By Adam Gerstenfeld
"Institutions like Masa Israel and Israel Experience have quickly sprouted up across the country looking to capitalize on this niche field.
Adi Barel, director of career development programs for Masa Israel, says the typical Israeli student sees the internship as another step in the advancement process of their chosen career path. American students, on the other hand, might use an internship to explore a number of potential job markets.
'Traditionally, there are a few fields – law, medicine, psychology, accounting, maybe a few others – in which [Israeli] students must do a stage apprenticeship upon graduating from university,' says Barel, 'Otherwise, Israeli culture was not that familiar with internships until five or six years ago.'"
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