Immerse yourself in contemporary Israeli society as you intern four to five days a week alongside Israeli peers and take part in a unique experiential fellowship designed to foster personal and professional growth, forge a relevant and global network and enjoy making sense of the world together with TAMID peers from around the globe.
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TAMID Fellows come from a range of backgrounds, what they have in common is a strong motivation and a desire to grow personally and professionally while tackling substantive business projects that will contribute to their host company’s growth. Fellows learn immersively within Israel’s dynamic startup ecosystem, attend speaking events and participate in workshops led by Israeli business leaders and entrepreneurs in myriad fields. Thanks to Birthright Israel Onward, Fellows have the unique opportunity to participate in multiple trips throughout the country, including an immersive weekend seminar, exploring some of the lesser-known places and meeting interesting people, initiatives and organizations that they may not otherwise encounter. Many nights and weekends throughout the summer are free for Fellows to explore Israel in personally meaningful ways. In addition, Fellows engage in diversely-represented conversations to address TAMID-related challenges back on campus and share best practices between chapters to help build their broader TAMID network.
This Birthright Israel Onward- Masa program is operated through the philanthropic support of leading North American Foundations through the Birthright Israel Foundation, the Government of Israel and the Jewish Agency, along with TAMID. It is organized by Israel & Global Travel (IGT). For more information about participating in a long-term Masa program after Birthright Israel Onward and the potential impact on future Masa grants, view our FAQ here.
Application to this particular Birthright Israel Onward Program is conditional and only available to those who are currently active on campus in their TAMID Chapters. For more information on eligibility, please see our FAQs. If you’re interested in opening a new TAMID Chapter, please contact us at; firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, June 10 – Sunday, August 4, 2024
Participants MUST be available to participate for the entire length of the program.
Program Cost:: $1600*
The program cost includes housing, educational programming, program staff (including TAMID alumni mentors specifically there to help you get the most out of your internship), basic medical insurance, and ground transportation within Tel Aviv.
In addition, participants will be required to submit a $400 security deposit in advance via credit card. Deposits will be refunded at the end of the program pending good standing.
Participants are responsible for the cost of flights, food, and phone coverage. To learn about this and more, please visit our FAQ.
*Participants are encouraged to purchase flights with a good refund policy or flight insurance. Birthright Israel Onward is not responsible for the cost of flights should the program be cancelled. Note, participants will be given their expected address approximately two weeks before the program begins, if not earlier.
*Scholarships to help offset the program cost may be available to for those who need additional assistance and meet Birthright Israel Onward’s eligibility criteria. For more information, contact Birthright Israel Onward or your local partner professional.
- In order to be eligible for the TAMID Fellowship, you must be active in your local TAMID Chapter. For more information on eligibility, please see our FAQs.
- Fluent in English
- Have a valid Passport for at least 6 months after the program end date
- Please note: If you wish to participate in a 10-day Birthright Israel trip, consider doing so prior to an Onward program. You will not be able to participate on Birthright Israel trip after participating in the Tamid Fellowship.
Apartment, hostel, hotel, or dorm-style housing in Tel Aviv.
The number of participants to an apartment or room is dependent on the size of the accommodations and number of participants on the program. Though Birthright Israel Onward housing can vary from program to program, all housing units meet Birthright Israel Onward standards. To learn more about this and other Birthright Israel Onward housing details, please visit our housing FAQ.
Our company partners are diverse and include companies which are Israeli-founded and run as well as multinationals with a meaningful presence in the Israeli ecosystem. TAMID’s company partners include; AppsFlyer, Bob, monday.com, Lightricks, Bringg, Cukeirman & Co., Powerlinx, Israel Innovation Authority, The Ramon Foundation, Deloitte, and many more.
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