Volunteer in Israel and discover the amazing cultural and natural diversity that has followed this land since biblical times. With GoEco you can fulfill an eco-tourism internship in the ancient city of Nazareth or rehabilitate animals in the vast Arava desert. You can also volunteer for a humanitarian cause such as the Tel Aviv Refugee Clinic . Based on years of development and in-depth field reports, GoEco presents you with a careful selection of excellent and affordable social and wildlife volunteer projects in Israel. Projects start off with an exciting GoEco orientation in Jerusalem.
This school has a unique approach towards rehabilitation of at-risk youth. As part of this approach the school operates a nursery where the students learn about responsibility and experiment with expressing their true character. As a volunteer, you will work at this nursery, learn about horticulture, and make a real impact on local youth in Jerusalem!
Join this hostel internship, located near the beach, and gain experience in the hospitality industry. You will be able to learn the ins and outs of managing a hostel including how to handle guests, plan events and carry out maintenance and housekeeping duties. Not only will you be able to enjoy Tel Aviv, one of the most diverse cities in the world, but you'll get to interact with guests from all over the world.
This is an exceptional opportunity to live and work with the local community in Nazareth. Volunteers stay at an historical inn, situated in close proximity to some of the most important historical sites in the city. Experience life in a multi-ethnic environment that is home to Jews, Christians, and Muslims.
Volunteer for a unique coral reef conservation project in the Red Sea and help preserve one of the richest marine environments on Earth. Work with a professional staff and other like-minded volunteers while getting to know one of Israel's best beach towns, Eilat.
Volunteer at the breathtaking Nimrod Eco Lodge on the scenic slopes of Mt. Hermon. Help construct and maintain sustainable buildings, explore experimental bio-farming, take in the awe-inspiring scenery and visit the ancient ruins of Nimrod Fortress.
Volunteer at this spectacular winery in the Negev to learn about wine making, agriculture, farming and eco-tourism. The family owned farm not only hosts guests but also produces incredible crafts in the metal shop, delicious food products sold in the farm shop and special wine varieties which showcase the flavors of the desert soil.
Volunteer at this unique "B & B" in the peaceful Negev Desert which successfully combines agriculture and tourism while sustaining itself through the use and production of alpaca wool. With over 200 animals at the farm, feeding them is a huge part of the job but you will also be able to assist with many other tasks. Expect to be treated as part of the family that owns this special place.
Learn all about gourmet vegan baking from a very talented chef while living in Tel Aviv, one of the friendliest vegan and vegetarian cities in the world. You will be taught how to make replacement ingredients from scratch such as vegan milk and butter plus you can learn how to add special ingredients into deserts to make them even healthier.
Contribute to a free health clinic for the growing community of African refugees in Israel and help improve the quality of life for so many who struggle for affordable health care. Discover the vibrant city that never sleeps while having an unforgettable experience and impact on those seeking a better life in Israel.
Join GoEco for an unforgettable internship at a hostel in Jerusalem – see the holy city through an eco lens, while gaining valuable industry experience. You will assisting with many aspects including marketing efforts, social media updates & website updates as well as documenting different tours that guests go on.
Israel's most famous city, Tel Aviv, is known for its enriching lifestyle and cultural diversity. Despite the continuing development in the area, much of the population suffer from welfare problems. Join a team of wonderful people who purchase food from several sources in Israel, then package it and distribute it to the underprivileged in Tel Aviv and Jaffa.
Meet the Al Huashla tibe and learn about their history, culture and customs. Get a true Bedouin village experience by joining in unique cultural activities and implement sustainable projects in the community!