Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy

Internship Programs

Internship opportunities for third-year undergraduates and MA students studying in the international program of the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy are available at a variety of government offices, non-governmental organizations, and Lauder School research institutes and programs.

The internships approved by the School are for academic credit (2 credits) and provide students with the opportunity to obtain invaluable practical experience in the public and third sectors. We encourage students to take advantage of the diverse internship options, which in many cases open for them career doors. 

Although the internships for credit are geared towards third-year undergraduates and MA students, second-year undergraduate students may apply for the Internship Program and will be placed depending on compatibility and availability of internships.

For further details:

- BA Internship Program
- MA Internship Program

To apply for an internship with one of the following Lauder School institutes or research programs, please contact the relevant e-mail listed in the below table directly. Once accepted by the institute, it is the student's responsibility to inform the relevant internship coordinator listed here in order to register the internship:

Mr. Ori Barzel - (BA; MA, Diplomacy & Conflict studies + Cluster in Political Psychology)

Dr. Michal Shavit - (MA, Counter-Terrorism & Homeland Security)

List of Lauder School Institutes and Research Programs:

Internships Contact Person
Institute For Counter-Terrorism (ICT) Devorah Margolin
Institute for Policy and Strategy (IPS)
- Herzliya Conference
- The Simulation Unit
- The Program in Political Psychology and Decision Making (POPDM)
- MICS seminar
Hila Ziv
Center for European Studies Dr. Esther Lopatin
American Public Opinion toward Israel (APOI) Dr. Amnon Cavari
Comparative National Security Project Dr. Dima Adamsky