• Career Passport

    Onward Israel Career Passport is a totally different approach to experiencing Israel. Work and live like a local in Israel alongside a community of other professionals from different backgrounds and industries. Come with your job and a suitcase. We’ll take care of the rest. We provide everything you need to embrace your Israel adventure.


    The Onward Israel Career Passport experience offers a unique experience for digital nomads and for those who are now working remotely. Bring your work with you from home and live in Tel Aviv. Immerse yourself in contemporary Israeli society. Experience Israel through Onward Israel’s exclusive day trips, volunteer opportunities, overnights and seminars. In your free time, explore Israel’s amazing restaurants, beaches, and nightlife with a cohort of other young adults. 

    Work days will be largely devoted to people’s individual work from home taking into account differing hours and time zones between Israel and North American addresses.

    If health and safety conditions in Israel do not allow for the program to take place not, the program will be cancelled. The decision will be made by approximately two months before the program begins. Please note, if this happens, paid participants will receive a full refund for their program fee.

    This Onward Israel program  is operated through a partnership between the Beacon and Shapira Foundations, Moishe House, OneTable and other leading philanthropists.

    Important Information

    Admission is rolling. Applications will close by February 1 or earlier if the program fills. Apply now!

    Tentative Dates
    April 22 – May 20, 2021 (June 3, 2021 if two week quarantine is required)

    You MUST be available to participate for the entire length of the program.

    There is a chance that health/safety conditions will require us to implement a 2 week quarantine upon arrival in Israel. If this happens, the program dates will expand to be a six week program to accommodate for this time from mid-April to early June. For more information, visit our FAQ responding to COVID-19

    Program Cost*

    The program cost includes access to housing in central Tel Aviv, shared work space, weekly tours in Israel, enrichment programming and networking opportunities, Shabbat dinners through OneTable, housing, medical insurance, and ground transportation within Tel Aviv. Participants will be required to submit a $300 security deposit in cash upon arrival in Israel. Deposits will be refunded at the end of the program pending good standing.

    All participants are responsible for the cost of and arrangement of their own flights in addition to food and additional spending money. Participants should not purchase your flights until a decision has been made about the viability of the program. 

    The actual cost of the Onward Israel program is significantly more expensive than the cost entailed by the participant. Onward Israel subsidizes up to 70% of the program costs. The program subsidy is made possible by generous partners, private donors, and local Jewish communities / institutions working in partnership with Onward Israel.

    Acceptance Criteria

    ~Jewish young adults between 22-32 years old, post-college, pre-family*
    ~Those who have NOT spent 3 or more months in Israel as part of an educational or peer-program (this includes semester abroad, gap year or any other MASA or Onward Israel program)
    ~Fluent in English
    ~Previous participation in Taglit-Birthright Israel, or other organized introductory, short-term Israel experience is encouraged but not required
    ~Applicants must be employed by a company that is willing to allow them to go to Israel for the duration of the program
    ~Applicants must not be the CEO of their own company/organization and must be from a country that has a tax agreement with Israel.
    ~Applicants with Moishe House affiliation and/or a part of the OneTable Network encouraged to apply

    *Not Married

    Apartment or dorm-style housing in central Tel Aviv .

    An option for single occupancy bedrooms will be offered for an additional cost. For more information, contact inquiries@onwardisrael.org.

    The number of participants to an apartment or room is dependent on the size of the accommodations and number of participants on the program. While meeting common standards, Onward Israel housing differs by and within each program. To learn more about this and other Onward Israel housing details, please visit our housing FAQ.

    For More Information Contact
    Hannah Phelps, hannah.phelps@moishehouse.org


    Organizations That Make This Program Possible