Want to make a difference? TFHT is looking for you. Our interns/associates range in age from college students to experienced professionals. They dedicate anywhere from 8 to 20 hours a week to work in our offices or from their homes. Full and part time internships are available.

To apply, please e-mail to the following: a cover letter (noting which internship you are applying for and your intended time commitment), resume, and 1-2 page writing sample to us here.

Read our Take Action page to see other opportunities to help us end modern slavery in Israel.

If you are interested in public-interest advocacy, policy reform or investigative legal research, our Legal Internship is for you! You will work to provide legal analysis, and legislative research in the field of human trafficking.

Get an insider’s view of the Knesset and help TFHT recruit MK’s to take action against modern slavery in Israel. Lobbying efforts are ongoing and interns can play a critical role. Hebrew Fluency Required

Help get the word out! This position will focus on the implementation of a school based program on human trafficking. Responsibilities include program coordination and ongoing evaluations with schools across Israel. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in education and community awareness to put their skills into action! Hebrew Fluency Required

Community Outreach in North America
Interested in community organizing? You can help build our network of informed and active influential individuals within the North American Jewish community. Under the leadership of our Director of International Projects, you will bring our message to new communities and help build partnerships between TFHT and other advocacy organizations.

Pidyon Campaign
Rabbis and their congregations play an essential role in promoting public awareness. Recruit Rabbis to sign our petition against human trafficking in Israel. Work to create text based materials and talking points that can be used to educate Jewish communities about this issue.

Operations/ Resource Development
Want to help a new non-profit organization grow? In this position you will gain an understanding of grant writing and fundraising. Become an integral part of TFHT operations and see for yourself all that goes into a growing human rights organization.

The Task Force is also looking for volunteers in graphic & web design, photography, translation, and with journalistic experience to help us in our efforts.

If you are interested in one of these positions, contact us to find out more about volunteering with TFHT.