The Galicia Jewish Museum in Krakow, Poland is calling for 2017 interns. The Galicia Jewish Museum exists to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust, to celebrate the Jewish culture of Polish Galicia, and to present Jewish history from a new perspective. The objectives of the Museum are to challenge the stereotypes and misconceptions typically associated with the Jewish past in Poland, and to educate both Poles and Jews about their own histories while encouraging them to think about the future.
The Museum internship program offers in-depth insight into the working of a growing and dynamic organization. Interns are fully immersed in the everyday working of the Museum. This allows them to gain practical experience in a thriving cultural institution whilst focusing on the preservation of Jewish and Holocaust memory in both a Polish and international context.
Internships are for a recommended minimum of eight weeks, and may be extended subject to mutual agreement. They can take place throughout the year, and are highly competitive. This means that prospective candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible. All internships are unpaid.
For more information or to apply for an internship, please visit http://www.galiciajewishmuseum.org/en/internships or contact Monika Stępień at email@example.com.
The Second Annual Rosenberg Student Internship Program provides grants for college and graduate students who accept unpaid or low-paying internships that align with the Rosenberg Foundation’s mission, used to support the recipient’s living expenses during the internship.
The Foundation’s mission is “to support efforts to combat antisemitism and anti-Israel activity on campus, antisemitic hate crimes, Holocaust denial, antisemitic discourse, state-sponsored antisemitism, and other issues that have a direct impact on the growth of antisemitism.”
The maximum individual grant is $3000. Applications for the 2016 Rosenberg Internships can be submitted between April 1, 2016 and April 29, 2016. Information about the program and application materials can be found at jkrfoundation.org.
The GoEco volunteer organization was established in 2005 by Jonathan Gilben and Jonathan Tal. They both hold University degrees in Environmental/Geography studies. Both have traveled extensively, participated in and created international ecological projects.
In addition to volunteering, GoEco offers excellent internship opportunities for those who want to gain international work experiences. Interns will receive personal attention, guidance and feedback from their mentors while participating in these specially designed programs. Upon completion, interns will have a professional reference and be able to set themselves apart from others when applying for jobs or promotions.
For more details about available internships, visit the website http://www.goeco.org.
Hands-on opportunity for Jewish Studies students to study and work as writers this summer in Jerusalem. The program will offer participants the opportunity to research and write about the religious, cultural and political aspects of Israeli society. They will also publish their work. This opportunity is offered through a partnership with Hebrew University and the Institute for Education in International Media – ieiMedia.
The media program is open to students from all majors who can write well and are interested in the context of developments in Israel today. But we are reaching out to your students in particular because we believe they are already critical thinkers in terms of this region. Deadline for registration is coming soon.
Here is the information you can pass along to likely candidates:
STUDY/WORK OPPORTUNITY IN JERUSALEM, ISRAEL
- Find full details at ieiMedia/Jerusalem.
- This study/work program runs from June 7 to July 5, 2015.
- Students study under the guidance of history/political science professors as well as international journalists from NPR, Newsweek, Time Magazine, Christian Science Monitor, CNN, ABC and CTV.
- Program includes excursions that introduce students to the people, religions, cultures, history and politics of current-day Israel.
- Program participants work as journalists, photojournalists and videographers to publish a multimedia news website.
- Participants receive 4 transferable credits through Hebrew University in Jerusalem where students will live and study.
- Contact Cathy Shafran at cshafran@ieiMedia.com for a link to the webinar.
The Israel Institute is a DC-based nonprofit that works with leading academic, research, and cultural institutions to enhance the study of modern Israel in the US and around the world.
The Jim Joseph Foundation-Israel Institute Summer Internship Program is a paid, eight week long summer internship for current sophomore, juniors and seniors who are looking to engage professionally with Israel in North America.
The Steinhardt-Israel Institute Internship Program is a paid, year-long internships in Israel for the 2015-16 academic year, during which the Institute is partnering with a number of top Israeli think tanks and research institutions. The program is open to current seniors or recent graduates.