The TAMID Fellowship is a competitive, 8-week summer internship program that provides outstanding TAMID leaders with the opportunity to work with host companies and live in Israel.
Fellowship 2024 application opens: September 18
Early application deadline: October 22
Regular application deadline: November 19 (updated)
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|Applications out:||Sep. 18|
|Early Applications due:||Oct. 22|
|General Applications due:||Nov. 19|
|Early Application Decisions:||Mid-November|
|General Decisions:||End of December|
|Matching:||Begins after acceptance*|
|Program Dates:||June 10 – August 4|
|Parents Weekend:||July 17 – 21|
* Must have signed the participation agreement, submitted payment, and attended a Matching Webinar prior to beginning the internship matching process.
The program is designed so that Fellows achieve four outcomes:
|•||Gain valuable skills through a rigorous summer internship experience|
|•||Expand their knowledge of and connection to the Israeli business ecosystem|
|•||Strengthen their relationship with TAMID Group and other TAMID Fellows|
|•||Explore and discover Israel in a way that speaks to their personal interests|
The Fellowship is structured into three components
TAMID Fellows come from a range of backgrounds, including business, marketing, computer science, and liberal arts. What they have in common is a strong drive and motivation, and a desire to tackle and complete substantive business projects that will contribute to their host company’s growth. Past internship projects have addressed company challenges such as pricing strategy, supply chain, market research, digital marketing, web development, beta testing, competitor analysis, financial modeling, and more.
Fellows learn through immersion in Israel’s dynamic startup ecosystem. They attend speaking events and participate in workshops led by Israeli business leaders and entrepreneurs in high-tech, venture capital, and private equity, among others. In addition, Fellows engage in diversely-represented conversations to address TAMID-related challenges back on campus and share best practices between chapters to help build their broader TAMID network.
Fellows have the unique opportunity to participate in multiple trips throughout the country, exploring some of the lesser-known places and meeting interesting people, initiatives and organizations that they may not otherwise encounter. Many nights and weekends throughout the summer are free for Fellows to discover Israel on their own terms, create their own plans, and explore Israel in personally meaningful ways.