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October 28, 2015

alt="aaron white"Aaron White is a California native with a passion for politics and the environment. He holds a BA in Politics from the University of California, Santa Cruz and an MA in Environmental Studies from Tel Aviv University. During his Masa Israel experience at Tel Aviv University, Aaron founded Tel Aviv University’s Students for Liberty chapter and consulted for several Israeli environmental organizations. Somehow, he also found the time to immerse himself in Israeli culture, cultivated new friendships, and explored the...

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October 19, 2015

alt="sarah wesson"Born and raised in Stowe, Vermont, Sarah Wesson was a Masa Israel Teaching Fellow in Rehovot during the 2013-2014 school year. Sarah moved to Florida in middle school and remained in the Sunshine State through 2013, when she earned a BA in Social Sciences, Art History and Judaic Studies from the University of Central Florida. Sarah credits her Masa Israel experience with sparking her passions for education, working with children and helping others.

Sarah now resides in Rockville, Maryland, where she is the Assistant Director of Youth Programs at Washington...

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October 14, 2015

The Masa Israel Alumni Fellowship is an opportunity for a select few outstanding alumni to represent Masa Israel Journey in their home communities and on a national level.

This exclusive program provides Fellows with unmatched leadership training as well as opportunities for personal and professional development and networking with Jewish communal leaders.

Each fellow will attend the Jewish Federations of North America General Assembly (GA), as well as his or her choice of a major national Jewish conference. Through these events and exclusive shabbatonim, the Masa Israel Alumni Fellowship creates a community of practice and the future leadership of the Masa Israel Alumni Community.

Over the course of the next year, each Fellow will create and implement a unique impact project in order to increase alumni involvement or help recruit new participants to Masa Israel programs in his or her community.

Stay tuned over the next...

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