Hot off the press! We present to you this week’s NEWEST internships – submitted just this week! These internships are fresh and looking for qualified interns to join their team- Apply now.
The Internet Bakery is an online media agency that helps businesses & organizations create strategies for online success. The Internet Bakery is currently in the process of developing and producing a entrepreneurial magazine that spotlights the Israeli hi-tech and start up scene. This is a bi-monthly magazine that will attract major advertisers and international readership.
The Internet Bakery is also looking for summer interns! Apply here.
‘Gal’ Project is a grassroots and volunteer-based student project working in five different law faculties throughout Israel – Tel Aviv University, Bar-Ilan University, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Haifa University and the College of Management. The project was established in 2005 by Gabi Chartock, J.D. (then a law student from Tel Aviv University) with the assistance of his friends Keren Halperin-Musseri, J.D. and Neta Reef, J.D.
The vision behind the project is to promote socially-oriented actions by individuals intent on exercising their entrepreneurship skills and creativity towards social justice.
Project Gal is also looking for summer interns! Apply now.
The Abraham Fund Initiatives has been working since 1989 to promote coexistence and equality among Israel’s Jewish and Arab citizens. Named for the common ancestor of both Jews and Arabs, The Abraham Fund advances a cohesive, secure and just Israeli society by promoting policies based on innovative social models, and by conducting large-scale social change initiatives, advocacy and public education.
Checkmarx develops next generation Application Security Testing solutions. The product enables software developers and security auditors to easily scan software source code in all major coding languages and identify all the security vulnerabilities that can be exploited by hackers.
Checkmarx is also looking for summer interns! Apply here.
BillGuard is an award-winning personal finance start-up. The company runs an anti-virus system for bills, providing the world’s first online service that detects and flags suspicious charges on consumer credit and debit card bills. BillGuard is driven by the collective knowledge of its users along with millions of people posting billing complaints online. The personal finance security service—which is completely free for consumers—alerts cardholders of hidden charges, billing errors, misleading subscriptions, scams and fraud on their credit and debit cards.