|Israel Teaching Fellows|
Ma'ase Olam- Israel Teaching Fellows works to close Israel's achievement gap by bringing college graduates from English-speaking countries to Israel to volunteer as English teachers' aids. If you want to ensure that Israeli children have the educational opportunities they deserve, join us!
Ma'ase Olam–Israel Teaching Fellows is a joint 10-month service-learning program for English-speaking and Israeli young adults. The program includes:
Ma'ase Olam-Israel Teaching Fellows takes place in Rehovot (12 miles south of Tel Aviv), one of the central hubs of scientific and academic research in Israel . Rehovot is home to the famous Weizmann Institute and Faculty of Agriculture of Hebrew University. With a population of 114,000, Rehovot offers a diverse mixture of students and faculty, Russian Jews, Yemenite Jews, Ethiopian Jews, and more.
"I feel like I’m really growing in my time here. As a group, we’ve discussed what it’s like to be in our schools and there is a general excitement about being able to help the future of the country grow." – Ma'ase Olam Participant
By being part of Ma'ase Olam - Israel Teaching Fellows, you become part of a much larger organization called Ma'ase. You will become a member of the Ma'ase community of 700 volunteers from all over Israel and the world. Together we are taking an active and central role in shaping Israel's future.