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``My experience was unprecedented and I have just taken my future career to a whole new level.``
This is not your Birthright trip; it’s not Israel from the tourist’s perspective. In the workplace, you’ll work side-by-side with Israelis forming authentic relationships and friendships that are not typically available to tourists. You’ll live in a regular Israeli neighborhood, not in a hotel. You can take the light-rail to work like an Israeli, not be shuttled around on touring bus. Also, depending on the Learning Program you select, your program will feature the kind of touring activities that are off the beaten path so you’ll have ample time to explore Israel.
Rabbi Menachem Deutsch was born in New York City and attended rabbinical seminaries in Denver and Israel before being ordained by Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore, MD. In 1987, he founded the Atlanta Scholars Kollel, a Jewish adult education organization in Atlanta, GA, which he led for 23 years. In 2010, he became the Director of Olami, overseeing Jewish programs on hundreds campuses across the globe. He currently resides in Atlanta with his wife Dena and the youngest four children of their nine children.
Mr. Lemberg was born in Linden, NJ and is the Managing Director of Infinity Special Situation, LLC. Inc. He has three decades of experience in Real Estate Development and Venture Capital,where he has expertise in negotiating joint venture partnerships, sales of companies, acquisition consulting and general strategic planning. Mr. Lemberg is proud to serve as the Chairman of the Building Committee of the School for Children with Hidden Intelligence (SCHI) and Managing Member of Blessing for Life Foundation, LLC. He lives in Lakewood, NJ with his wife, Blimy, and their four children.
A native of Detroit, MI, Jeff has a double BA (cum laude) in Political Science and Philosophy from Western Michigan University. Seizing an opportunity to follow his passion for studying Judaism and living in Israel, Jeff spent four years in Israel working in Israel’s High Tech sector. Since returning to the US in 2004, Jeff has coordinated and directed a range of Jewish educational initiatives. Jeff and his wife Clara have five wonderful children. They currently reside in Lakewood, NJ.
Bashi Rosen immigrated to Israel from Michigan shortly after her wedding, and currently lives in the Har Nof area of Jerusalem with her husband Ari and their four children. She has worked as a certified Ophthalmic Technician and has many years of experience teaching Jewish education. Since moving to Israel, she has been involved with numerous educational programs, including Jerusalem Online University and Neve Yerushalayim. jInternship combines her loves for Israel, Jewish education and fun in one perfect package.
Originally from Toronto, Canada, Yisroel earned his BA at McGill University in Political Science and Jewish Studies. Upon graduation, Yisroel moved to Jerusalem and studied at Darche Noam/Shapell’s Yeshiva and the famed Mir Yeshiva. Yisroel has been involved in Jewish education for many years, from teaching Congregational School in Canada to his current position as Director of the Executive Learning Program at Darche Noam/Shapell’s. Yisroel, his wife Tamar and their three children live in Ramat Beit Shemesh – just west of Jerusalem.
Ruth, a native of Northern California, finished her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan in music performance. Upon graduation, she moved to Israel where she studied and worked at Neve Yerushalayim and began pursuing her Master’s in Music at the Jerusalem Academy of Music. Ruth taught in a few different high school music conservatories and performed with local orchestras. After four years in Israel, she now lives in Houston, TX with her husband, Aaron, and their two young children.