What is G'sherim?
G'sherim is a one-to-two semester internship program for young adults, hosted by The Friends of Israel. Hebrew for “Bridges,” G'sherim is a challenging, life-changing ministry opportunity for young people to receive hands-on experience building bridges with the Jewish community in Las Vegas, Nevada.
What does a G'sherim intern do?
Interns receive training in campus ministry, teaching English as a second language (ESL), conversational Hebrew, and learning about Israel in God’s plan.
Participants are involved with volunteer work in the Jewish community, doing work projects for Holocaust survivors, leading Old Testament Bible studies, presenting the feasts of Israel, and using their personal talents for ministry.
Additionally, the Internship involves travel throughout the Southwest and an opportunity to attend, and lobby Congress about U.S. support for Israel, at the National AIPAC Conference in Washington D.C.