era, and from Arab countries. The Department is also a part of the Prague process and the national Israeli advisory council for Restitution of Jewish Property and other boards concerning the same matter.

The Research and Resource Assistant will mostly perform research, update country files,, deal with research on the rights of Jews from Arab countries and Iran and serve as a resource person in the areas of speech writing, article writing and English language in general.

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