Beyond Appreciative | Brett Stollar’s Journalism Internship

April 17th, 2013 Tel Aviv, Israel “My internship has officially made my trip here worthwhile and it’s not even half way complete. I had never really envisioned myself working in journalism, even though it’s in my blood, and my uncle and grandpa dedicated their careers to it. The second day on the job I got to Continue Reading »

Becoming a part of the ROI Community | Matt Kitzen-Abelson’s Internship at ROI

“The ROI team is comprised of people who are hard-working and enthusiastic about what they do, which is to invest in young Jews who they identify as the future leaders and curators of Jewish life.  My experience working with ROI provided me with the opportunity to learn new skills and try things outside of my Continue Reading »

Canadian Helps African Refugees in Israel | Lilah Jaffee, Career Israel 12

This article was originally published on Canadian Jewish News. TEL AVIV — Lilah Jaffee came to Israel for some hands-on humanitarian experience and found it as a volunteer at the African Refugee Development Center (ARDC). ”When I came to Israel, I didn’t even know there was an African refugee problem. I thought I’d be helping asylum Continue Reading »

For the Love of Languages | Laurel Silverstein on Gallaudet University Website

For the Love of Languages by Heather Breitbach This article was originally published on Gallaudet University website. Laurel Silverstein’s internship at Moshe Sharet, a school for deaf and hearing Israeli children, led her exactly to the career she’d been looking for. The interpretation major and Detroit, Mich. native, who graduated in May 2012, is now Continue Reading »

It is not goodbye, but see you soon! | Career Israel Final Ceremony and Slideshow

What an amazing five months, CI 14. We will miss you, but we are proud to call you all members of the Career Israel family and to our international alumni community. Keep in touch! See more photos from the final ceremony. Check out the amazing final slideshow put together by Sarah Shulman and Danit Trau! Continue Reading »

READ: How Israel Changed My View on Judaism | Brett Stollar

Brett, who is currently interning in journalism at Newshound Media, is now published on TLVFaces.com! I, along with most people on my trip, am asking themselves a very important question recently. As we get settled into Israeli society, familiarize ourselves with their social norms, and evolve ourselves into residents instead of tourists; we are trying to better Continue Reading »

From Intern to Full-Time Employee: Marisa Lands Job at RDH!

Mazel Tov, Marisa, for your new position as Sales Representative at Rimon Design House! “Career Israel has been an extremely invaluable experience for me! I came into this program really wanting to boost my resume and develop my skills/experience in the fashion industry. So, I decided to do two internships. Everyone, including my internship coordinator (love Continue Reading »

Breed More Simbas | Ellie Rudee Speaks at The Israeli Presidential Conference Facing Tomorrow 2013

Ellie Rudee, currently interning at the Institute of Terrorism Research and Response, took the stage at The Israeli Presidential Conference Facing Tomorrow 2013 to speak about the future of Jewish leadership. An article on her incredible speech is featured in the Times of Israel!  Watch her speech below:   “The night, overall, was amazing. Everywhere I Continue Reading »

Framing Israel | Photojournalism with Flash90

Her photos covering Lag B’Omer have been published in the Times of Israel, Israel National News, and Matzav.com. Now, Sarah Schuman’s internship as a photojournalist at Flash90 continues to bring her to the forefront of top news stories. This past week, Sarah was present as the Women of the Wall made their monthly controversial visit to the kotel. Continue Reading »

Start May the Right Way | Top 5 Internships!

There is no better way to kick off May than the top 5 internships of the day!  (We promise that is our last rhyme…) We got your list of the hottest TOP 5 internships and the good news doesn’t stop there. These options are not only for the 5-month program, but they could also be your summer Continue Reading »

The Open Line | Ariel Etehad’s Work @ NATAL Trauma Center

Ariel’s been busy. While interning at NATAL – Israel’s Trauma Center for Victims of Terror and War, Ariel has been developing NATAL’s ongoing projects as well as the getting experience in the most advanced patient treatment practices. “Being raised by two very Zionist parents, with a father who has served in the first Lebanon war, and Continue Reading »