Windows - Channels for Communication Job Vacancy: Internship Positions in Peace Building NGO in Israel

About Windows
As a grassroots organization, Windows has a unique structure of Palestinians from both sides of the Green Line and Israeli Jews, on all levels of the organization. We all share the belief that the situation of occupation, oppression, human rights violations, and discrimination is unacceptable, and peace is not possible without addressing the real needs of the people sharing this land.

Windows has acquired unique experience in developing and implementing long-term educational programs for youth. These programs lead to sustainable changes of perceptions, attitudes, and behavior by addressing the core issues of the conflict with broad con temporary and historical perspectives, both local and global, as well as by offering emotional support throughout the process.

Since 1994 Windows has empowered hundreds of people to ask their own questions and encourage a more critical social discourse by creating alternative media such as “Windows, Hebrew-Arabic magazine”, exposing tens of thousands of readers to researched information about past and present events. The magazine has been distributed in dozens of schools through school workshops adding to the standard curriculum topics rarely addressed.

Training programs for educators enable us to share our many years’ experience and a public program comprised of art projects, tours, lectures and workshops encourages open debate in a safe environment. Solidarity actions make a difference in people's lives.

Today, many of those who participated in Windows programs along the years are part of the circles who promote the idea of a future based on justice and equality for all.

You will find more information about our Programs on our website or on our Idealist page.

We are looking for qualified individuals to support our programs. Please note that there is no direct participation in the youth programs, but the interns are working behind the scenes in order to make them possible.

All internships are unpaid but offer valuable experience in a friendly atmosphere.

Windows' interns are considered an essential part of Windows team and are treated as such. Interns have the opportunity to develop, implement and lead their own projects, gain direct exposure to the workings of a non-profit organization, and receive work-related training. In addition, students are often able to arrange academic credits with their universities.

Internships are three to twelve months long. Because training interns requires a significant investment from Windows, we do not accept interns who cannot commit to at least three months, unless they have specific professional skills such as video editing, magazine design, website development, etc.

  • Offer organizational support by performing administrative tasks, running errands and generally assisting Windows’ team
  • Must be proficient in English; Hebrew or Arabic language skills preferred; additional languages (French, German, Spanish etc.) advantageous
  • Ability to work both independently, with little supervision, and as part of a team
  • Ability to work in a multicultural environment
  • Strong knowledge of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is ideal (or a high motivation to learn about it)
  • Must be able to commit at least 20-40 hours a week


  • Write and edit content for Windows' Twitter and Facebook accounts, website, blog and newsletter
  • Document events and activities with pictures and narrative reports
  • Coordinate members, youth and other interns to contribute materials to various social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook
  • Must be able to commit at least 20 hours a week
  • Working proficiency in English
  • Experience with social media platforms, including Twitter and Facebook
  • Experience with website maintenance, advertising and/or journalism a plus
  • Excellent writing and editing skills

  • Research funding opportunities
  • Write and edit applications and letters of inquiry
  • Manage grant process by tracking requirements, due dates and responses
  • Coordinate fundraising tasks and responsibilities for other interns
  • Must be able to commit at least 35 hours a week
  • Working proficiency in English
  • Excellent writing and editing skills
  • Significant fundraising experience preferred

  • Apply qualitative and quantitative methods to evaluate the short-term as well as the long-term impacts and results of Windows' programs
  • Compile quarterly reports for Windows’ donors
  • Monitor our current programs through surveys, interviews, etc.
  • Evaluate the past internships' exit surveys.
  • Must be able to commit at least 20 hours a week
  • Full working proficiency in English
  • Knowledge of research and evaluation methods in social sciences
  • A responsible, active and independent work attitude
  • Writing and communication skills

  • Planning of events like film screenings, lectures and tours in English, targeting the internationals of Tel Aviv – Jaffa
  • Work closely together with the PR Intern to effectively advertise events
  • Must be able to commit at least 20 hours a week
  • Experienced in planning and hosting events for large groups
  • Graphic design and advertising skills favourable

  • Translation of materials for Windows youth programs including workshop templates and resources
  • Translating and editing articles written for our tri-lingual youth blog
  • Translate and edit content for Window's Twitter and Facebook accounts
  • Coordination translation efforts
  • Must be able to commit at least 20 hours a week
  • Working proficiency in English, and either Hebrew or Arabic
  • Excellent writing and editing skills
  • Experience with translation
  • Experience with website maintenance, advertising and/or journalism favourable

  • Participate in the conceptualization and execution of Windows’ Resource Centre
  • Identify and present information that leads to a better understanding of the local, global and historical perspectives of the conflict
  • Writing and editing of items on historical and recent events for the Resource Centre
  • Must be able to commit at least 20 hours a week
  • Knowledge of research methods in social sciences
  • Ability to work thoroughly and analytically
  • Strong writing skills

  • Improving Windows’ existing website and online presence.
  • Be part of developing our Online Resource Centre (Wikimedia based).
  • The Web Development intern will work in close collaboration with the research interns.
Skills & Qualifications
  • Must be able to commit at least 20 hours a week
  • Working proficiency in English
  • WordPress & Wikimedia Proficiency
  • Proficiency in the common programming languages
  • Good Graphic Design and Data visualization skills
  • High attention to detail, patience and persistence

  • Design external and internal communication material: assist the development of the on- and offline image of Windows
  • Produce informative graphic and visual materials to develop the communication strategy
  • Provide graphic design solutions that maximize Windows' impact as well as the impact of current fundraising
  • Support the development of the website and enhance its features
  • Must be able to commit at least 20 hours a week
  • Strong abilities in conceptualizing, branding and creative strategy
  • Strong web design and graphic design skills
  • Experience with InDesign or various other design programs
  • Able to work on designing logos, websites, magazines, brochures etc.
Please send your CV and a short cover letter to and fill out this short Questionnaire to help us understand what you hope to gain from the internship and how you could contribute to Windows.

Closing Date: 31 December 2017