We are currently accepting pre-registrations for the 2022-23 Teaching Fellows season on a rolling basis. Availability is limited and space is not guaranteed before receipt of your program deposit.
You'll be taken to an external application site
The Israel Teaching Fellows program is a unique opportunity and privilege. But, like any paid position in education, there are some steps to get there. Here's what you can expect!
We’ll connect with you via email to set up a brief initial conversation with a NEXT Coordinator so that you can get to know us and we can get to know you.
COMPLETE THE APPLICATION
We'll invite you to complete the full Fellows application.
Once your application is completed and reviewed, we'll schedule a formal Fellow nomination interview.
You'll be invited to submit completed health forms, a background check, resume, and passport copy
At this point, you may be formally accepted as a Teaching Fellow and will be asked to submit a non-refundable $300 USD program deposit to hold your spot.
Complete the Masa grant application, which is what subsidizes the rest of the program cost. The grant application typically opens in late spring.
The remaining $900 USD program fee is due within three months of the program start date. If you are already within the 3-month period, the balance will be due within three weeks of acceptance. The balance payment is non-refundable – exceptions may be reviewed on a case-by-case basis (e.g. medical).
Since you’ll be in Israel for more than three months, you’ll need a special A-2 Visa which is easily obtained at your nearest Israeli embassy or consulate (no cost). We recommend starting the visa application process 60 days prior to your arrival in Israel.