What is the ISRAEL21c Digital Ambassadors Internship?
Digital Ambassadors are a select group of 36 college students in North America who feel passionate about Israel and use social media to spread fascinating stories about meaningful and positive things happening there. ISRAEL21c is 100% non-political. It is the world’s largest archive of print and visual content about 21st century Israel – including Israeli science and technology, arts and culture, humanitarian aid, daily life, and more – with original content being updated daily by ISRAEL21c journalists. This paid internship is open to any student who is committed to helping people see Israel through an apolitical, humanist lens. Digital Ambassadors play a key role in “spreading the good news!”

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ISRAEL21c’s Digital Ambassadors in Chicago. Photo by Erica Barraca/Erica Barraca Photography

Core Functions
• Social Media Marketing and Digital Outreach – promoting ISRAEL21c content to various online communities
• Learning new skills to become proficient in online communications
• Gaining knowledge about Israel and strengthening your personal relationship with Israel
• Tracking results of your digital outreach
• No Politics
• Implementing a Social Media Campaign with a small-group of other likeminded Digital Ambassadors
• Networking with fellow Digital Ambassadors across North America

Ambassadors taking part in the retreat in Chicago.

Digital Ambassador Internship Requirements

There are two internship tracks – Summer (June-August) and Academic Year (August-May).
• Commit to the entire duration of the term
• Dedicate 2-3 hours per week to the internship (with increased hours as needed)
• Participate in a required weekly video call with your peers
• Participate on a team to develop and promote your own social media campaign
• Organize at least one on-campus, Israel-related event
• Academic Year interns will attend the ISRAEL21c Training Retreat in Chicago, IL, from August 5-7, 2018
• Creation of Team Projects will occur at the training, so attendance is required!

Note: Students with plans to travel abroad will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

ISRAEL21c’s Digital Ambassadors in Chicago. Photo by Erica Barraca/Erica Barraca Photography

• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to work effectively and build relationships with others
• Good organization and planning skills
• Interest in social media and digital promotion
• Desire to learn more about Israel
• Non-political motivations
• Responsible and dependable
• Ability to track and fulfill one’s own work
• Flexibility in scheduling weekly calls
• Commitment to being responsive to and responsible for regular communication with ISRAEL21c Staff

ISRAEL21c’s Digital Ambassadors in Chicago. Photo by Erica Barraca/Erica Barraca Photography

It’s a Paid Internship!
• Summer interns receive a $300 stipend (paid upon term completion)
• Academic Year interns receive a $1,000 stipend (paid in two installments, at midway and end of term completion).

An ISRAEL21c Digital Ambassador in Chicago. Photo by Erica Barraca/Erica Barraca Photography

Any Questions?
If you have questions about becoming a Digital Ambassador, please contact Ari Feinstein at ari@israel21c.org.


First Name

Last Name



Mailing Address

City, State



Year in School

How did you hear about the Digital Ambassadors Internship?

Have you participated on a Masa Israel program?

What is your favorite social media platform, and how do you most often use it? (about 150 words)

What is your connection to Israel? (about 300 words)

Why do you want to become a Digital Ambassador? (about 300 words)

Please provide the name, email, and phone number of one professional or academic reference.

Please attach a picture of yourself (.jpg, .png, .pdf)

Please attach your resume here (.doc, .docx, or .pdf)