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Teach English in Israel and you’ll be amazed at what you’ll learn.

What is MITF?

Masa Israel Teaching Fellows is a 10-month fellowship for Jewish college graduates, between the ages of 21 and 35, who want to contribute to the future success of Israeli children and make a real difference. Get paid to teach English while immersing yourself in Israeli society and become an integral member of the city in which you live, teach and volunteer.

What is MITF Tel Aviv+?

MITF Tel Aviv+ is the only MITF track where you get to live and teach in Tel Aviv – Israel's most exciting city and cultural hub!  

As an MITF Tel Aviv+ fellow, you live and teach English in Tel Aviv and in one of Israel’s smaller cities that you choose: Beit She'an, Nazareth, Ramla, or Rahat. This way you get to experience and contribute to different parts and communities of Israel!

The fellowship includes fully furnished housing with wifi and utilities included, professional training and educational enrichment opportunities, tours and trips around Israel, and more. Fellows also receive a generous monthly stipend and a flight reimbursement.

MITF is sponsored by Masa Israel Journey and the Israel Ministry of Education. 

MITF Tel Aviv+ is operated by BINA: The Jewish Movement for Social Change.

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Israel’s “City that Never Sleeps” is a vibrant location with a fascinating culture, stunning beaches, beautiful sunsets, and a lively nightlife. Tel Aviv-Yafo is home to an ethnically diverse community, housing subgroups including secular and religious Jews, Arabs, foreign workers, asylum seekers and refugees. Tel Aviv is also the LGBTQ capital of Israel.

Our fellows teach English to refugee kids and other at-risk youth from diverse backgrounds and  experience and appreciate the rich diversity of Tel Aviv. They also enjoy the vast culture and energy of the city. You’ll have no trouble finding fun things to do in this city, making lifelong friends from Israel and abroad along the way! 

Beit She'an

A small and welcoming city in the beautiful Southern Galilee, along the Jordan River Valley, Beit She’an is home to a diverse local community. It is known for its warmth, hospitality, and familial atmosphere. The breathtaking scenery and national park create beautiful opportunities for Fellows to hike along the many springs that flow in the nearby valley. Fellows also receive additional programming benefits and volunteering opportunities, courtesy of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland and their longstanding relationship with their sister city, Beit She’an.

Nazareth

Located in the Jezreel Valley, in Israel’s Lower Galilee region. Today, the area is known for its mixed Arab-Jewish population and beautiful green vistas. As the largest Arab city in Israel, Nazareth has a deep history dating back thousands of years. Today, it is a vibrant center of Arab-Israeli life as well as a window into the authentic Middle Eastern spirit. As a Masa Israel Teaching Fellow in Nazareth, you’ll have the opportunity to explore this vibrant city and its rich history, while serving its population of Arab citizens of Israel.

Rahat

Fellows live in Be’er Sheva and teach in Rahat It is the first and the largest Bedouin city in the world! Israel, located in the Negev region, just 15 minutes from Be’er Sheva. Rahat is a culturally unique city with a warm and inviting community, famous for its hospitality. Work at the forefront of Arab-Jewish coexistence within the Arab sector of the Israeli school system. Schools in Rahat are large, warm, and colorful, staffed with Bedouin and Jewish teachers. Fellows use their own talents and hobbies to make the language more fun and accessible to students as part of an effort in bringing about equality of educational opportunities for the Bedouin community.

Ramla

Ramla is located conveniently between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and is a brief bus or train ride from either city. It's a beautiful blend of ancient and modern Israel, featuring historical landmarks, and streets abuzz with the sounds of conversations held in multiple languages. Ramla offers the perfect opportunity for someone looking to make a huge impact in Israel. It's home to a richly diverse population of Jewish and Arab-Israelis, and 24% of its residents comprise immigrant communities from the Former Soviet Union and Ethiopia.

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Why MITF?

GET PAID | Earn a generous stipend + free housing and flight reimbursement!

Make a real difference in the lives of Israeli youth

Create your own volunteer projects based on your skills & interests

Gain professional skills and experience and enjoy educational enrichment activities

Experience Israel like a local!

Learn Hebrew, learn about Israel and explore the country!

Live in TEL AVIV - Israel’s most exciting city - AND another city of your choice

Who Runs MITF Tel Aviv+?

MITF Tel Aviv+ is operated by BINA: The Jewish Movement for Social Change, in partnership with Masa Israel Journey and the Israel Ministry of Education.

BINA: The Jewish Movement for Social Change works to promote pluralism, justice and social responsibility in Israel and beyond, through education (limud), action, (ma’ase) and community-building (kehilah). BINA is a nationwide Israeli organization with over 20 years of experience running high-quality service-learning programs, as well as diverse educational and community-organizing projects. Every year, BINA touches the lives of tens of thousands of Israelis and individuals from around the world.

As a Masa Israel Teaching Fellow with BINA, you’ll get to be a part of a diverse community of Israelis and Jews from around the world who learn together and work together to make Israel and the world a better place.

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Masa Israel Teaching Fellows (MITF) is a 10-month fellowship available to college
graduates interested in teaching English. Fellows have the opportunity to live, teach, and
volunteer in their chosen city and immerse themselves in Israeli society. The program involves
working with children on the social, economic, and geographic peripheries of Israel by
teaching them native-spoken English through lessons and activities. The program is run in
conjunction with the Ministry of Education, and was developed as a response to an acute need
for spoken English in the Israeli education system.