Skilled Volunteers for Israel offer three program options, each geared to different audiences and needs.
Due to the COVID19 Pandemic, Israel from Inside Volunteer opportunities are suspended through 2020. Check out our virtual volunteer opportunity tutoring English to young Israeli professionals.
Israel from Inside: a curated, immersive service experience designed for the over 50’s. Build your Live, Work, Play schedule with an individualized service project as the centerpiece of your experience
Young Professionals: designed for early and mid-career Professionals between the age of 30-45, who want to contribute to Israel through a volunteer assignment in education or Israeli NGO’s
Volunteer & Study: a summer program combining study with service
All of our programs offer:
- Individualized service
- Orientation on Israel, language and cultural introductions
- Program preparation materials and resources
- Local staffing and support
- Flexible, customizable structure
- Connections to resources, activities and learning opportunities
- Match your interests and skills with an appropriate volunteer placement
- Three volunteer tracks
Each of our three programs enables you to choose to volunteer from one of three tracks representing unique facets of Israeli society. We prepare you to contribute to important programs and our organizational partners welcome you as part of their team. You will experience daily life like the locals. Return home with deep, informed insights on Israel.
Interested in adding a service component to a group trip? Skilled Volunteers for Israel can work with you and your tour operator to integrate meaningful service and volunteering to your synagogue or group itinerary.
“This was an amazing experience and far surpassed my expectations. The service placement was a perfect fit, the organization was very welcoming and so appreciative of my service. I felt at home during my stay in Jerusalem and can’t thank the women of Skilled Volunteers for Israel for all of their hard work and support during my experience.” Stephanie DeSouza, Pennsylvania, 2016