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Following your interview with the Internship Coordinator, you must pay a non-refundable $350 deposit if you want to proceed to the next phase of the process, namely, having the Internship Coordinator actively trying to place you with Israeli companies. Time is a very valuable commodity and it is hard for companies to justify spending time to evaluate resumes and conduct interviews with candidates who are not committed to joining them in Israel. The deposit gives Israeli companies peace of mind that candidates are serious about traveling overseas to join their company.
Phase 1: Application is due six weeks before the program start-date; deposit is due four weeks before the program start-date.
Phase 2: application is due four weeks before the program start-date; deposit is due three weeks before the program start-date.
The program is very competitive and resumes are sent to host-companies on a first-come, first-served basis. Students are encouraged to begin the application process six months before the program start-date to maximize the chances of placing with their preferred host-company.