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  • Locations: Herzliya, Israel
  • Program Terms: Summer Internships
  • Restrictions: UPENN applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Program Description:

Program Snapshot

Global Internship Program (GIP): NoCamels.com
 
NoCamels.com LogoThe Internship: This internship is ideal for students looking to combine their interests in journalism, technology, and innovation.

Number of Spots Available: 3

Duration: 10-12 weeks

Start Date: Anytime after May 15, 2018

The Organization: NoCamels is the world-leading news website covering Israeli innovation and tech.  Based at the Sammy Ofer School of Communications at IDC Herzliya, NoCamels is a non-profit journalism project.

The Location: The internship will be located at the IDC university in Herzliya, located on a beautiful campus with world-class facilities.

Internship Details

Interns at NoCamels.com will:
  • Conduct research for assigned articles
  • Conduct interviews for assigned articles
  • Write articles
  • Attend leading tech and innovation conferences
  • Participate in team editorial meetings
  • Pitch story ideas
  • Contribute to social media strategy and website design
The interns can expect to work from 9:00am-4:00pm, Sunday through Thursday, with a 30-minute daily break for lunch.  Interns can expect to work both at the main office of NoCamels.com, but will also be asked to attend conferences and interview industry insiders outside of the office.
 

Eligibility

All GIP applicants must be current full-time, degree-seeking University of Pennsylvania students who are returning to their degree program full-time in the Fall semester.  All GIP applicants must also be in good academic and disciplinary standing.

The internship at NoCamels.com also requires applicants to meet the following eligibility criteria:
  • Interest in writing and journalism
  • High level of written English
  • Interest in tech and innovation
Priority will be given to applicants who have the following criteria:
  • Team player
  • Enjoys taking an active role
  • Enjoys meeting new people and ideas

Please Note: Students who have participated in this program in the past OR who accepted a placement through this program in the past but then withdrew are not eligible to apply again.

Accommodation

Herzliya, IsraelStudents are responsible for finding their own accommodation.  NoCamels.com will provide interns accepted to this placement with suggestions as to where and how you can find safe, affordable, and comfortable housing close to your internship site.
 

Money Matters

All students accepted to the GIP will be awarded a Global Internship Program Scholarship.  GIP scholarship amounts vary by student, and award amounts are based on location of internship, length of internship, the student's need, and the student's merit. The internship placement application process includes the GIP scholarship application essay.

The estimated budget for this internship is as follows:
 
Expense Estimated Cost Notes
Program Fee $0 None
Round-Trip Airfare $1,100 Estimated cost PHL - TLV
Accommodation $1,800 Estimated cost 10 weeks - 1 private room
Meals & Personal Expenses $1,500 Could vary based on lifestyle
Visa $0 U.S. citizens do not need visa up to 90 days
Local Transport $250 Public transportation, occasional taxi
Other $0  
Total Estimated Cost $4,650  

How to Apply

Ready to Apply?  Follow These Steps:
 
1. Click Apply Now above to login with your PennKey and password and begin the application
2. Complete all requirements listed in the online application, including:
  • CV/Resume upload
  • Cover Letter or Personal Statement upload
  • Unofficial transcript upload
  • Scholarship award essay
  • Required advising appointment with the Global Internships Manager (schedule yours by clicking here)
  • Other program-specific requirements, as needed
3. Once all requirements have been received and checked off, submit your application by the deadline
 
Don't Forget:
  • You may apply to a maximum of two (2) GIP programs.  You may open your first program application by following the above instructions.  To open a second application, you must first meet with the Global Internships Manager for an advising appointment.
  • Do not wait until the last minute to schedule your advising appointment, as appointment slots may fill!  Advising appointments will not be available from December 23rd-January 1st, so please plan ahead.

Application Deadline: January 10th, 2018 at 11:59pm EST
 

Resources

Schedule an Advising Appointment: Don't forget that meeting with the Global Internships Manager is a required component of applying to the GIP.  Schedule your appointment by clicking here, and don't wait too long, as appointment slots may fill!

Past Participants: Want to connect with a student who participated in the Global Internship Program?  Click here to view a list of past participants and get in touch.

Career Services: The Career Services office on campus can help you in several ways.  You may find the following links helpful: Visas: Depending on your citizenship and destination country, you may need a visa or work permit to participate in this internship.  It is your responsibility as a GIP participant to determine your visa requirements and obtain a visa, if needed. Past participants have found the following resources helpful in determining visa requirements:



This program is currently not accepting applications.