Forum for Jewish Leadership (FJL) – UK
FJL offers outstanding internship opportunities to bright and ambitious future Jewish leaders. Our range of courses and programmes provide an in-depth understanding of the theory and practice of Jewish leadership, as well as Jewish perspectives on a host of legal, political and social issues associated with the modern world.
Registration for this program will close on April 30th
This Onward Israel programme is operated through a partnership between the Beacon and Shapira Foundations and other leading philanthropists, and Masa Israel Journey. It is organized by FJL.
During the trip, participants will take part in a seven week internship at top Israeli and multinational firms based in Tel Aviv, and build their resumes. Participants will work in the area of their interest while gaining a prestigious experience to aid future job applications.
Aside from the internship component, participants will attend exclusive, interactive seminars, gaining insight and advice from some of the most high-powered political, business and hi-tech leaders worldwide. Past experiences included panels and workshops with McKinsey & Company, BlackRock, Deloitte, and Ernst & Young.
In addition, participants will engage in a phenomenal opportunity to explore and delve into their heritage and address the big questions Jews face in the modern world with renowned educators, and like- minded peers with whom they will forge new, meaningful and longstanding relationships. A full summer of leadership opportunities and personal growth on the backdrop of the scenic and historic sites of the Modern State of Israel.
June 21 – July 25, 2023
This is a subsidised price and includes accommodation in Tel Aviv, Shabbat programmes, and activities. The real cost of the programme is circa US$7,000 but all applicants will receive this subsidised price. FJL is committed to providing access to those with leadership potential regardless of background and therefore further need based scholarships are available upon request
All participants are responsible for the cost of and arranging their own flights.
Participants will be required to submit 1,500 NIS programme security deposit in cash upon arrival in Israel. Deposits will be refunded at the end of the programme pending good standing. Admission is rolling. Applications will close on December 19 or earlier if the programme fills.
Apartments or dorm-style housing in the Tel Aviv area.
The number of participants to an apartment or room is dependent on the size of the accommodations and number of participants on the programme. Covid-19 compliance may also impact the accommodation setup.
This programme is open for 19-23 years old’s (or who have at least one full year post-high school at the start of the programme) who have NOT spent 3 or more months in Israel as part of an educational or peer-programme (this includes semester abroad, gap year or any other MASA or Onward Israel programme)
Fluent in English
Applications are open to UK-based Jewish students who have completed at least one year of university. FJL is aimed at hardworking, ambitious students who are committed to making the most of themselves and the world around them. Students should be ready and committed to engage in the unique opportunities on the programme.
Internships are available in a variety of sectors including business, finance, law, media, architecture, politics, hi-tech, medicine and NGOs. All of these will be based in or near Tel Aviv and are an ideal opportunity to build your CV and create a prestigious experience to aid future job applications.
E.g. Data Analyst at a Venture Capital Firm
Interior Architect Designer at a Real Estate Development FIrm
Event management with a Events Company
Not sure what type of internship you are looking for or unsure if you can find it in Israel? We will work with you to find the right match for your career path!
For More Information Contact
Rabbi Effie Kleinberg, Programme Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Programme Website: www.jewish-leadership.com