The Israel Entrepreneurship Internship Program, with a focus on startups and technology opportunities, provides Brown students the opportunity to expand classroom knowledge to the world of business through an immersive professional experience in Israel, where the startup culture flourishes.
Through a partnership with the Jonathan M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship, employers in Israel hold an internship position for Brown students to intern over the summer for 8-10 weeks. Selected students receive stipends of $5,000 to offset travel and living costs associated with taking the internship positions.
Students completing internships over the summer will have the opportunity to gather for networking events and participate in entrepreneurship-themed learning experiences.
Students should search for “Israel Entrepreneurship” in the JIB or BrownConnect to find the application and upload the necessary documents.
Application deadline: February 28, 2017
Applicants may apply to up to two companies and submit a unique cover letter for each organization.
If you are choosing a second choice employer, please email your additional cover letter(and resume, if modified for second choice) directly to Gregory Seiler ([email protected]) at the same time you submit your application in the Job and Internship Board.
In March 2017, participating employers will review materials and schedule skype calls with candidates.
The 2017 Participating employers and position descriptions are listed here.
NOTE: as new employers provide opportunities, this list will be updated.
Eligibility: Currently enrolled students completing their first year, sophomore or junior year prior to start date of internship may apply for the program. Students from any concentration are eligible to participate. Student must be enrolled and taking courses as a Brown University undergraduate student in the spring semester before the internship and the fall semester following the internship
Students may not have previously received a LINK internship funding award or a funding award through a BrownConnect Signature summer internship program (CCG in NYC, iProv, Hong Kong BEO, etc).
Housing: Selected student interns will be expected to obtain suitable housing on their own. Host employers and program administrators will provide students with ideas for summer housing, however the responsibility is on the student to obtain necessary housing.
Program Dates: Internships will run 8-12 weeks from late May to late August. The employer will specify internship dates.
Stipend: $5,000 for all internships. Students categorized as “international” by the university may lose a percentage of the stipend to taxes.
Summer Earnings Waiver (SEW): Student on financial aid may be eligible for a “Summer Earnings Waiver” through this internship program.
Information Session for summer 2017: Wednesday, February 15th, 4pm, CareerLAB.
For more information, please click here.