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Opportunity for USA, Canada, Mexico, and Israel Jewish students to participate in a summer business leadership program in Tel Aviv, Israel. North American fellows participate in an internship program at leading Israeli companies. Israeli fellows participate in the program's lectures and workshops, and also serve as partners to North American participants.
A 10-week summer internship in Israel that is open to Jewish North American university sophomores, juniors, and select seniors. Fellows are placed in leading global biotech, consulting, cyber/tech, finance, marketing, and venture capital firms, that commit to providing substantive and educational work experience and mentorship from at least one senior manager.
Fellows also participate in lectures by professionals from all sectors of Israeli society, workshops and leadership training, and weekend excursions beyond the boardroom. Excel pairs each North American participant with an Israeli participant, who provides a personal bridge to Israeli society, potential partnerships and lifelong friendship.
Birthright Israel Excel offers a fast-paced, demanding and intellectually stimulating summer experience. Taglit looks for candidates with excellent quantitative, analytical and communication skills. Candidates should be hard working, adaptable, and able to manage projects independently and ready to assume a high level of responsibility as a member of a team.
GrantWatch ID#: 178471
44 students will be selected to participate in the Business track.
The following expenses will be paid by Birthright Israel Excel:
-Round trip airfare between NY and Israel
-Housing in Tel Aviv (dormitories with double occupancy room)
For Israeli fellows, Birthright Israel Excel provides you with a Ravkav to cover your commuting expenses. Housing is not provided for the Israeli Ventures participants.
Program dates are June 2 – August 9, 2019 (10 weeks). Israeli participants have a program start date of June 4.
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