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The Cameri Theatre seeks a Hair and Makeup Artist to assist the Hair and Makeup Manager.
-Creating, washing and styling wigs
-Preparing the make-up boxes for each actor
-Attending dress rehearsals
-Shadowing hair and makeup artists as they prepare actors for show time
-Backstage theater work experience, preferably in hair and makeup
The Cameri Theatre, the Tel Aviv municipal theatre, was founded in 1944. It is considered the largest and most prolific theatre in Israel. Each year the Cameri stages up to twelve new productions, together with twenty productions from previous seasons. The theatre is located in the center of Tel Aviv. All the productions run there in its 5 auditoriums. The Cameri also has a touring company that brings its productions to the periphery, throughout Israel.
As an Editorial Intern at Time Out Israel, you will gain a true understanding of what it means to be a journalist.
You’ll be responsible for:
-Copy editing, proofreading, and fact checking
-Researching and writing about cultural events across the country
-Creating and curating social media content
Time Out helps more than 33 million people across the globe to make the most of their cities by providing detailed information about events, culture, entertainment and leisure. Timeout.co.il is under the umbrella of Time Out Tel Aviv, Time Out Israel’s weekly, Hebrew edition and a host of services, activities and media are included as well (mobile applications; supplemental unique content; city guides, activity on social networks, event planning, etc.)
The Research Fellow will be responsible for ad-hoc assignments and long-term research projects.
The Fellow’s research will focus on the following areas:
-Equity crowd funding
-Background in economics, finance, and/or strategy preferred.
-Strong research and analysis skills
-English proficiency is required
-Hebrew beneficial but not required
-Previous experience with MS Office preferred
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.
The Psychology Research Intern will assist Dr. Hillel Aviezer in studies of the behavioral and neuropsychological dynamics of social and emotional perceptions and expression.
The intern’s tasks will include:
-Collecting data from participants in the study
-Reading research articles
-Learning how to program experiments and code and analyze data
The intern may also have the opportunity to conduct his or her own research project on a specific topic of interest.
-Degree in Psychology
Dr. Hillel Aviezer’s research is focused on understanding the behavioral and neuropsychological dynamics of social and emotional perception and expression. Facial expressions are elusive: despite decades of research surprisingly little is known about real-life emotional expressions occurring in natural context. An example of a research line in the lab involves contextualized emotion perception, in which we zoom out from the isolated face and try to understand how people express and perceive emotion in natural context. Our research is conducted on various neuropsychological populations (e.g., individuals with visual agnosia, Huntingtons disease, Kallmann syndrome etc) as well as healthy individuals.
The Department of Psychology at the Hebrew University has a magnificent history of research and instruction. Following this tradition, the first psychology department in Israel continues to lead the way in research with faculty members who are world- renowned in their fields and outstanding students.
-iOS and Android app development
Check Point Software Technologies is the worldwide leader in securing the internet. Making internet communications and critical data secure, reliable and available everywhere has been and continues to be our ongoing vision. We are committed to staying focused on real customer needs and to developing new and innovative security solutions that redefine the security.
The Israel Broadcasting Authority seeks a Media Inter with a rich background in media, and experience in journalism, writing and film making.
The Israel Broadcasting Authority is an Israel television station that is known throughout Israel as a highly respected authority for broadcasting Israeli and world news in English.
The Volunteer Coordinator will manage and mentor young volunteers participating in various projects of the Youth and Community Office.
-Basic Hebrew skills required
Ra’anana is a bustling city located in the central district of Israel, 20 minutes outside of Tel Aviv. Established by Americans in 1922, the city has a diverse population which is composed of English, French, Russian, and Spanish speakers and a vast population of religious Jews. Many of the world’s leading hi-tech companies are based in Ra’anana, including Microsoft, Amdocs, HP and Waze.
The Communication Officer assumes a key position at the forefront of the World Union of Jewish Students (WUJS)*, working to improve the visibility of of the organization. S/he will report directly to the Projects Director.
The intern will be responsible for:
-Defining and implementing the organization’s internal and external communication strategies
– Maintaining regular contact with our member unions, partner organizations, event participants and alumni
-Maintaining and monitoring all WUJS digital and social media
-Working with designers to develop all WUJS publications
-Writing and editing press releases, speeches, articles, leaflets and blogs about campus and the work of WUJS
-Managing and building a network of student journalists to write blogs for WUJS
-Collating information, drafting and editing monthly newsletters for students and supporters
-Maintaining and updating the WUJS website
-Pitching articles and opinion pieces to editors/journalists for Jewish, Israeli and other media
-Other tasks as needed
-Effective verbal communication skills
-Commitment to the mission and vision of WUJS
-Experience in project and/or event management desirable
-Knowledge and experience in using social media platforms and tools
-Student or recent university graduate (within 3 years)
-Ability to build and maintain professional relationships with students, stakeholders and educational institutions
-Self-motivation when working remotely
-Willing to work flexible hours and adapt to last minute changes – must be able to work well under pressure
-Fluency in English required
-Reasonable grasp of Hebrew highly recommended
-Any other European languages are an asset
WUJS is the international, pluralistic, non-partisan umbrella organisation comprising of 48 national independent Jewish Student Unions from all over the world. Founded in 1924 with the aim of “Fostering the unity of Jewish students worldwide. Striving to ensure their participation in the fulfillment of the aspirations of the Jewish people, its continuity, and the development of its religious, spiritual, cultural and social heritage.” WUJS holds itself to same high ideals to this day and continues to promote the Jewish cause as a light unto the nations.
*Please note: World Union of Jewish Students is not associated with the Masa Israel WUJS internship program.
As an organization, the New Fund for Cinema and Television (NFCT) strives to promote appreciation for Israeli cinema both domestically and internationally. We are hoping to expand our reach with communities all over the world and are looking for an intern to help us with this ongoing project.
-Maintaining social media accounts
-Assisting in writing/proofing/editing communication pieces including newsletters, web content, etc.
-Conducting research on potential donors
-Drafting grant proposals and other fundraising materials
-Supporting NFCT’s monthly Anglo film series
-Knowledge of social media
-Excellent writing skills in English
-Interest in film
-Strong interpersonal skills
-Ability to work independently
Established in 1993, the New Fund for Cinema and Television is an Israeli non-governmental organization positioned at the intersection of cinema and social change. Through our financial and professional support to filmmakers, we cultivate artistic excellence and contribute to the creation of outstanding films on a broad array of issues.
The Jerusalem Institute of Justice seeks a Human Rights and Social Media Intern to assist with its research and marketing efforts.
The intern will be responsible for:
-Social media management
-Research, writing and editing
-Interest in human rights, international law and/or social justice
-Basic graphic design skills
-Experience in social media
-High level English writing skills
The Jerusalem Institute of Justice is dedicated to cultivating and defending the rule of law, human rights, freedom of conscience and democracy for all people in Israel and its adjacent territories. Our passionate, knowledgeable and professional staff effectively educate and advocate for victims of repressive policies in our region.
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