Internship in Jewish Studies
Start paving the road to your future career by gaining invaluable experience and building connections!
Strengthen your resume through real, hands-on work experience! The Internship in Jewish Studies (JWST 3930) brings together Jewish Studies and students' professional paths by placing you in a non-profit organization, educational institution, political office, medical school, or other site for a semester of service learning. You come to us with your interests and we place you in a local organization! Interns work 7-10 hours per week at their internship site, then come together for a weekly class, taught by Eyal Rivlin, Instructor of Jewish Studies and Hebrew, in which students learn about leadership, work place ethics, and how Jewish Studies can inform their professional lives. Students earn 3 credit-hours for this course.