Internship possibilities in a number of departments!
-Journalist/ Story Gatherer: Visit local immigrants and organization run projects and collect stories of the impact being made in the field through these programs. Take what you see and learn and spread the word to the North American Jewish community and global Jewry about this important work, as you experience it first hand. Your stories will published in various media and utilized in Federation reports. Best for talented writers. Double bonus: can be the "right hand person" of an ENP field coordinator, and use opportunity to learn Amharic/help young professionals practice English.
-Creative Media: Write a blog, put together an e-newsletter, keep ENP’s Facebook page and tweet current events, launch virtual fundraising campaigns, explore new technologies and use your know-how to see how ENP can utilize social media to get the word out!
-Grant and Report Writer: Learn the important skill of resource development as you assist ENP in its fundraising efforts.
-Tutors/Teachers: Teach English or other subjects to youth. Or help to improve spoken English skills of young Ethiopian-Israeli professionals.
-Youth Work: Volunteer in Youth Outreach Centers and teach special skills (computers, photography, art, drama, etc—any skills welcome!) to Ethiopian-Israeli teenagers. Teach them skills to help them integrate into Israeli society!
Interns will be:
- Producing online courses.
- Filming, editing, thinking activities, uploading materials.
- Working together with the lecturer
- Administration of online courses and online websites.
- Interviewing lecturers and students and producing articles for the Facebook page of Melton.
The stories from those who visit Israel are powerful. But, how do we effectively get those stories heard? As an online marketing manager, you will be in charge of BOMAH’s key marketing outlets including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, HootSuite and more. You will be at the forefront of the news coming from our contributors and making sure those stories are effectively distributed to our network.
-Experience with social media – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, blogs, etc.
-Knowledge of digital media software – -Photoshop or other graphic design software – preferred.
-Knowledge of video editing software – iMovie, Final Cut, or Windows Live Movie Maker – preferred.
-Ability to develop a detailed and professional marketing plan.
-Experience proofreading and editing.
-Ability to ask pertinent questions, willingness to learn and grow.
-Excellent written and verbal communication, strong editing skills.
-Creativity, with an eye for design.
-Willingness to contribute video blogs, press releases, and Facebook posts daily.
-Energy and initiative to offer fresh ideas on how to grow our online presence.
-Ability to deal with uncertainty and pressure.
-Ability to contribute individually, as well as participate in cross-functional teams.
Be a part of the marketing team for the JCPA website. Work includes research, blog writing, contact with the media, website updates and social media management.
Koren currently has an opening for an intern in the US Marketing/PR department. This person will assist the Marketing Director with author interviews, online research, and implementing a social media strategy. Some administrative work will be included. This position is ideal for anyone studying Communications, PR, Journalism, Media +/or Jewish Studies. Ideally, this person will also help produce short videos as well.
The project in general and the position specifically is flexible, which means we will adapt the position to the fellow chosen and the work needed to be done.
Some of the work will be structured, but a lot of it will be very independent and dynamic. The initiative, the creativity and open thinking of the fellow will create the structure of the position.
The Fellow will be part of a team and will be able to give his input alongside to carrying out tasks such as;
1. Help in institutionalization and establishment of the program.
2. Planning of training days for volunteers and staff.
3. Presentation of the program at student fairs ect.
4. Help in marketing the program to possible applicants
5. Making contacts with organizations/personals/future partners
6. Research of the academic side of Jewish service learning
7. Developing an online training program for staff.
8. Lead the developing of a Alumni organization.
- Hod Hasharon
Intern will run youth activities, help adults manage life within the community and guide disabled people through the employment center.
- Tel Aviv
The intern will be involved in international relations and promotion of Israeli businesses abroad via delegations, seminars, conferences and educational days regarding foreign markets, investing, as well as information about exhibitions. The main project of the intern will be to create new connections with the World Chamber of Commerce and expand business opportunities. In addition, the intern will expand e-trade platforms by doing case studies of companies using etrade. Intern will be helping businesses to connect.
Come to where the action is! Do you think it could be not only cool, but an incredible opportunity for you if you were to learn about and meet some of today's most creative and inspiring Jewish innovators? Join us!
Project-based tasks: ROI is constantly moving. Our members are interested in professional development and they are going places! To meet members needs, ROI is always involved in new projects, campaigns and activities. Play a role in:
- Event planning (may include crafting language for a function through to setting up for one!);
- Member re-engagement (may include touching base with members via email, telephone, etc. as well as updating member information learn how to use ROIs Customer Relationship Management system); and more!
- Potential for mini-project management (for example, help create an awesome online resource center).
- Tel Aviv
A key component of this organization is the presentation of high-quality media coverage on a variety of anti-Semitism related topics on a daily basis.
The Advocacy Journalism Internship will focus on the organizations internet and media operations. This will include researching news topics, conducting interviews, working with counter-hate organizations and experts, and ultimately producing media materials for the website and for other dissemination. Various additional activities are also routine, such as preparing press briefings and information packs, marketing activities, online promotion, etc.
The internship requires excellent writing skills, strong research and analysis capabilities, and a strong commitment. A solid background in history, particularly Jewish history, is highly desirable.