Invest in Your Career.

Invest in Yourself.

Invest
in Your Career.

Invest in Yourself.

One Summer.

Two Investments.

The Aish HaTorah jInternship Program is a unique opportunity for Jewish college students from around the globe to come together in Israel and gain invaluable industry experience whilst connecting to ancient Jewish wisdom, all in one summer.

This year’s program will take place June 13 – August 8, 2022, at a highly subsidized price of $399 + airfare.
BUILD YOUR FUTURE,
INVEST IN YOUR CAREER

Gain an advantage in your career development and invest in your marketability in today’s competitive world. Work at a high level internship in your field, while building a strong and impressive résumé.

EXPERIENCE ISRAEL,
THE JEWISH HOMELAND

Explore Judaism in the Old City of Jerusalem. Discover ancient wisdom, meet incredible rabbis, and learn from world-renowned presenters. Experience stimulating educational programs, one-on-one textual learning, and interesting discussion groups.

SOME OF THE COMPANIES WE WORK WITH

The Summer of a Lifetime.

CONNECTIONS

Develop new friendships
 that last a lifetime.

ADVENTURE

Go on fun trips and enjoy
free time to relax.

ENRICHMENT

Grow intellectually,
spiritually, and socially.

EXPERIENCE

See Israel as a member 
of the workforce.

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“jInternship was a great Israel experience. It gave me a great deal of industrial, religious and cultural experience in Israel and helped me figure out more about world philosophy and  Judaism. I encourage everyone to experience this as well.”

JESSE FINE

jInternship participant 2016
University of Florida

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“jInternship at Aish HaTorah turned out to be composed of amazing rabbis whose only goal was to teach and inspire, and friendly students who wanted to learn and build fulfilling relationships..”

EVAN HENDEL

jInternship participant 2016
Cornell University

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“I sought a program that balances my secular and Jewish interests. What I got was so much more, and I made lifelong friends in the process.”

ELIE MORRISON

jInternship participant 2017
York University