Internships & Volunteering

Musalaha Internships

Musalaha welcomes undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professionals to work in our office in Jerusalem. We accept applications on a rolling basis throughout the year, based on the applicant’s academic performance and the relevant professional background.

Research and Publications: Research fields related to reconciliation such as theology, sociology, psychology, conflict transformation or community building. Use your skills to write reports, and contribute to larger publications. (Previous experience preferable.)

Communications: Use your communication skills to assist in designing, planning, and implementing media campaigns and documenting our community impact. (Previous experience required.)

Reconciliation Activities: This is a wonderful opportunity to witness reconciliation and contribute to peace building efforts by preparing for group meetings and engaging with Israelis and/or Palestinians, ranging from children, youth, young adults, and women. (Previous experience preferable.)

In addition to one’s specific area of internship, your experience here at Musalaha will give you the opportunity to learn about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, our approach to reconciliation, and the theological/philosophical principles that inform our work.

Internship Collaborations

Musalaha is happy to be accepting interns in collaboration with The European Law Students’ Association, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


Musalaha Volunteering Projects

Musalaha holds the Quality Label which is an assessed hosting & supporting role for volunteering projects under the European Solidarity Corps.

We empower young people by giving them the opportunity to respond to societal challenges through Youth Exchanges and Volunteering (e.g. Erasmus+, SALTO).

We promote solidarity and EU values while responding to specific needs and challenges at the local level.

Interested in becoming a Musalaha intern?

Please provide your CV and a brief cover letter including a short bio, any prior knowledge you may have on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, your understanding of reconciliation and interest in the field of peacebuilding and conflict transformation in general.