Intern with ACRI

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Internships at ACRI provide an excellent opportunity to donate your time and skills to support our work while gaining first-hand experience working at Israel’s leading human rights organization.

Internship opportunities are available at ACRI’s headquarters in Tel Aviv .





Legal Internships

For winter 2018 (January-May 2018) please submit applications by 1 August 2017. Primary response to these applications will be sent  by e-mail only after due date (1 August 2017).  

For Summer 2018 (June-September 2018)  please submit applications by 1 January 2018. Primary response to these applications will be sent by e-mail only after due date (1 January 2018).

If you are a law student or lawyer and are interested in pursuing a legal internship at ACRI, please contact Attorney Maskit Bendel at

We offer internship positions for a period of 8-12 weeks usually in our main office in Tel Aviv. In some cases the internship can also be full or part time from our Jerusalem and Nazareth offices. Please note that internships are unpaid and applicants are therefore encouraged to secure public interest fellowships or other sources of funding. The internship is open to applicants from Israel and from overseas.

For application please submit your CV and a cover letter.



International Relations Internships


Applications are now closed and will re-open in July 2017.


ACRI’s International Relations Interns work closely with the staff of ACRI’s International Relations and Development Department to: identify potential fundraising sources; assist with the drafting of grant proposals and reports; draft and edit English-language press releases, web site materials and other publications; support ACRI’s social media presence; and assist with administrative tasks.


There are two internship positions in ACRI’s international relations department:


    1. Communications Internship – This position focuses primarily on managing ACRI’s social media presence and assisting in the drafting of press releases and other publications. (A basic level of Hebrew is required for this position).
    2. Resource Development Internship – This position focuses primarily on donor research and assisting in the submission of grant proposals and reports to international donors.


Applicants should be willing to commit to working 30 hours a week for a minimum period of four months. Please note that internships are unpaid.


Required Qualifications

  • Outstanding English-language writing and editing skills;
  • A commitment to human rights and familiarity with human rights terminology;
  • Excellent computer skills;
  • Familiarity with social media sites;
  • Extremely organized, motivated, and reliable;
  • Have completed at least two years of undergraduate study;
  • Preference will be given to candidates with Hebrew or Arabic language skills.


If you are interested in applying for an International Relations Internship at ACRI, please send a cover letter, CV and writing sample to:

Please indicate which internship you are applying for (you may apply for both) as well as the time period during which you would be available to intern.


Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.



“Thanks for a really great summer. It was a pleasure to work with you and to get an insider’s view of a really interesting and important organization, and valuable work experience. I’m very appreciative of how much positive feedback you gave, and how accessible you were. I also loved the opportunity to get out and see things in Israel I wouldn’t otherwise have gotten the chance to see, and thank you for finding ways for me to see ACRI in motion.”

                –  Etan Newman, International Relations Intern


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