Migration in the Field

M.A. in Global Migration and Policy Tel Aviv University - Internship

All students enroll in the Migration and Civil Society workshop. Through this course students are placed at internships based upon their academic and professional interests, prior experience in the field, and relevant language and technical skills. Students may choose to work with a specific population; asylum seekers and refugees, migrant workers, children of immigrants, Olim (new Israeli immigrants), etc. Students may also focus on the intersection of migration and a given topic area:

  • Migration and education;
  • Migration and health;
  • Migration and hi-tech;
  • Migration and human rights;
  • Migration and integration;
  • Migration and labor;
  • Migration and law;
  • Migration and LGBTQ rights;
  • Migration and social work;
  • Migration and sustainability;
  • Migration and tourism; and
  • Migration and urban development

While the internship takes place during the second semester of studies, it is recommended that students contact the organizations of interest during the first semester of the program in order to become acquainted with the governmental and civil societal landscape in Tel Aviv, as well as to establish contacts and network within the field. Some students choose to begin volunteering prior to starting the degree program or during the first semester  of studies in order to gain a deeper experience.

 

Possible internship sites include:

​Among others. Internships expose students to work in the field of migration in Tel Aviv, in other localities in Israel, and at the national and international levels. 

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