Neve Shalom – Wahat al Salam is offering a unique opportunity for two outstanding college graduates to intern in Israel in a non-profit organization made up of Jews and Palestinian of Israel. The…Continue
I am writing from Neve Shalom-Wahat al Salam http://nswas.org/rubrique22.html in Israel.
Our work involves a School for Peace (which is working with U Mass in developing a masters program), a primary…"
Neve Shalom – Wahat al Salam is offering a unique opportunity for two outstanding college graduates to intern in Israel in a non-profit organization made up of Jews and Palestinian of Israel. The internship will require a 6 – 9 month commitment and focus on communications, development and public relations and will be open to English and German speakers. The intern will work with the experienced team at Neve Shalom-Wahat al Salam researching, writing, welcoming guests and other public relations,…See More
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Born in the United States I have lived in Israel since 1983 and have been involved in non-profits, child welfare and philanthropic (foundations) organizations throughout the country. Along with having intricate knowledge of the Israeli non-profit world I have special expertise in education and social welfare. In the past I have worked at Hand in Hand Center for Jewish Arab Education in Israel developing bilingual, multinational schools and programs where Arabs and Jews learn together. Presently I am head of development at Neve Shalom – Wahat al Salam, Jewish Arab Village where Jews and Arabs live together and where the village operates a guest house, school, spiritual center and educational seminars. In the past I built the organizational and fundraising infrastructure of Orr Shalom Children’s Homes acting in various capacities including executive director; volunteer chair of the board of directors, head of the finance committee and head of the fundraising committee. Other consultation includes: supervising and teaching students at the university graduate and under-graduate levels; consulting and supervising therapeutic staff at residential treatment facilities for children and youth; evaluation of the Birthright Program for the Schusterman Family Foundation, assessment of how Israelis learn about Diaspora Jewry for the Charles R. Bronfman Foundation, and establishment of a grants department for the Israeli office of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (Keren L'Yedidut).
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