Teach in Israel for 10 months and be amazed at what you learn along the way...
Teaching & Childhood Development
UPCOMING START DATE
Late August 2022
Teach English and volunteer on this highly subsidized and rewarding program. You’ll spend ten memorable months developing new skills, connecting with Israeli society on a personal level, and bonding with our NEXT community of Fellows.
After an initial period of training, you’ll be placed in a community public school, typically with another Fellow. There, you’ll tutor small groups of students in English outside the classroom – teaching key concepts like vocabulary, grammar, and spelling (25 hours/week). Experienced teachers are eligible for additional responsibilities.
Beyond teaching, you’ll take part in community volunteer projects according to your background and interests. Organized social activities, touring adventures, and enrichment programming are offered periodically. Your nights, weekends, and holidays are free for you to explore Israel on your own.
HOW IT WORKS
Including the Masa subsidy, the program technically costs $1,000 USD. But...
Fellows receive a minimum monthly cash stipend of 1,750 shekels (~$500 USD) or 3,000 shekels (~$900 USD) for experienced teachers. So, the "cost" functions more like a good-faith program deposit.
A paid career development opportunity
Experience life in a real Israeli community
Elevate underserved Israeli students
Bond with a network of Teaching Fellows
No Hebrew or teaching skills? – No issue!
In addition to the program stipend, Teaching Fellows includes so much that you will come to appreciate in Israel – all backed up by our local staff team
Get reimbursed up to $1,000 USD for the cost of your flight from North America to Israel and back.
Our apartments are furnished with fully equipped kitchens, air conditioning, and wi-fi. Single room included in Netanya, and for an extra fee in Jerusalem & Be'er Sheva.
You’ll receive Hebrew language instruction to help you navigate Israeli society like a local.
PROGRAMMING & TOURS
Join up with other Fellows for programming outside the classroom, including seminars and tours that will take you to new destinations around Israel.
Get to know your fellow teachers with locally organized social activities and programming.
Get around town with an unlimited local bus pass (does not cover transportation between cities).
Some meals are provided as a group, but most are covered by your program stipend for cooking at home or going out.