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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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alt="netafim drip irrigation"Netafim, Israel’s leading drip irrigation company, seeks a Business Development Intern to help expand their operations.

-Ongoing market analysis
-Mapping potential key players in the fields of agriculture, irrigation, bio-fuels and mining and contacting
-Establishing and maintaining high scale clients (ie, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Unilever etc.).

Founded at a time when Israel aimed “to make the desert bloom,” Netafim has been a leader in global agricultural development since our founding. Always growing and diversifying, Netafim integrates a rich legacy with down-to-earth rural values and cutting-edge agronomic and technological expertise to lead the way in drip and micro-irrigation solutions worldwide.


alt="israel ministry of environmental protection"The Environmental Intern will assist the ministry in creating a national alert system for dealing with environmental disasters. The intern’s work will focus on research across different environmental fields.

The ideal candidate will have an understanding of government procedures.

The Ministry of Environmental Protection is responsible for the formulation of a nationwide, integrated, and inclusive policy for the protection of the environment.


alt ="Israel Park internship Masa Israel"The resource development and external relations department develops and manages ties with philanthropic, commercial, and communal organizations in Israel and abroad, as well as external relations with foreign embassies and international organizations. Our goal is to raise funds in order to the support the Israel Nature and Parks Authority work in preserving Israel’s nature, landscape and heritage.

The intern will be responsible for:
-Updating our website and social media outlets
-Assisting in writing and editing our monthly newsletter
-Back office support for all of our international activities
-Developing and maintaining our connections with Jewish communities abroad

Qualifications:
-Speak English at a mother tongue level
-Excellent writing skills
-Strong interpersonal skills
-Proficiencient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

The Israel Nature and Parks Authority (INPA) is a governmental body under the auspices of Israel’s Ministry of Environmental Protection. The INPA is charged with the protection of nature, landscape and heritage in Israel. Its main goals are protection of biodiversity, ecosystems, landscapes, heritage sites as well as education to instill these values.

The INPA is in charge of all national parks and nature reserves in Israel such as Masada, Caesarea, Ein Gedi, Hula etc. We are also in charge of the nature protection in Israel and involved in projects of reintroduction to the wild and rehabilitation of animals such as deer, vultures as well as rehabilitation of habitats like the Hula Reserve, the costal dunes, and the Ramon Park.

Our work includes green planning for Israel’s open spaces as well as education and public relations in the areas of nature protection and heritage.

We protect and foster Israel’s nature, landscape and heritage for this generation and the next to come. We invite you to join in and to be a part of our important work.


alt="israel ministry of environmental protection"The International Affairs Assistant will work closely with the Unit Director to promote Israel’s involvement in international environmental agreements.

Depending on the abilities and interests of the Fellow, the position may include:
-Organizing inter-ministerial consultations
-Reviewing and analyzing the extensive documentation produced by the Secretariat of the Convention, as well as assisting in identifying specific Israeli interests and seeking materials on the topic
-Drafting interventions and speeches and preparing materials for delegations
-Work closely with and be directly mentored by the Head of the Department.

Qualifications:
-Fluent in English
-Excellent writing skills
-Academic knowledge of and interest in International Relations, Environmental Studies, and/or International Law
-Commitment to the incorporation of best international environmental practices in Israel

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.


alt="solar masa internship israel"3GSolar seeks a Business Development Intern to join its motivated team to create and implement new strategies for their emerging solar technology.

The intern will help design new solar platforms and assist with marketing and developing new technology.

Qualifications:
-Solar or general engineering background

3GSolar is a global leader in development of Dye Solar Cells (DSC), which is a third generation thin-film solar cell. The modules can be produced in any color and transparency by our unique printing process. 3GSolar modules are a revolutionary solar energy solution that offer a superior alternative to traditional photovoltaic (PV)  solar modules.

Additional engineering internships available. Please contact jInternship for more details.


alt="arava institute"Research Interns in the Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation are offered the opportunity to work on several current research projects. The intern’s specific projects will depend on his or her background and qualifications.

Projects may include:
Evaluation and testing photovoltaic panels in the Arava Region
Objective: The objective of this project is to evaluate the efficiency of PV panelsunder the harsh climatic conditions of the Arava Region.

Biomass gasification
Objective: This project proposes converting unused agricultural waste into a valuable gas product that can be used to generate electricity or can be used as fuel for internal combustion engines.

Biogas production
Objective: The objective of this project is to develop a low-tech solution to organic waste disposal and methane gas production in unrecognized Bedouin villages in the Negev. This technology (already widespread in China) will give Bedouin communities the capacity to protect themselves from environmental hazards caused by untreated organic waste and will provide a healthier solution to energy needs as
opposed to the current use of diesel powered generators.

Water Desalination Powered by Hybrid Photovoltaic/ Thermal Solar Systems
Objective: The objective of this project is to undertake a systematic investigation of the transient operation of small-scale PV driven desalination plants with preheated water and control strategies for transient energy supply with a focus on active temperature control.

CSP Water Desalination plant.
Objective: The objective of this project is to study CSP technology application for
brackish water desalination.

Through his or her work with the CREEC, the intern will use the following equipment and programs:
-Gas chromatography
-Lab view
-I-V Checker
-Calibration systems
-Gas flow and pressure sensors

Qualifications:
-B.Sc in Renewable Energy or a related field

Established in August 2008, the Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (CREEC) is the leading center of research, development, and technology on renewable energy and energy conservation in the region, partnering with renowned academic institutions in Israel and around the world. Leveraging the Arava Valley’s specific climatic conditions and the highest solar radiation levels in the world, CREEC pioneers research on a wide variety of subjects focusing on energy policy, conservation, and methods of producing energy using renewable sources. CREEC’s research supports regional initiatives to test and launch small-scale renewable energy generation projects including self-cleaning solar panels, biodigester technology, solar-powered desalination, and more.

*The Arava Institute is located on Kibbutz Ketura in the Southern Arava Valley, Israel.


alt="aveeram wws"Aveeram WWS seeks a Data Analysis Intern to create code and analyze data from wind speed and direction.

Additional responsibilities include:
-Organizational tasks
-Writing and/or translating documents and emails in English

Qualifications:
-Knowledge of MATLAB required

Aveeram WWS nitiates and aggregates medium to large scale onshore wind projects in Israel, Italy, and the UK. The company has been involved in developing and operating almost  900MW of wind turbine energy.


alt="arava institute"The Ecosystem Service Research Assistant will work under the direct supervision of Anthropologist Dr. Avigail Morris.

Intern’s responsibilities include:
-Composing an ecosystem assessment chapter on the desert
-Organizing department meetings and meetings with authors
-Economics of desert ecosystem services
-Assisting Dr. Avigail Morris with work related to ecosystem services in the Arava
-Assisting with the coordination of the Center for Hyper-Arid Socio-Ecology Research platform, especially in issues requiring Hebrew

Qualifications:
-Background in social science
-Background in economics an advantage
-Strong organizational and time management skills
-Computer and MS Office proficient
-Pleasant and personable, hardworking, efficient, able to work under pressure and for long hours
-Willing to take on major responsibilities
-Fluency in English required, knowledge of Hebrew or Arabic an advantage

The Center for Hyper-Arid Socio-Ecology (CHASE), directed by Dr. Elli Groner, is dedicated to the study of the natural ecosystems in the Arava valley and the interaction between those ecosystems and the region’s people.CHASE brings together Jordanian and Israeli researchers to map the biodiversity of the region, in order to better protect natural resources while enabling sustainable human development in the region.

*The Arava Institute is located on Kibbutz Ketura in the Southern Arava Valley, Israel.


alt="arava institute"The Geo-Hydrology Intern will work under the supervision of Dr. Elli Groner, Director of the Center for Hyper-Arid Socio-Ecology (CHASE) at the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies.

The intern will be responsible for:
-Conducting geological surveys of the Shita stream in the Arava (Wadi Shita)
-Studying the hydrology, including floods of Wadi Shita
-Examing the geomorphology of Wadi Shita
-Studying hydro geological transects in the Wadi using total station theodolite
-Studying rain events, runoff, and floods
-Studying water shed characteristics
-Linking geo-hydrology to tree conditions
-Examining soil characteristics
-Managing the site including hosting researchers and assisting with research
-Helping to compose reports on the Arava landscape

Qualifications:
-Degree in Geology or Physical Geography
-Strong organizational and time management skills
-Affinity for outdoor work
-Computer and MS Office proficient
-Pleasant and personable, hardworking, efficient, able to work under pressure and for long hours
-Ability to work independently

The Center for Hyper-Arid Socio-Ecology (CHASE), directed by Dr. Elli Groner, is dedicated to the study of the natural ecosystems in the Arava valley and the interaction between those ecosystems and the region’s people.CHASE brings together Jordanian and Israeli researchers to map the biodiversity of the region, in order to better protect natural resources while enabling sustainable human development in the region.

*The Arava Institute is located on Kibbutz Ketura in the Southern Arava Valley, Israel.


alt="arava institute"The Biodiversity and Food Web Intern will work directly under the supervision of Dr. Elli Groner, Director of the Center for Hyper-Arid Socio-Ecology (CHASE).

The intern will be responsible for:
-Sampling biodiversity in arid and hyper-arid ecosystems
-Comparing sand dune, acacia woodland dry valleys, agriculture and other ecosystems
-Building desert food web structures using stable isotope analysis, cafeteria experiments, field sampling, behavioral observations and lab experiments
-Sampling soil fauna
-Working with arthropods
-Developing the detritus food web concept
-Collaborating with Jordanian researchers
-Writing proposals and papers

Qualifications:
-Background in biology, environmental science, environmental studies or ecology
-Strong organizational and time management skills
-Affinity for outdoor work with animals, especially arthropods
-Computer and MS Office proficient
-Pleasant, personable, hardworking, efficient, able to work under pressure and for long hours
-Ability to work independently

The Center for Hyper-Arid Socio-Ecology (CHASE), directed by Dr. Elli Groner, is dedicated to the study of the natural ecosystems in the Arava valley and the interaction between those ecosystems and the region’s people.CHASE brings together Jordanian and Israeli researchers to map the biodiversity of the region, in order to better protect natural resources while enabling sustainable human development in the region.

*The Arava Institute is located on Kibbutz Ketura in the Southern Arava Valley, Israel.


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