iEngage Summer Internship 2017 Application

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The Shalom Hartman Institute iEngage Summer Internship program will take place from June 19, 2017 to July 27, 2017.

Please make sure to fill out all fields as indicated and attach your resume, short answer responses, and student transcript as PDFs. 

Two letters of recommendation, at least one of which should be academic, should be emailed directly to Naomi Adland ( Please note - we do not provide a form for letters of recommendation.

The application submission deadline is March 1, 2017. Applicants will be notified of admissions decisions by March 15, 2017.

If you have any questions or problems filling out this form contact Naomi at
Contact Information

Date of Birth

Parent/Guardian Contact Information

Education Information

Please rate your Hebrew language skills.
None Basic Intermediate Proficient Fluent

Fields of Interest
To ensure you are matched with a project that fits your interests and the needs of the organization, indicate up to three areas of focus that you would find engaging.  Note: there will be a formal placement process upon admission to the internship program.

Documents to Upload

Please make sure to upload all of your files as a PDF. Transcripts that cannot be uploaded can also be emailed directly to Naomi Adland at the Shalom Hartman Institute ( or sent directly to the office:

Naomi Adland
Shalom Hartman Institute of North America
One Pennsylvania Plaza, Suite 1606
New York, NY 10119
Short Answer Questions

Please submit your answers to each of the following questions in a single PDF document.
  1. Please describe your current relationship with Israel: what is affirming, what do you struggle with, and how have you seen this relationship growing or changing over time? (250 words maximum)
  2. Why are you interested in participating in this internship program? What do you hope to gain from the experience? What do you think you will contribute?  (250 words maximum)
  3. It is our hope that the iEngage Summer Internship program will be not just a research internship, but an opportunity to build a pluralistic cohort with a community of your peers. What is the nature of your experience engaging in building pluralistic community? And what is your vision for how your participation in the Fellowship might have an impact on student engagement with Israel? (250 words maximum)
  4. Please tell us one story about an important Israel-related experience in your campus community. What was your role in this story? What did you learn from this experience? (500 words maximum

Supporting Documents


Please note: you are responsible for contacting your references. The Hartman Institute does not provide a form for letters of recommendation. All letters should be emailed directly to Naomi Adland (