Where This Med School Student Got Her Start | Maddy Gysi

  “I started my first year of medical school in September ’12. I am happy to be back in Israel in the American program at Sackler Medical School of Tel Aviv University. My greatest memory would be bonding with a smaller group of fellow Career Israelites at the training for Magen David Adom. My Career Continue Reading »

From Intern at Leading Israeli IT Company to Geographic Information Systems Specialist | Alexis Buchwald

“I currently live in Helena, Montana, and I work as a GIS Specialist for the Montana Natural Heritage Program. My main role is mapping wetlands in Montana and I get to go travel all over Montana during summer for field work. Actually, my work here is really awesome and my boss’s partner is Israeli! It Continue Reading »

READ: This Career Israelite Plans Obama’s Seder HaYom!

Michelle Rothblum worked with the White House Advance Team to prepare for President Obama’s Israel visit! This USC grad has spent her Passover break with President Barack Obama during his long-awaited visit to Israel. Check out this exclusive interview with Michelle Rothblum, who volunteered as a White House Advance Associate during her time on Career Israel. Career: Continue Reading »

An Unforgettable Accomplishment | Rachel Weiss

“I am currently working as a Care Coordinator at Crider Health Center and living in St. Louis, MO.  I work with children who have serious emotional disturbances and their families to keep the children in the home. I do case management for the families in addition to meeting with the children to work with them Continue Reading »

From TLV Photography Studio to Producer at Toronto Marketing Agency | Bailey Spagat, Career 12

“I am currently working as a Producer at a Marketing Agency in Toronto working on accounts with large global organizations in the Quick Service Restaurant, Retail, and Financial sectors. I can’t pinpoint one particular great memory from my Career Israel Experience. There were so many experiences–social, educational, and otherwise that stand out in my mind as Continue Reading »

Never A Dull Moment | Laurel Silverstein, Career Israel 13

“Currently I am residing in Tel Aviv with 3 Israeli roommates. My internship I had on Career Israel hired me and I work there and also have a job as a customer service representative. I have many memories from Career Israel: holding lambs and goats, participating in eye-opening seminar trips and having all of our Continue Reading »

The Experience I Needed | Eric Lesser, Career Israel 10

“I am currently living in New York City, working in finance for a company called Payoneer.  Payoneer is actually an Israeli-founded company, and our largest office is in Petah Tikvah (though we are headquartered in New York).  So I get the opportunity to travel to Israel a couple of times per year for work, which Continue Reading »

READ: Surprise!! When Programs Collide

It was the first night of Career Israel orientation and Courtney was famished. As she grabbed dinner in the cafeteria of the Kiryat Moriah hostel, she chatted with a new friend she would be sharing a room with for the next three days. Suddenly, she felt someone from behind her grab her arm. Shocked, she Continue Reading »

How I Made My Home Here | Sarah Berkley, Career Israel 11

“Career Israel has impacted my life in so many positive ways, as I am still here working in marketing for IsraelExperts.  My favorite memory would have to be on the night hike: we followed Itzik’s lead and laughed the whole way through, only to be met with a wonderful spread for an amazing breakfast at Continue Reading »

GALLERY: An Israeli Food Fest | Meet the Career Israel Staff!

Nothing like a food fest to start the session off right.

Finding Love on Career Israel – Valentine’s Day Special!

It’s that time of the year where we snuggle up next to our bag of chocolate bamba and feel all gooey inside. Sure, you could send a bouquet of flowers, a Hallmark card, or a ‘poke’ on Facebook,  but we all know there’s no better way to say, ‘I Love You’, than while on the Continue Reading »