WJC Internships - World Jewish Congress

Positions Available

Communications

The intern will assist with general tasks within the Communications department, writing stories for the website, researching news items, shadowing staff, and learning the basics of how communications operate. In addition to facilitating projects as needed, Intern will particularly focus on expanding and improving digital projects.
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WJC Geneva Office

The intern will work closely with the UN Geneva Representative. He/She will assist in the day-to-day work, inter alia, coverage of UN Human Rights Council sessions and other related events, preparation for diplomatic meetings, conferences, drafting of policy papers and reports.
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WJC NextGen

The Intern will facilitate with a variety of both established and growing projects in the recently launched NextGen department. The intern will work on general tasks within the growing department. Responsibilities include graphic design, general communications, research, writing, and logistics coordination. As initializes grow and evolve, intern will assist with outreach. 

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Please contact nextgen@wjc.org with any inquiries.

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Testimonials

"I spent a summer interning with the WJC in 2018 working as an Executive Office Intern in their global headquarters located in NYC. During my time there I got to work closely with almost every person in the office, all of whom were incredibly kind, welcoming, and always eager to help me learn something new. From learning about daily operations of this world wide organization, to participating with social media campaigns, and even being able to practice research skills, my experience working with the CEO and all of his staff was something I will always be grateful for."

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Arielle Nadler

2018

At WJC I got invaluable experience working with partners around the world to combat antisemitism, including making a tangible difference in the US by helping pass the Never Again Education Act. I am endlessly thankful for the experience and mentors I gained back then and continue to benefit from today.

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Eliran Oz

2019

I started interning for the World Jewish Congress the summer before my freshman year of college and continued my internship over three summers. From opportunities to work with leading global partners, hands-on experience navigating the non-profit sector, and invaluable exposure to diverse Jewish communities, I am proud to say working with the WJC prepared me to enter the world of international advocacy.

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Adela Cojab

2015, 2016, 2018

It was an honor and a privilege to work on WJC’s digital advocacy team! From networking, to establishing team working skills, going to the UN, and doing my share in fighting antisemitism, my time at WJC was absolutely amazing. I am so grateful to have had this experience!

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Arielle Yacker

2019

Working at the WJC was a transformative experience. I learned transferable skills in content creation, article writing and running a campaign. I felt extremely supported by all of the WJC staff throughout my time there and was introduced to many more incredible opportunities as a result of the internship.

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Naomi Sanft

2019