Hillel International Summer Internships 2023
Hillel International is excited to launch its application for Summer Internships 2023. Hillel is seeking exceptional college students for multiple internships to work with Hillel International’s employees across North America.
Join us for an exciting summer of professional development, cohort building, and opportunities to build new professional skills.
This internship will be a remote internship opportunity that will span 9 weeks from the beginning of June through the beginning of August; specific dates may vary depending on department.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please note that in order to be considered, you must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship. Additionally, all summer interns must be working from the U.S. during the internship period.Click to start your application
As a Hillel International intern, you will:
- Learn professional skills at a nationally distinguished non-profit organization
- Receive regular supervision and mentorship from Hillel International staff
- Have a cohort and network of other summer interns to build relationships with
- Participate in professional development opportunities including:
- Skills development workshops
- Opportunities to meet with Hillel’s top executives
- Career preparation sessions focused on resume and cover letter tips, LinkedIn profile best practices, and interview skills
- Opportunities to meet with various colleagues across departments for virtual 1:1 meetings
Who You Are:
Ideal candidates should have an interest in transforming their local campus communities upon completion of the internship. They must be committed to helping create a Jewish future that is relevant and compelling to them and their peers. Interns must possess an innovative, creative and problem-solving approach to their work.
In addition, interns should possess the following traits:
- High attention to detail
- Exceptional time and project management skills
- Motivated and willing to work independently and as part of a team
- A creative, problem-solving attitude
- Excellent verbal & written communication skills
- Open and excited to meet new people
Compensation: Interns will be paid $15.50 per hour* for up to 22 hours per week.
*Please note that hourly wage is dependent on which state the intern will be working out of.
Hillel is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating an accepting and inclusive environment for all.
My time as an intern at Hillel International was truly an incredible experience! Working with Hillel gave me the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge of a career in HR, grow in a positive environment, and further build my network with lasting connections.Frannie Cohen Dumani, Strategic Human Resources and Talent Acquisition Intern, Summer 2022
Marketing and Communications
As a member of Hillel International’s Student Marketing team, you will be responsible for assisting with marketing and advertising efforts across a number of different platforms to support campaigns related to Birthright Israel and other immersive Israel experiences. Responsibilities related to this position include: writing, designing, and sending email marketing communications; analyzing social media and email performance; designing social media graphics; helping to develop advertising campaigns on Facebook and Instagram; creating content for the Hillel International website, and more!
Qualified applicants should be comfortable using email and social media marketing platforms, have graphic design experience using Canva or Adobe Creative Suite, experience in video editing (a nice-to-have), and possess excellent writing skills. Top candidates should be very comfortable using Canva or other graphic design software, and have a strong understanding of marketing statistics such as open rates, click-thru rates and cost per click.
Internship Dates: The internship will be from early June through early August. The exact dates are flexible.
As a member of Hillel International’s Marketing and Communications team, you will be responsible for creating content for Hillel International’s blogs, Humans of Hillel, News & Views, and a new donor-focused blog. As the digital media intern, you will also work with the Assistant Editorial Director to collaborate with other Hillel International departments to update website content for the upcoming academic year. Qualified applicants should possess excellent writing skills, be able to write copy that is fun and engaging, and be able to adapt their writing style to any audience. Applicants should also have fluency in using WordPress for website editing and Canva for basic graphic design work. You should consider yourself a strong writer and communicator, highly organized, open to constructive feedback, and excited to learn more about what it takes to work in digital media!
The digital media intern will also collaborate with the social media team to share editorial content across Hillel International’s social channels. Love that kind of work? There will be additional opportunities to work closely with the social media team on content creation and curation depending on your interest.