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Interested in the latest and greatest opportunities? Featured internships are the newest openings offered by some of Israel’s most exciting and innovative organizations. Whether you’re interested in starting your own company or saving the environment, we’ve got the internship that’s right for you.

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Jerusalem Foundation Internship through Masa Israel JourneyThis Research, Social Media Managing and Project Planning Intern will be work in the US department of The Jerusalem Foundation. Responsibilities include:
-Assisting in mapping and approaching other funds
-Managing the foundation’s social media presence, across platforms
-Participation with current projects.

-Fluent in English
-High level writing skills
-Experience with social media
-Proficiency in another language advantageous
-Previous experience in Jewish nonprofit work preferred

The Jerusalem Foundation has been working on behalf of Jerusalem and its residents for more than 45 years. The Foundation’s early years were shaped by the city’s need to develop, mostly by building a city, block by block, school by school, park by park. Without neglecting the development of physical infrastructure, and continuing to care for previously completed projects, their last two decades were marked not only by physical but also programmatic investment, from community empowerment projects, to creating cultural programming, to leveling the playing field between East and West Jerusalem, to coexistence programming. Four decades after their founding, they have left our imprint on about 4000 projects, many of which are some of the city’s best known landmarks. They continue to support institutions, while adding many more programs to their roster, supported by direct donor funding.

alt="ey internship israel"The tax department of EY is one of the largest of its kind in Israel. The large department allows specialization in specific areas while providing a comprehensive service that combines the department’s partners, skills, knowledge and experience. The combination of the size of the department and the quality of its partners and employees allows us to provide our customers with top notch service, combining expertise in various subjects under “one roof” including international taxation, American taxation, prices with indirect taxation, mergers, state benefits (government incentives), Real Estate, and other investment entities. In the department there are senior tax experts many of whom worked in the tax authorities, CPAs, attorneys, tax consultants, economists and more.

The Tax Department Intern’s tasks will include:
-Preparation of background material to deal with various tax issues
-Involvement in the process of assessment
-Complex tax consulting given to a customer (transaction integration, restructuring, cross-border transactions)
-Participation in professional training in the field of tax
-Interaction with the audit teams in the office

-Bachelor’s degree in Accounting (preferably with a joint degree in Law)
-High level of English
-Ability to learn independently

EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, transactions and advisory services.

Locally, we are committed to doing our part in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities.

Globally, we are also united by our shared values, which inspire our people worldwide and guide them to do the right thing, and our commitment to quality, which is embedded in who we are and everything we do.


alt="co-pro israel documentary screen market"Co-Pro: The Israel Documentary Screen Market seeks an International and Public Relations Coordinator to assist the organization in networking, fundraising and marketing activities.

The intern will be responsible for:
-Researching potential contacts in the global Jewish community
-Developing an outreach strategy for Jewish communal contacts abroad
-Maintaining relationships with organizations and contacts from abroad
-Assisting in fundraising activities such as letter and grant writing
-Writing newsletters and press releases
-Website, social media, and data content development and maintenance

-Previous experience in administrative work, marketing, PR, development
-Familiarity with social media network

CoPro – The Documentary Marketing Foundation – has been promoting the marketing of Israeli documentary films outside of Israel for 15 years. CoPro promotes documentary creativity in Israel by bringing in investors from outside of Israel. The guests are leading television commissioning editors from the most prestigious channels in the world, network executives, international film fund managers, directors of film festivals, leading global producers and distributors of documentary films from all over the world. CoPro, a not-for-profit organization functioning as a foundation, is the first and only organization doing this kind of work in Israel.

alt="israel ministry of foreign affairs"The Middle East Affairs Fellow will assist the Division in promoting people-to-people activities as well as regional diplomatic dialogue.

The Fellow will be responsible for:
-Preparing daily international media reports on on Middle East affairs, with an emphasis on Arab media
-Analyzing official reports related to the Middle East
-Various research projects
-Attending events, meetings with foreign diplomats and political briefings

The Fellow may also have the opportunity to pursue a long-term project within the Division, depending on his or her interests and experience.

-Fluent in English
-Excellent writing skills
-Proficiency in Arabic and/or other languages advantageous
-Degree in International Relations, Political Science, Islamic Studies, Middle Eastern Studies and/or Arabic preferred
-Candidates should have an interest in Israeli foreign policy
-Curiosity and openness to other cultures and languages

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs formulates, implements and presents the foreign policy of the Government of Israel. It represents the state vis-a-vis foreign governments and international organizations, explains its positions and problems throughout the world, endeavors to promote its economic, cultural, and scientific relations, and fosters cooperation with developing countries. Israel currently maintains diplomatic relations with 162 countries. The Ministry promotes relations with Diaspora communities and safeguards the rights of Israeli citizens abroad.

The Middle East Affairs and Regional Cooperation Division deals with Israeli-Arab relations, including coordination of multilateral and bilateral talks.

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.

alt="meitav dash investment"The Institutional Brokerage and Trading Associate will trade in the Tel Aviv stock market (TA-100 Index) and perform sector and macro analyses of the Israeli economy.

Intern’s tasks will include:
-Collating relevant information and data
-Determining market sentiment via research, valuation and data analysis
-Monitoring USA and international market performance

-Native English speaker
-Background in finance, accounting and/or international properties

Meitav Dash is owned by the BRM Group and Mr. Zvi Stepak. It is one of the leading and largest Investment Houses in Israel. Meitav Dash has decades of experience and is led by Mr. Ilan Raviv with the help of approximately 800 devoted and dedicated employees.

We manage over 37 Billion Dollars for private, business and institutional clients. Each one of our clients enjoys a full array of savings and investments products that are tailored made, such as Mutual and Pension Funds along with Managed Portfolios.


alt="israel ministry of finance"The Assistant to the Director will help the Director of the Global Debt Capital Markets and Foreign Currency Transactions Department in communicating with relevant international bodies and organizations.

The Fellow will be tasked with:
-Preparation for executing issues abroad
-Taking part in the hedging program of the Government of Israel (derivatives)
-Maintaining relationships with international credit rating agencies (Moody’s, S&P and Fitch), providing them with information regarding the Israeli market and assisting them with their arrangements for their annual visit in Israel and will join them during the visit
-Gathering information about the Israeli and the world economy
– Acting as point person for English content, including SEC filings and annual report, as well as other miscellaneous publications. This includes drafting documents from scratch, along with editing and revising documents

The Fellow can also expect the added benefits of having the opportunity to interact with top-level individuals and financial firms around the world, including global investors and well-respected law firms in the United States and London. They will have the opportunity to work closely with such individuals when the work presents itself.

-Background in Economics, Business or Accounting preferred
-Working knowledge of capital markets and debt issuance advantageous, or interest in finance and ability to learn quickly required
-Native English speaker
-Highly motivated team Player
-Excellent communication skills
-Proficiency in MS Office, computer literacy and ability to learn IT systems (ie, Bloomberg terminal) quickly

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.

The Fashion Design Intern will have the opportunity to develop his or her technique and design skills, work with a variety of materials, and learn about the Israeli fashion industry.

The intern will assist the design and construction of garments. Specifically, s/he will be responsible for:
-Cutting pieces of lace
-Sewing trims and lace onto garments
-Adding crystals, stones and pearls
-Steaming dresses for pickup

-Degree in fashion design
-Experience in evening wear design
-Hard worker

Victor Bellaish is an Israeli bridal and evening gown designer.

alt="jaffa institute"The Jaffa Institute Seeks a Communications and Development Intern to assist with grant writing, social media management, and donor relations.

The intern will also be responsible for:
-Writing program descriptions
-Planning fundraising events
-Developing social media and digital marketing campaigns

-Excellent writing skills
-Passion for social change

The Jaffa Institute was established in 1982 as a private, non-profit, multi-service social agency to assist the Jaffa area’s severely disadvantaged children and their families. Our mission is to provide educational, recreational and social enrichment programs which enhance the self-esteem and academic performance of each child in our care, thereby enabling them to succeed academically and break the cycle of intergenerational poverty into which they were born. Through over 30 different initiatives our programs reach 4,000 citizens annually.

alt="billguard"We’re looking for a the kind of person that can leverage data research and coding skills to crunch and visualize many sorts of data sets and algorithms to identify schemes that everybody overlooked so far.

The ideal intern is passionate about solving puzzles and is equipped with sharp analysis skills, allowing him/her to analyze various kinds of data and information and present data and product insights. The role encompasses acquisition and application of vast knowledge areas, over a short period of time, and requires a strong sense of personal responsibility and versatility.

-Strategic thinking with strong analysis and creative problem-solving skills.
-Coding experience (we use mostly Python for research) – a must.
-Experience crunching large databases (we use mySQL and MongoDB).
-Experience with BI tools – a plus.
-Get things done mentality

BillGuard leverages data to empower consumers to spend smarter and save money.
Listed as one of the 10 most innovative finance companies by Fast Company, BillGuard harnesses the collective knowledge of millions of consumers to help credit and debit card users track their spending, save money and spend smarter.

If you are like us and embrace the work-hard, play-hard, agile environment, please read on. We’re not afraid to move fast and break things as we release, launch, iterate, update and announce in a matter of days or weeks. We’re in this because we want to make an impact in the life of millions of consumers.


The Research and Support Officer at MASHAV, a division of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, will conduct research and analysis of the latest developments, publications and current trends in international development policy, discourse and practice.

The research will focus on the follow issues:
-Climate change
-Financing for development
-Aid effectiveness
-Food crisis and agricultural technology
-Effects of the financial crisis
-Sustainable development
-Capacity building

The intern will assist the Director of Evaluation with the following tasks:
-Preparing Terms of Reference (TOR) for evaluations
-Drafting and preparing briefings for specific meetings or visits overseas
-Participating in official meetings.

MASHAV is responsible for designing, implementing, and monitoring Israel’s international development assistance programs. Programs are implemented in Israel as well as 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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