practical professional skills....Learn
about the North American and New York Jewish communities....Cultivate
leadership skills for Jewish campus and community leadership…Explore
and experience the pluralism of Judaism.
The Collegiate Leadership Internship Program (CLIP) is a competitive, paid, summer internship experience for New York area college students. To apply and learn more, visit CLIP's Web site at The Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at NYU.
The Collegiate Leadership Internship Program is generously supported by a grant from the Jewish Communal Fund.
Hillel is the primary partner agency of the UJA-Federation of New York for sparking the Jewish renaissance on our community campuses. Serving 65,000 students in New York, Hillel is the last Jewish gateway through which these students will pass before embarking on the rest of their lives. On over 20 campuses, Hillel provides a pluralistic and creative celebration of Jewish life—a Jewish renaissance taking place in our community in our time.
FEGS was established in 1934, by the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of NY, to find employment for unemployed men and women. FEGS has evolved to become the largest and most diversified private, not-for-profit health related and human service organization in the United States and was instrumental in founding CLIP over 27 years ago.
Previous interns have worked at many Jewish professional service, non-profit and for-profit sites.
To learn more, visit CLIP's Web site at The Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at NYU.