External Internships/Fellowships

The following Paid and Unpaid Internships are offered by organizations outside Slifka and Yale



UN Watch is currently accepting applications for the Morris B. Abram Fellowship to begin in September 2023. The fellowship is designed to train recent college graduates and is a one-year, paid position. Previous UN Watch fellows have gone on to distinguished careers in law, government, diplomacy, human rights and journalism. Alumni include the former editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy magazine. More information on the fellowship and how to apply can be found herePlease reach out to jrolnick@unwatch.org with any questions.

Are you excited at the idea of spending your summer advocating for the Jewish people? AJC is now accepting applications for its (paid!) Goldman Fellowship! This competitive summer fellowship gives students the unique opportunity to work in AJC offices in the U.S. and throughout the world—from New York City to Brussels, Belgium, and beyond. Learn more here and apply today!

AJC Goldman Fellowship is now accepting applications. This is a paid ($4,000 stipend!) summer fellowship for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Fellows can be placed in an AJC office in a U.S. city or at an AJC or partner office around the world. My office used to oversee the program and we had extremely high-caliber students every year who did meaningful Jewish advocacy work and had the opportunity to travel.


Amir is accepting applications for its summer cohort of Jewish farm educators. Amir partners with Jewish camps across North America to run impactful garden education programming, and help campers experience a living, land-based Judaism. Amir runs a Training Seminar at the end of May which will prepare folks with all levels of farming and education experience for the summer, provides a curriculum developed by its experienced Jewish farm educators, and offers oversight throughout the summer.

If you’re interested in this opportunity, you can apply at this link. Applications are rolling, with a priority deadline of February 12th. For more information about the position, please see this job description or feel free to reach out to Sasha directly: recruitment@amirproject.org