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Hillel Internships

Join hundreds of students across the country as they transform Jewish life for their peers. 

Build relationships. Connect to Jewish life. Create meaningful Jewish opportunities.

Peer Network Engagement Internship

Build relationships with uninvolved Jewish students  and plan initiatives on campus while being a resource to advance Jewish values! The Peer Network Engagement Interns provide on-going relationship-building follow-up to immersive experiences such as Birthright Israel trips and Alternative Breaks. This is a PAID internship. Questions? Contact Wendy at

Jewish Learning Fellowship

JLF is a 10-week experiential, conversational seminar for students looking to deepen their understanding of Judaism on their own terms. The program was developed at the Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at NYU in 2007 and has since—as of this publish date in Fall 2017—graduated over 2,500 fellows. Questions? Contact Hannah at

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Kol Yisrael

What does it mean to live Jewishly in Israel? With so many religious and secular expressions of Jewish life, how can Israeli society negotiate with these different expressions? This series will explore how Jews navigate and share space in the Jewish State. Using five case studies, our cohort will explore the values that are animated when Judaism is actualized in the public sphere. Because this series focuses on questions relating specifically to Jewish practices, the content will center around Jewish-Israeli voices.

Kol Yisrael will meet for about 90 minutes on Thursdays from Sept 16 - to Oct 20, 2022. Timing will depend on the applicants availability so please indicate your availability below. There will be a fancy celebratory dinner at a restaurant of the groups choosing to finish our cohort, as well as a paid $100 stipend for participating all six sessions. Questions? Contact Hannah at


Sababa Israel 101 course

Strengthen your understanding of Israel and Judaism, develop your leadership skills and actively engage the world wide Jewish community, while you earn money. This spring's program will begin on January 30 and will last for 8 weeks. This is a PAID internship. Questions? Contact Dana at

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Service Engagement Internship

Our Service Intern will have the opportunity to pursue an issue-focused educational cohort with interns on other campuses based on their own interests and passions. This year’s issue areas include: Environmental Justice, Disability Inclusion/Justice, Racial Justice, Food Justice, Housing Justice, and Education Equity. Each cohort will engage in a four-part education series which will introduce the topic area as well as its connection to Jewish values and will equip students to take relevant, meaningful, and tangible action. This is a *PAID* internship. Question? Contact Wendy at

MASA Israel Teaching Fellowship

The MASA Israel Teaching Fellowship runs from Sept. 1st through June and is available to young Jewish adults ages 21-30 with a B,A,

Fellows assist English teachers in Israel schools. Each fellow has a host teacher and spends the 10-months working with smaller groups of students who are either behind in the curriculum and need extra help or very advanced students who are looking to further improve their English.

The Masa Israel Teaching Fellowship is a heavily subsidized program, costing $1,000 for 10 months if an applicant is eligible for Masa funding. Accommodations, health insurance, Hebrew courses, and trips around Israel are all included in the program fee. Fellows also receive a monthly stipend of ~ $250 USD/mo and their flight can be reimbursed up to $1,300 upon program completion.


Click HERE to learn more about the fellowship program. 

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