Beit Hatfutsot, the Museum of the Jewish People, has been celebrating the story of the Jewish people since it opened its doors in 1978, welcoming hundreds of thousands of visitors. Beit Hatfutsot, a national institution, is where people from around the world can come and learn about the stories of the Jewish people from all places and historical periods.
The International School for Jewish Peoplehood Studies (ISJPS) at Beit Hatfutsot promotes and enhances knowledge, understanding, awareness and experience of contemporary Jewish identity, based on our exhibitions as well as our archives. We engage people from around the world with the unique and ongoing story of the Jewish people.
Visitors are invited to question, feel, experience, learn and when possible take action as a response to their connection to the Jewish people. The Museum of the Jewish People offers an opportunity to tour permanent and temporary exhibits, explore a collection of archival and contemporary film and vintage photo material and expand on these experiences by participating in workshops. People are challenged in a fun and meaningful way to grapple with new understandings of Jewish peoplehood.
Job Description of Trainee:
Internship involves archiving work, looking at photos in exhibition, writing a description and entering it into the computer. Exciting PR and group work in the School for Jewish Peoplehood Studies.