A few of our most popular post-grad opportunities:
Masa Israel Teaching Fellows
Masa Israel Journey is the leader in immersive international experiences in Israel and they offer scholarships to help you get back. Masa Israel offers young people ages 18-30 the top gap year, study abroad, service-learning and career development opportunities.
Whether you’re pursuing a career in education, social work, nonprofit management, or social impact, or you’re looking for a unique service-learning experience, Masa Israel Teaching Fellows (MITF) is your opportunity to gain professional and personal experience while creating significant and lasting change in some of Israel’s most underserved communities. A partnership of Masa Israel Journey, Israel’s Ministry of Education, and The Jewish Agency for Israel, MITF minimizes educational achievement gaps in the Israeli education system in the midst of a severe shortage of qualified English teachers
Graduate School Programs
Israel is home to some of the best universities in the world and they all offer one-year master’s degree programs in business, Middle East studies, TESOL, social work, environmental studies, security and diplomacy, peace and conflict management, international law, and more. Whether you want to add MBA, MPH, MA, MS, or LLM to your email signature, a master’s degree from a top-notch Israeli university is one of the fastest and most affordable ways to achieve your career goals: http://studyabroad.masaisrael.org/browse-by-program-type-2/full-ma/
Gain the skills, knowledge and international experience to launch your career and build your resume for the competitive global job market. From startups to consulting firms, nonprofits, and beyond, Masa and our partners have the networks to not only get your foot in the door, but to also get you the ideal internship in your desired function and industry: http://postcollege.masaisrael.org/
Hear about the programs from our alumni
"Spending a year as a Masa Israel Teaching Fellow was one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences I have ever done and I would do it all over again if I could."
Ethan Kahn, Masa Israel Teaching Fellows Rishon LeZion 2015
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“Masa gave me the opportunity to discover, learn and travel while figuring out my professional goals.”
–Julie Deutsch, Career Israel Fall 2016
“In Israel, your bosses give you as much opportunity as you want. It’s up to you to prove to them that you’re capable and able to do the job.”
– Daniel Vapne, Career Israel Fall 2015
“Masa Israel Teaching Fellows offered me a chance to live abroad for an extended period of time, while giving back to those in need.”
– Blake Yospa, Masa Israel Teaching Fellows Netanya 2014-2015
For more information about Masa Israel and its large variety of programs, contact Paula Harlan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513.658.9868.