The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs is committed to helping students of Israel and Middle Eastern studies achieve their academic and career goals. You are invited to explore the wealth of material related to Israel’s security needs available from the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. One of the Jerusalem Center’s journals, Jewish Political Studies Review, is published in JSTOR. For specific questions contact us here.
- Interns work on a variety of tasks:
- Project development
- Social media
- Qualities sought:
- Familiarity with the contemporary Middle East.
- Skills at Internet-based research.
- Background in Israel advocacy preferred.
- Our offices in southern Jerusalem.
- Openings for year-round full- and part-time interns.
- Reimbursements for public transportation commuting expenses within the Jerusalem area. Lunch provided.
- To apply:
- Send a cover letter and resume explaining your interest and qualifications for the position to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Indicate in the subject line that you are applying as an intern.
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