Interns will work from June 16 to August 1, 2024, adhering to a schedule of Sunday to Thursday, 8 hours per day. A program calendar outlining any potential schedule alterations due to trips or events will be provided.
Interns seek high-level, experiential learning through meaningful tasks aligned with skills in marketing, product management, finance, strategy, and more.
TAMID provides housing in Tel Aviv, health insurance, monthly transportation passes, programming, trips, and 24/7 personalized support.
Interns will be based in Tel Aviv (Florentine).
Options include Tenbis/Cibus cards, reimbursements, gift cards, or on-site cafeteria services.
Generally not required unless the company is located outside the Tel Aviv metropolitan area.
The process involves rigorous application submission, including short answer questions, essays, video, CV, and transcript, followed by interviews and comprehensive review.
Both parties fill out profiles on the Matching Platform, and tailored introductions are made based on analyzed needs and skills.
Questions should focus on aligning expectations between the intern and the company for a successful internship.
Typically, one mandatory evening event per week, with specific dates provided in the calendar.
Discuss with the intern and a TAMID staff member at least 72 hours in advance for any conflicts with TAMID events.
An internship handbook will be provided, along with a guide co-authored by a previous intern and supervisor.
Reinforce expectations and escalate recurring issues to a TAMID staff member.
Coordination between managers is permissible as long as expectations are clear.
The intern should adhere to the general Israel work week schedule for interaction and mandatory events.
Inform a TAMID staff member promptly about any management changes.
Encourage the intern to propose or create a project, ensuring tasks align with company needs.
Absolutely! Opportunities exist for continued engagement, including consulting projects, freelance work, or post-graduation employment.