Teach English in Israel
Work in Israel, join a global network, develop teaching skills.
Why Masa Israel Teaching Fellows (MITF)?
MITF is an unparalleled opportunity to work in the socio-economic periphery of Israel and live life like a local. MITF is your chance to give back and a chance to gain professional development and network at an international level. MITF Recruitment Coordinators are excited to provide more info on the program and chat about which of the 12 cities you want to call home!
What does a teaching fellow receive on MITF?
Learn the local language
Earn during your stay
Why teach English in Israel?
8 Benefits to teaching in Israel
- Gain workplace leadership skills that set you apart in the workforce
- Career Development
- Professional alumni network with over 1900 alumni
- Learn Hebrew with your cohort in provided lessons
- Masa-provided leadership, teaching, and facilitation workshops and events
- Connection to the local community – Personal projects based on your skills & interests
- Global networking with hundreds of fellows and alumni, from MITF and the other Masa programs who will be in Israel during your fellowship
- Financial advantages! Full coverage of Monthly bills (including a living stipend), Health Insurance & transportation, Travel with weekly educational programming and exploration trips
The right program for you!
Explore Israel as an English teacher
Who can apply? 22 - 35 years old, have a BA (in any subject), and identify as Jewish culturally or religiously
Cost: $1200 (if you have received a Masa grant in the past, the cost may vary)
Length: 10 months (End of August 2022 - Beginning of July 2023)
Where? You have 12 cities to choose from
Where will you call home?
Placements are available throughout Israel, including:
- Mitspe Ramon, Bat Yam, Rahat + TLV, Ramle
- Beer Sheva, Akko, Haifa, Netanya, Nazareth + TLV, Kiryat Gat + TLV
- Beit Shean + TLV, Jerusalem, Rishon Le’tzion
About Masa Israel Journey
Masa Israel Journey is the world's leading provider of 4- to 12-month intensive experiences for young diaspora Jews, including study, volunteer, and career development programmes. Thousands of young Jews from across the world join us every year for an in-depth and realistic experience of Israel, where they seek to develop both personally and professionally. The personal development, Jewish identity, and increased link with Israel and the Jewish people that these programmes provide contribute to their personal development, connection to their roots and culture, and professional progress.