Foundation / Corporation
Onward Israel, Beacon and Shapira Foundations, Masa Israel Journey and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Internship program in Israel for Miami-Dade County, Florida college students in order to gain professional experience in their field of choice while exploring the country and culture. Priority will be given to students who have had one short-term Israel experience such as a Birthright or teen travel program to Israel.
This is an opportunity to:
- Live and immerse yourself in Israeli culture. Experience Tel Aviv’s vibrant nightlife, beautiful beaches, culture, and so much more!
- Learn about important issues facing Israel today.
- Work in such fields of arts, business, finance, communications, nonprofits, high-tech, and more based on your skills, interests, and future plans.
Applicants pay $600 plus airfare for this 8 week professional program that allows Jewish college students attending Miami area universities to live in Tel Aviv, intern in a field of their choice gaining valuable professional experience, and explore Israel. Students will have opportunities to learn about the Miami community’s investment in Israel, and learn how to create Israel engagement when they return to Miami.
- Pre-summer orientation programming in Miami
- Post-summer programming in Miami
- Housing and internship in Tel Aviv
- Internship placements four-five days per week
- Three Israel seminars consisting of interactive programming, site visits, encounters with Israelis, and experiential activities
- A visit to Miami’s Partnership community of Yerucham in the Negev
- Retreat weekend with other Onward Israel participants
- Volunteer opportunity
GrantWatch ID#: 166782
The cost of the trip is heavily subsidized. Cost to applicant: $600 plus airfare. $600 includes: Full board (3 meals a day), lodging, insurance, transportation and program costs.
Internships take place June 4 – July 29, 2018.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply here: https://lln.tfaforms.net/423?tfa_2=tfa_5554
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USA: Florida: Miami-Dade
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