Birthright Israel Onward Career Passport is a totally different approach to experiencing Israel. Live and work in Tel Aviv 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.
Career Passport offers you, as a young Jewish professional, a unique experience to bring your job to Israel for a month! Work and live in Tel Aviv alongside a global community of other professionals from different backgrounds and industries.
Take remote work to the next level: your Tel Aviv WorkCation awaits!
- Start your day on the beach, and explore new places and culture
- Grab your spot at a central co-working space
- Let the Tel Aviv vibes elevate your creativity and drive productivity
Join our 6th Career Passport cohort and immerse yourself in contemporary Israeli society and culture. Experience Israel through Birthright Israel Onward’s exclusive day trips, seminars, and a Shabbat retreat. In your free time, explore Tel Aviv’s amazing restaurants, beaches, and nightlife with other young professionals from around the world.
Workdays will be largely devoted to people’s individual remote work taking into account differing work schedules and time zones. Click here for a Summary of the Career Passport program for Employers.
Onward Israel is a division of Birthright Israel and is supported by leading philanthropists and strategic partners. We are also partnering with various Jewish community organizations to spread the word about this opportunity.
If the program is canceled due to health and safety conditions in Israel, participants will be able to receive a full refund of their program fee.
New dates to be announced
You MUST be available to participate for the full duration of the program.
The program fee includes housing in Tel Aviv (likely a single bedroom in a shared apartment or hotel), access to a co-working space, weekly tours and seminars in Israel, educational programming, Shabbat programming, basic medical insurance, and ground transportation within Tel Aviv. Participants will be required to submit a $375 participation & security deposit. Deposits will be refunded at the end of the program based on good standing.
All participants are responsible for the cost of and arrangement of their own air fare in addition to food during the program. Participants should not purchase air fare until approximately a month before the program start date, after participants have been informed that the program has been confirmed and will proceed on the scheduled dates. We recommend that your airfare includes a flexible refund policy and/or good travel insurance.
The actual cost of the Career Passport program is significantly more expensive than the program fee to be paid by the participant. The program subsidy is made possible by generous supporters of Birthright Israel Onward.
~Be Jewish (please refer to our FAQ for more information)
~ Applicants between 22-36 years old
~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 similar programs, but participation in teen program would not be disqualifying)
~Those who have NOT previously participated in any MASA or Onward Israel program, including not having received MASA funding towards participation on a previous program.
~Fluent in English
~Applicants must be able to work remotely from Israel for the duration of the four-week program
~Applicants must be from a country that has a double taxation prevention agreement with Israel. The list of countries can be found here
~Previous participation in Taglit-Birthright Israel, or other organized introductory, short-term Israel experience is encouraged but not required
Housing for participants will likely be a single bedroom in a shared apartment or hotel in Tel Aviv.
For More Information Contact
Lena Kushnir, Birthright Israel Onward Young Adult Programs Manager email@example.com