- AIPAC Saban Leadership Seminar
Event on Thu 12/26/2013 – Sun 12/29/2013
AIPAC hosts its Saban Leadership Seminar twice annually in Washington, D.C. At each seminar, more than 400 of AIPAC’s top student activists from over 140 campuses participate in four days of intense political programming and advocacy training. During these seminars, students interact with leading Washington policy makers, Middle East experts and AIPAC leadership development professionals.
- Stepping Up for Syria at George Mason University
- Israeli brings aspects of his country to America
Ivan Goncharenko says Americans think two things when they think of Israel: Judaism and conflict. He also says they couldn’t be more wrong.
- Reaffirming faith in democracy
While one election cycle came to an end in the United States with the recent inauguration of President Obama, a different election came and went in the Middle East. You may be taken aback by that statement.
- Liberals and leftists are not the same
All too often I hear people in the pro-Israel community lump together “liberals” and “leftists,” suggesting that these two distinct worldviews are equally critical of Israel.
- Time to banish the “A-word”
The annual campus hate fests that attempt to tar Israel with a comparison to the discriminatory policies of the old South African regime have come and gone. On most U.S. campuses, they didn’t cause a ripple.
- The problem with going negative
Some are saying that it’s now time for Israel supporters to go on the offensive and accuse Arab countries of apartheid.
- This IDF soldier knows that you need to know
From standing ovations to interruptions from silent protesters, Nadav Weinberg has experienced a wide range of reactions to his lectures. Weinberg travels to college campuses, in addition to other destinations, to educate people about the ethical codes of the Israel Defense Force.
- College students receive pep talk about Israel
On April 11, 2010, I was on a standard patrol in the southern Hebron hills of the West Bank. While on patrol, my team was notified of a Palestinian herder whose sheep had wandered into a Jewish settlement.
- How to “name-and-shame” without looking like a jerk
One of the more controversial tactics in a growing effort to counter the delegitimization of Israel is to “name-and-shame” — to go after those who actively delegitimize Israel and seek to delegitimize them. There are even those who argue that our entire strategy should be to relentlessly attack the other side and to cease “defending” Israel.
- Nov 21, 2013 — 3 photosGW GAP Student Leadership Dinner
- Nov 13, 2013 — 3 photosNeil Lazarus at William and Mary
New! Ask Herzl
Ask Herzl is a groundbreaking project that will connect students and professionals around the country who are working on similar initiatives and facing similar challenges to collaborate and share best practices.
Ask Herzl will be a hub for Israel advocates who want “ready to run” programs on a wide variety of topics, How-To guides to help tackle challenges on campus, and speaker listings to find the right fit for their event.
Visit www.AskHerzl.com to register and browse, like, and follow your favorite resources. You can also submit your own. The best submissions can win cash prizes and grants!
Masa’s Israel Program Finder
If you're interested in study abroad or other opportunities in Israel, be sure to check out the new MASA Program Finder. MASA creates innovative long-term Israel programs to get more students to choose Israel as their study abroad option.
- Project Interchange seeks spring interns
Project Interchange, a non-profit institute of the AJC, develops and conducts educational seminars in Israel for current & emerging leaders. Internships are available for Media Relations, International Programs, and United States Programs.
- Israel & International Affairs Internship with the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington
One of the JCRC’s four pillars is the Israel and International Affairs Commission. The Israel and International Affairs Intern will assist in work to strengthen Israel and the US-Israel relationship by providing educational and advocacy opportunities.
- CAMERA offers the Campus Activist Project (CCAP)
The CAMERA Campus Activist Project is an exciting new student initiative aimed at helping to create and support pro-Israel student organizations on college campuses across the country.
- CAMERA seeks Fellows Representatives
CAMERA seeks undergraduates with communication skills who can organize pro-Israel events on campus. Students earn $1,000 and travel to Israel when they become Fellows Representatives.
- Writers Wanted at the Israel Campus Beat
Write and report on Israel trends and events on campuses across North America – and get paid. The premier student-written, online publication Israel Campus Beat is looking for (paid) interns and freelancers.
- AIPAC offers various conferences, internships, and more year-round
AIPAC has several opportunities geared towards students year round, including summits, seminars, advocacy training, policy conferences, internships, and missions to Israel.
- Israel opportunities from the Jewish Agency for Israel
Time off? Take your Summer On. The best of all worlds is a place where fun meets future.
- Internship at the Israel Action Network
This internship position will work closely with all members of IAN staff to assist in daily operations with a focus on content creation, community relations, communications and research.
- Campus Coordinator Internship at the World Zionist Organization
The North American branch of WZO invites Jewish students in universities throughout the continent to become involved in developing a dynamic Zionist community in their area by creating meaningful and personal connections to Israel.
- Masa Israel seeks teaching fellows
200 outstanding college graduates will be selected to close the achievement gap in Israel’s education system through volunteering as English teacher’s aides in schools throughout Israel.
- International jobs and internships at Hillel
Discover the true value of your knowledge and talent when you work at Hillel. We are constantly looking for talented individuals to join the Hillel team.
Interested in studying in Israel?
See our study abroad opportunities at Israeli Universities.
ICCGW Mission Statement
Our mission is to work with college & graduate school students and campus professionals to bring together the vast array of community resources to strengthen pro-Israel activism on campus, advance the education of Jewish and non-Jewish students about Israel, help develop a cadre of effective student leaders on campus, serve as a resource for student leaders on Israel related issues, and help students create a positive pro-Israel agenda.