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When recruiting for internships, it may be easy to gravitate towards larger and more established companies. But smaller companies offer interns an opportunity to engage in valuable work, manage their own projects from start to finish, and have an immediate impact on the company. Startup experience will give you hands-on work and exposure that may be hard to obtain in other industries. Often referred to as the "Startup Nation," Israel has emerged as one of the world’s outstanding investment hubs, second only to Silicon Valley. During the past three years, Israel’s start-up innovation ecosystem has generated over $10 billion in venture capital investments, has engaged in merger and acquisition activity valued at $20 billion, and has attracted numerous new Venture Capital. Israel is a great place to launch new startups.
For the good or bad, Israel is constantly on the front page when talking about international relations. If you find yourself drawn to study international relations, you likely have an interest in world affairs and helping improve the state of our global relations. Interning in Israel offers you the chance to practice the academic skills and theories you’ve learned in real-world situations – making a positive impact in the lives of people directly affected by your work. Internships in Israel allow you to see how policies work outside the classroom, as well as gain valuable professional skills for your future career path.
Israel is one of the most exciting places on earth to be a journalist! Only 3rd to DC and Brussels, Israel has more foreign journalists than any country in the world. Do you enjoy writing? Need some more experience before you can land that dream job at your favorite magazine, website, or news organization? Interning abroad can be an exciting and valuable experience that can enhance your resume, lead to new contacts, and make you stand out from the crowd! The field of journalism is always changing so a fresh perspective may be just what you need to make that big break.
If you find yourself daydreaming about beautiful beachfront hotels and fun-filled adventures while fretting the thought of a repetitive 9-5 lifestyle, an internship in the hospitality industry may be just what you need. Tel Aviv is famous for its boutique hotels and world-class restaurants. Interning in Tel Aviv's hospitality industry will provide you with an in-depth and thorough education about the hospitality industry and give you skills that can be used anywhere.
When most people think of fashion they think of Paris Fashion Week or shopping on New York's Fifth Avenue. Israel also has its own vibrant and creative fashion industry with award winning designers, all centered in Tel Aviv. Israel's fashion industry has benefited from Israel "Startup Nation" status, partnering with the tech industry to come up with innovative ways to create more cost-effective fashion without sacrificing quality.
Business and marketing are by far some of the most sought-after job opportunities in the world. As companies continue to expand their international market reach and develop new product lines and services, creative marketing specialists are needed all around the world to help businesses gain a competitive edge. Since business marketing needs are always growing, there are numerous opportunities within the field of marketing. Israel has emerged as one of the world’s outstanding investment hubs, and each of those investments needs professional and effective marketing.
Pursuing a career in a highly competitive field like finance requires both excelling in academics and pursuing the best opportunities available, especially prestigious internships. Internships are a key indicator of career readiness and are perhaps even more important for long-term success in this industry than others. One of the phenomena of the financial world is how alike all candidates for jobs tend to look: a BA or MBA with a focus on finance or accounting and internships at the same top banks in the same top cities. Doing something slightly different and more adventurous (yet relevant to the field) can make your CV stand out and land you more interviews after graduation.
If you’re looking to experience life in Tel Aviv and improve your resume, an internship in law is a great way to continue developing your professional skills while living in one of the most exciting cities in the world. There will certainly be differences in practice between what you’ve studied and done back home and your host country, but an internship can help broaden your mind, give you a greater appreciation for the positive power of law in the world, and advance your career in the process.
If you want to test your sports management skills, learn how sports differ around the world, or learn more about a certain sport in Israel, then consider participating in a sports internship. Interning in sports will immediately give you a well-rounded experience that will make you stand out against any other competitors when applying for jobs. You’ll have newfound knowledge of different cultures and the way they celebrate their pride via sporting events.
One of the world’s greatest wonders is music and its diversity across countries and cultures and Israel is no exception. Home to a multitude of ethnicities and cultures, Israel's music scene is influenced by all of them. When you intern in Israel, you can learn about Israeli music and meet key players in the local music industry.
From film production to graphic design, there are numerous opportunities abroad to begin a career in art! As an intern, you’ll get a firsthand look at the processes behind creative pieces, a chance to apply your knowledge, and access a network of professionals in the industry. Israel has emerged as one of the world’s outstanding investment hubs, second only to Silicon Valley and Israeli startups are always looking for new creative professionals.
As the intersection of engineering, design, and art, architecture is an amazing field to dive into. Tel Aviv was originally established as a garden city on the sandy shores of the Mediterranean in 1909. Although widely known as “the White City” for boasting the world’s largest collection of International Style Buildings, Tel Aviv is not merely a monochromatic Bauhaus colony: it presents a rich mosaic of locally interpreted styles, from Eclectic to Brutalist to contemporary, which are the result of foreign and locally-born architects who adapted to the local cultural and climatic conditions.