Humanitarian Work and Coexistence

Tel Aviv

Production Assistant at Independent Film Company | Heymann Brothers Films

This internship is perfect for someone with creative vision and a passion for storytelling. Our intern will be responsible for a wide variety of projects including: -Contacting various film festivals around the world - Graphics: designing company catalogs, DVD covers, posters, etc. -Internet research for funds and/or companies investing in the production of documentary films, especially in the US. - Content management of the various websites of the company and its films. Example project: Be involved in research and production for an exciting new project regarding the involvement of Israel and the US in Iran during the 1970s.

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Tel Aviv

International Relations, Consulting, Marketing, Politics, Research | T.A.R.A.

Be an integral part of a top consulting firm! Our intern will be responsible for: -assisting current international clients which invest in the Israeli market. -Brainstorming, building and executing, together with the relevant staff, a comprehensive plan to empower our clients' cooperation with International actors, mainly in the philanthropic world. -Cooperate with international partners and assist our clients' work, organize conferences and coordinate visits by different delegations. -Conduct a research about relevant funds that might be relevant to our clients. -Create marketing materials in English for the company and its clients.

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Jerusalem

Journalist/Story Gatherer, Grant Writer, Creative Media, Youth Outreach or English Tutor | Ethiopian National Project

Internship possibilities in a number of departments! -Journalist/ Story Gatherer: Visit local immigrants and organization run projects and collect stories of the impact being made in the field through these programs. Take what you see and learn and spread the word to the North American Jewish community and global Jewry about this important work, as you experience it first hand. Your stories will published in various media and utilized in Federation reports. Best for talented writers. Double bonus: can be the "right hand person" of an ENP field coordinator, and use opportunity to learn Amharic/help young professionals practice English. -Creative Media: Write a blog, put together an e-newsletter, keep ENP’s Facebook page and tweet current events, launch virtual fundraising campaigns, explore new technologies and use your know-how to see how ENP can utilize social media to get the word out! -Grant and Report Writer: Learn the important skill of resource development as you assist ENP in its fundraising efforts. -Tutors/Teachers: Teach English or other subjects to youth. Or help to improve spoken English skills of young Ethiopian-Israeli professionals. -Youth Work: Volunteer in Youth Outreach Centers and teach special skills (computers, photography, art, drama, etc—any skills welcome!) to Ethiopian-Israeli teenagers. Teach them skills to help them integrate into Israeli society!

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Tel Aviv

Women’s Rights, International Law, Research | Itach- Women Lawyers for Social Justice

Active womens' rights law firm seeking intern to aid with research in the field of international women's rights and correspondence with international organizations. Our ideal candidate will be a law student or have a legal background.

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Tel Aviv

Blogging, Social Media, Resource Development | ITWorks-Empowering People

Interns will be: Creating and maintaining a weekly blog highlighting the inspirational stories of our participants and issues in Israeli society with a young and international lens. Writing short captivating press releases to be sent out to national and international media outlets. Managing the organizations presence in international social media.

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Tel Aviv

LGBTQ Organization for Refugees| ORAM

The tasks and responsibilities include research, translation and office work. The intern may work on a research project about a specific country and his/her name will be written on the project, once it is done.

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Tel Aviv

International Development Intern | The Pears Innovation and International Development Program at Tel Aviv University

Interns will work closely with program staff to promote special projects. In particular, the intern will help launch the first “innovation for development” accelerator program in Israel. This position provides exposure to all levels of the program’s operations as well as to key players in the field. It requires someone who is well-organized, creative, a quick learner, and strong on follow-through and relationship-building.

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Tel Aviv

PR/Media/External Relations Coordinator | Microfy

Interns will have a wide range of tasks and need to be able to operate independently. Interns will be responsible for developing Microfy’s online presence (facebook, website, online donation sites) to raise awareness of our work amongst potential clients, donors, volunteers etc and to garner support for our goals. Interns will also be responsible for developing Microfy’s media capacity – monitoring media for relevant stories, proposing responses or feature articles and writing and submitting items together with staff. Interns will also support staff with fundraising and general external relations – writing proposals, reports, seeking new sources of funding etc. Other roles within the work of the organization can be discussed depending on the interests and skills of the intern, and Microfy’s needs.

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Tel Aviv

Volunteering with Children Undergoing Heart Treatment | Save A Child’s Heart

This internship will allow you to take care of the children - to play with them, do arts and crafts projects with them, and escort them to the hospital. We also have an option of giving people some work experience in various fields.This can vary depending on what type of internship is chosen.

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Jerusalem

Assistant Director | Project TEN – The Jewish Agency

The project in general and the position specifically is flexible, which means we will adapt the position to the fellow chosen and the work needed to be done. Some of the work will be structured, but a lot of it will be very independent and dynamic. The initiative, the creativity and open thinking of the fellow will create the structure of the position. The Fellow will be part of a team and will be able to give his input alongside to carrying out tasks such as; 1. Help in institutionalization and establishment of the program. 2. Planning of training days for volunteers and staff. 3. Presentation of the program at student fairs ect. 4. Help in marketing the program to possible applicants 5. Making contacts with organizations/personals/future partners 6. Research of the academic side of Jewish service learning 7. Developing an online training program for staff. 8. Lead the developing of a Alumni organization.

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