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The English Assistant will work with underprivileged students from Jaffa and South Tel Aviv who participate in The Jaffa Institute’s after school enrichment programs.
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.
The Divison Assistant will contribue to all aspect of the Publicity and Communications Division’s work, including the international WIZO magazine and digital marketing.
The intern’s tasks include:
-Writing content for print, web and social media
-Social media management
-Degree in journalism, communications or related field preferred
-Knowledge or experience in social media, web content or journalism
-Excellent writing skills
WIZO was founded in 1920 in direct response to the needs of women and children in Israel. Today, WIZO continues to identify the needs of Israeli society and creates solutionsto meet them. Now 250,000 members strong, WIZO is the main agent of change for women, children and youth in Israel.
Keith Glassman Photography seeks a photographer to assist in setting up the studio for shoots, editing photos, and occasionally taking photos during shoots.
-Background in studio art and photography
-Professional photography experience required
Keith Glassman was born in Brooklyn, raised in New York and attended the Parsons School of Design in Manhattan. Today, he primarily shoots for advertisements, catalogs, magazines, packaging and corporate brochures. He is known for his keen sense of composition and lighting, and for his eye for design, which he developed while growing up around the graphic design industry.
Gain real work experience at Israel’s leading manufacturer of tactical and rescue gear and apparel.
The Markerting, Design and Operations Intern will be responsible for:
-Assisting the Marketing Director with research, product branding, marketing, photography and PR activities
-Research for upcoming clothing products
-Creation of marketing materials
-Assisting the Product Development team with creative input
-Assisting the Operations team with supply chain tasks
-Background in Design and/or Marketing/Branding/Fashion
-Hard worker and team player
-Photoshop/CAD technical skills a bonus
Agilite is Israel’s leading manufacturer of tactical and rescue gear and apparel, and was founded by Israeli Special Forces veterans who wanted to create gear that was as clever as it was strong. Today, Agilite is a proud supplier of Special Operations, Law Enforcement and Search and Rescue units across five continents as well as civilians who need exceptional equipment that keeps them agille and light on their feet. It is used in some of the most remote and non-permissive environments in the world.
Mass Challenge seeks an intern to be involved with a wide variety of activities from customer (startup) service to office space development to IT at their startup accelerator.
Operations interns will collaborate with the entire team to prepare for and manage the accelerator program. This includes office space maintenance, IT support, surveys, events, and occasionally providing direct support to startups in the program.
MassChallenge is seeking highly motivated interns passionate about working with early stage startups. Applicants should have a strong work ethic and a lot of enthusiasm for developing their skills and their career in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
What we look for:
-Excellent customer service skills
-Strong written and verbal communication skills, ideally in both Hebrew and English
-Ability to prioritize and execute multiple projects efficiently and simultaneously
-Ability to maintain poise and composure in a fast-paced environment
-Commitment to continuous learning
-Function-area specific education and/or skills are desirable, particularly where noted in the above descriptions
-Goal-oriented and self-motivated; hungry for success
-Dedication to and enthusiasm for our mission of “helping entrepreneurs win!”
MassChallenge Inc., a U.S.-based startup accelerator with existing programs in Boston and the United Kingdom, is expanding its operations in Israel and launching a full startup accelerator serving both the Israeli and international entrepreneurial communities.
The Chimes Israel Holland Center seeks a Peadiatric Occupational Therapy Intern to assist occupational, speech, and physical therapists, as well as teachers in the classroom. The intern will also spend a lot of time playing with kids in their free time.
-Must love kids
-Interest in working with children with special needs
The Holland Center opened in 1996, in collaboration with the Municipality of Tel Aviv, the Ministry of Welfare and Social Services and Chimes Israel in order to offer rehabilitative care for children from the ages of 6 months to 3 years with developmental delays – all under one roof.
The International Business Development Intern will assist in providing international business development services to Manufacturers Association of Israel member companies. These services include commercial, technological and R&D oriented assistance provided on a daily basis to Israeli companies.
-Organize and coordinate bilateral events, delegations and other activities organized by the division
-Research and compose commercial and technological profiles to actively identify global opportunities for member companies
-Identify companies’ needs and join organization on occasional visits with high level managers of member companies
-Locate, identify and analyze international projects and funding opportunities for the MAI and assist in associated application and proposal processes
-Build, maintain and expand MAI’s social media strategy
-BA in business or finance required
The Manufacturers Association of Israel (MAI) is the representative body of all industrial sectors in Israel: private, public, kibbutz and government industries. It consists of more than 2,000 organizations and industrial factories which are responsible for more than 95% of the industrial production in Israel.
The Division of Foreign Trade & International Relations supports MAI’s activity with a focus on economic foreign policy, International cooperation and trade. The Division advocates the interests of the local industry in terms of foreign trade policy, while at the same time promotes international collaborations and the principles of free trade.
The Division officially represents industry and business positions in Intergovernmental and International Organizations.
The Suzanne Della Centre for Dance and Theatre seeks a Foreign Relations Intern to promote the Centre and its company around the world.
The intern will be responsible for:
-Recruiting international dance companies to perform at the Centre in Israel
-Logistics and planning for the Centre’s company performances at international festivals
-Passion for Dance
-Experience in administrative and logistical work
The Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and Theatre is Israel’s home for dance and the premier presenter of Israeli and international contemporary dance companies.
The Civil Society Affairs Fellow will be directly involved in Israel’s efforts of combating delegitimization.
The Fellow will assist the Civil Society Affairs Department’s Coordinator for Combating Delegitimization in the following ways:
-Developing written materials for distribution across key diplomatic and Israel advocacy networks
-Assisting in managing short-term and medium-term projects related to events and conferences
-Monitoring key websites and maintaining ongoing database regarding global anti-Israel activity
-Assisting in the coordination of the full array of local efforts around the world to combat delegitimization
This position is office-based and people-oriented. The Fellow will have the opportunity to be involved in regular meetings and exchanges with outside bodies, as well as efforts to actively shepherd joint initiatives through to fruition.
-High-level spoken and written English
-Excellent writing skills
-Previous experience in Israel advocacy- a distinct advantage
The Civil Society Affairs Department is responsible for countering the assault on Israel’s legitimacy, developing the strategy of action and its implementation. The department acts as the focal point for these issues within the MFA, for the Israeli missions, Pro-Israeli and Jewish advocacy organizations and for the Israeli government agencies. The department has a leading role in the efforts at home and abroad to counter the current assault through building relationships, partnerships and coalitions with influential elites across the full range of political and civic institutions in the international society.
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 Israel Museum seeks Collections Database Intern to photograph and digitize the museum’s collection.
The intern will be responsible for:
-Photographing each piece in the museum
-Uploading photos, with text to database
-Translating lexicon items and index cards
-Researching unkonwn pieces
-Excellent with computers, scanners and other related technology
-Knowledge of Photoshop
-Hebrew helpful, but not required
The Israel Museum is the largest cultural institution in the State of Israel and is ranked among the world’s leading art and archaeology museums. Founded in 1965, the Museum houses encyclopedic collections, including works dating from prehistory to the present day, in its Archaeology, Fine Arts, and Jewish Art and Life Wings, and features the most extensive holdings of biblical and Holy Land archaeology in the world. In just forty-five years, thanks to a legacy of gifts and generous support from its circle of patrons worldwide, the Museum has built a far-ranging collection of nearly 500,000 objects, representing the full scope of world material culture.
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