Fellowships, Internships & Travel
Summer Bulldogs in Israel
Non-Jewish Students are Encouraged to Apply
UCS is pleased to announce a number of summer 2012 opportunities available in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem through the International Bulldogs in Israel program. Non-Jewish students are encouraged to apply.
These opportunities include positions with nonprofit organizations such as PresenTense, SIGNAL and Jerusalem Open House. In these roles, student interns will contribute to the mission of these organizations as they work on research projects, communication initiatives, and business development.
Students interested in the Arts will benefit from positions with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra Foundation and the Beit Hatfutsot Museum of the Jewish People, through which they will gain experience in development, grant writing, and new arts education programs.
Additionally, the MENA Investment Network offers students a chance to gain experience as a business analyst intern, and engage a wide range of research activities, including analyzing the capacity of Israeli companies to enter into projects MENA is developing.
For more information and to apply, please visit eRecruiting