Where do you want to spend your 5-month internship?
During the orientation period of the program everyone lives together in Tel Aviv apartments provided by Career Israel, studying Hebrew and enjoying group activities and trips. For the remaining duration of the program, you have the choice of living in one of the major cities in Israel. Each location has its own character, unique with its own style of accommodation and Israeli culture. From education and start-ups to politics and media, you are bound to find an incredible internship in your field while living in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv.
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In our dormitory-style housing, participants share rooms or there is an option for a single apartment at an added fee. Each room comes furnished with single-sized beds, closet, kitchenette, and air-conditioning.
Between weekends at the beach, strolling through Shuk HaCarmel, Tel Aviv’s open air market, visiting world famous shopping centers and more, you’ll never be bored in Tel Aviv. Rent one of the city bikes and take the newly built bike path all the way down to the ancient Jaffa Port. Go shopping at Dizengoff Center and try some of Tel Aviv’s hippest bars and restaurants. Or explore the Levinsky shook, full of exotic spices from all over the world and go on a graffiti tour in the eclectic Florentin neighborhood. Tel Aviv’s many bus lines give you access to all corners of the city exposing you to a variety of new cultural experiences unique to the White City.
Choose to live in the Jerusalem accommodations and you get a unique chance to experience the ancient capital of Israel. Accommodations are located in Hebrew University’s Student Village. There are five people to an apartment and each person will have his or her own room. Each complex is equipped with basic furnishings, kitchen utensils and other essentials.
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The Hebrew University campus is located on the light rail train line, which runs directly through the center of town. Jerusalem is home to some of the most important landmarks of the State of Israel, including the Old City and Kotel, the Knesset, The Great Synagogue, the Israel Museum, and many more. Spend afternoons buying your groceries in the open air market, Shuk Mahene Yehuda, and return later for a drink in one of the Shuk’s bars or hit one of Jerusalem’s nightclubs. Go out to lavish dinners in the German Colony neighborhood, or toss a frisbee in Gan Sacher Park. Jerusalem is full of cultural activities from movies at the Jerusalem Cinematheque, weekly artists markets, and an array of annual festivals.