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College grads: Intern at top companies in Israel
Career Israel ( is a five-month professional internship program in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem open to college graduates. Over 700 internships are available at leading Israeli companies and organizations in fields ranging from law, medicine, media, economics, politics, public relations, education, social work, engineering, and more. A professional internship in Israel is an impressive and prestigious addition to your resume and will
make you an attractive candidate in the job market. For more information visit

Nominations open for Diller Teen Tikkun Olam awards
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Nominations are now being accepted for the Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards, open to Jewish teens whose volunteer service projects demonstrate a determined commitment to make the world a better place.  Up to ten teens, five from California and five from across the country, will each be acknowledged for their visionary actions with an award of $36,000, to be used to further their philanthropic work or their education. Deadline for nominations is January 6, 2013.
Past recipients of the awards have gone on to create a wide range of projects that support causes such as education, tolerance issues, autism awareness, anti-poverty efforts, environmental responsibility, wildfire safety and more.
Teens may nominate themselves or they may be nominated by teachers, community leaders, rabbis, or anyone who knows the value of their volunteer service and commitment — except family members.
Each candidate must be a U.S. resident aged 13-19 years old at the time of nomination, and must self-identify as Jewish. Community service projects may benefit the general or Jewish community.Teens compensated for their services are not eligible. Nomination forms are available at For more information:; (415) 512-6437;

Stamford teens meet with political asylum seeker Hussein Aboubakr
Cause for celebration in Waterbury
U of Hartford names Lisa Langsner as director of Hillel

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