Desert for Dessert | Toni Cohen

  Toni Cohen of Johannesburg, South Africa is working in a marketing internship with Radvision: An Avaya Company   After my second Negev trip since I’ve been here, I can positively say that this place gives me intangible sensations that I absolutely love. The absolute nothing and yet everything of it, the silence so intense, Continue Reading »

My Delicious Israel | Paloma Aelyon

  Paloma Aelyon of San Francisco, CA, graduated from George Washington University in Washington D.C. with a degree in communications and psychology and is currently interning at Delicious Israel. I initially decided to come to Tel Aviv with a desire to tackle Israel’s evident need for a rebranded global image. Before embarking on a Taglit Continue Reading »

My new home, Jerusalem | Mariessa Shein

  Mariessa, originally from Great Neck, New York studied at Ohio University and majored in English. She is now interning at the Deborah Harris Agency. I have been living in Israel since February 12th and I am still in awe that this is really happening. There are days where I am on the #77 bus driving Continue Reading »

Am Yisrael Chai! A Yom Hazikaron and Yom Ha’atzmaut to remember! | Caroline Frank

Caroline Frank a journalist from Perth, Australia is currently interning for the Jerusalem Post. In the past three months I have had many opportunities to share my voice through my writing and paint Israel as the incredibly diverse, wonderful country she is. I have celebrated many Shabbats and chaggim (holidays) here with new friends from Continue Reading »

A peek at life during and after Career Israel | Alexis Domb

  Alexis Came to Tel Aviv in the fall of 2011  where Career Israel found her an internship as a restaurant review writer and social media coordinator for TasteTLV, an online restaurant review company.  While in Tel Aviv she had the chance to explore Israel’s culinary diversity while also enhancing her writing skills.  In addition Continue Reading »

Marcio’s Career Israel Journey | Marcio Klepacz

After participating in previous Israel programs and graduating with a degree in information systems Marcio, from Portugal, saw the perfect opportunity to return to Israel, only this time in addition to taking trips and making tons of new friends he would also be able to put all of his previous experiences and education together and see Continue Reading »

Every day is a Challenge, so rise to the occasion | Mischa Grunberg

Mischa interns at Challenge Partners and is from Vancouver, Canada. I never seriously considered coming to Israel to work. I mean, I was going to school, getting a professional degree, many of my friends had already secured jobs at prestigious law firms and had already ‘checked-out’ of their last year of real school. But something struck me Continue Reading »

How EatWith Opened Doors For Me | Alex Zaprudsky

After completing Career Israel  in January 2014, I was fortunate enough to accept a satellite position from my internship at EatWith. When your supervisors tell you that you make a difference, they really mean it. I remember being nervous toward the end of my internship because I didn’t really have any prospects for employment once Continue Reading »

The Highlight of Her Career | Caroline Frank, JPost.com

Career Israelite Caroline Frank is making a name for herself as a journalist at her internship with the Jerusalem Post. “My Jerusalem Post internship in Tel Aviv is amazing. The editor and staff are very friendly, I choose what I write and the location is great. This week I had my first international story published with Continue Reading »

How Career Israel helped me gain acceptance to NYU | Atara Jacobs

Prior to my decision to go on Career Israel, I had applied to several Graduate Schools in the NYC area and despite my impressive academic record, I was wait-listed. I decided to amp up my record and spend 5 months in Israel on Career Israel through which I received expert coaching and placement by an Continue Reading »

From learning to teaching | Pablo Streger

Career Israel was coordinated and professional. I learned a lot in every sense. For instance, what it was like to live away from home with new friends or the challenge to speak another language every day (Hebrew and English in my case). The madrichim were like friends to me and the entire group was wonderful, Continue Reading »

International Experience at Beilink | Allie Solomon

After my serving as a Youth Development Volunteer in the United States Peace Corps in Azerbaijan, I decided that the next stop on my journey to a career in International Development would be Israel. With the help of Career Israel, I was afforded the incredible opportunity to intern with Dr. Yossi Beilin at his international Continue Reading »