Internships & Fellowship
**All the Fellow positions have been filled at this time. However, please feel free to send us your resume to keep on file for future consideration.**
The Israel Allies Foundation is currently seeking graduate level, mid-career professional candidates for a Congressional Fellowship Program. The Israel Allies Foundation Fellow will be placed in the office of Congressional Israel Allies Caucus co-Chairs in the 113th Congress where he/she will serve as a full-time and half-year Middle East Scholar for a pro-Israel Member of Congress, assisting with the Member's day to day assignments related to Israel and the region. The Foundation will provide a full-time salary for the IAF Fellow, in addition to training and support. The Fellow will be asked to produce a research paper at the end of the six months on an area of research agreed upon by the Foundation and the Member's office. The IAF Fellow will meet with Foundation staff on a bi-weekly basis in order to debrief and update on the progress of the research paper. Candidates must have or be pursuing a graduate degree in the arena of International Relations or Israel/Middle East Studies. For more information, please contact our Director of Outreach and Development, Jordanna McMillan, at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
**We are now accepting applications for the Fall 2013 semester.**
If you are a college student in your third or fourth year, we invite you to apply for a semester internship with the Israel Allies Foundation. The internship is based out of our Washington, D.C. office. To apply please follow the instructions below, fill out and send a completed application along with your resume to email@example.com.
Filling out an application
1) Save the Internship Application PDF to your computer
2) Open the PDF & fill in your information electronically
3) Save the PDF as "Internship Application_YourName"