Since 2007, Israel Experience has placed over 1,200 interns in 800 leading organizations across Israel.
Applications are screened and accepted while abroad. The selection process includes interviews, medical forms, and references. Internship placement coordinators match candidates against your specific requests.
“Out of the 12-13 interns that we have had 11 of them at least have brought real tangible value to the company” -Moshe Machline, VP Corporate Marketing, Radvision
“Having an intern come to work at SolarEdge is a wonderful opportunity. SolarEdge is a young company and is growing very quickly, and we are very happy to have people come to help and to contribute their skills. Further, it is always a benefit to have interns from abroad because it allows us to better reach out to and serve our clients in Europe and the United States.“ -Amit Rosner, Director of Marketing, SolarEdge
See below some press coverage of Career Israel
Haaretz: ”Interns are the new kibbutznikim”
For thousands of college graduates who still haven’t found their dream job or any job for that matter, professional internships in Israel are becoming the option of choice. The opportunity to gain hands-on job experience is particularly beckoning to young Americans, who’ve discovered in recent years that a college degree is no longer a guaranteed ticket to gainful employment. Read more.
Haaretz: “When thrill-seekers become job-seekers, Tel Aviv is the place”
Each year, Masa, a joint venture of the Israeli government and the Agency, brings about 300 post-college-age Jews from abroad to this country − mostly to Tel Aviv − as part of its Career Israel internship program. Most are Taglit-Birthright alumni interested in longer-term experiences in the country, says Rachel Sales, who runs the program. “After each five-month session, about 35-40 percent of the participants stay for at least another few months in Israel, and about 15 percent end up making aliyah,” she says. Read more.
הציונים החדשים: צעירים מהעולם באים לישראל להתמחות בהיי-טק
בימים שבהם ציונות נחשבת למילה גסה, מרענן לפגוש צעירים יהודים מכל העולם שבוחרים, למרות הכול, להגיע לישראל ■ הם מגיעים לכאן מדי שנה כדי להשתלב במשק הישראלי על שלל רבדיו – עם דגש על תעשיית ההיי-טק