Job and Internship Opportunities

Hillel at Binghamton strives to help young Jewish adults in all facets of their day to day lives. Below are just a few of the opportunities offered to students here. 






Tevel B'tzedek   

Jump on the opportunity to volunteer in Nepal. Click HERE for more information on the different programs offered.


AHA Fellowship  

Expand your resume and career building skills with other students while making a difference in the Jewish world. Click HERE for more information. (For current seniors and recent graduates only)



Volunteer with Israel's leading environmental organizations or work with initiatives that focus on promoting peace in the region. Click HERE for more information. 


Bar-Ilan Postback Premed Program

This program is designed for students who are graduates of universities in the United States and Canada, but who need to take premed requirements before applying to American and Canadian medical schools. Classes are taught completely in English following American curricula. Click HERE for more information. 


AJC Goldman Fellowship

This fellowship is an international, paid internship focusing on the fields of diplomacy, policy, intergroup relations, human rights, and non-profit management. AJC’s Goldman Fellowship Program is open to rising juniors, seniors, and graduate and professional school students from a broad range of backgrounds. Important is a passion for making a difference, interest in domestic and international policy, and/or an interest in working in a Jewish non-profit. Click HERE for more information. 


The Israeli Palestinian Conflict: Understanding Both Sides
Every year Galilee International Management Institute, Israel delivers a summer program for students of history, political science and Middle East studies and professionals interested in the Middle East. The program focusses on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, its roots, background and current situation. Click HERE for more information.  
Arava Institute 
The Arava Institute brings together students from Israel, Palestine, Jordan, and around the world, and provides them with the opportunity to learn about regional environmental challenges and innovative solutions. Click HERE for more information. 
Israel Studies Undergraduate Research and Creative Work Grant
This award is designed to support Binghamton University students' independent research or creative work. To qualify, your project must be supervised by a Binghamton University faculty member, and currently be enrolled in independent study credit (2 or 4) or honors thesis credit at Binghamton University The maximum award is $500. Click HERE for more information. 
Hillel International
We are seeking exceptional college students for multiple internships at Hillel International's headquarters office in Washington, DC on the following teams: Advancement, Communications, Information Technology, Jewish Experience, Strategy and Measurement, and Hillel Institute Summer Conference. Click HERE for more information. 
AIPAC Diamond Summer Internship: AIPAC's Diamond Internship Program enables students to contribute to strengthening the U.S.-Israel relationship by participating in one of the most dynamic lobbying groups in American politics. Click HERE for more information. 
Amir Fellowship
Amir Farmers run educational programming at one of our 30+ summer camp partners across North America, using the garden space as a medium for inspiring youth to serve their communities. Amir has opportunities with 20+ Jewish summer camps, where our curriculum includes Jewish teachings about our obligation to the land and each other. Farmers come together at the beginning of the summer for a week-long Seminar to learn the nuts and bolts of gardening, as well as how to leverage Amir's curriculum. Click HERE for more information. Click HERE for the application. 

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