Masa Israel Journey Blog

September 21, 2010
 
Interested in a unique opportunity to explore Israel through an extreme jeep challenge in the desert? We are looking for four women to make up the Masa Israel team. Desert Queen takes place in some of the most exotic and challenging landscapes in the world. It combines a competitive outdoor adventure and 4WD driving expedition with personal empowerment.
 
Last year the Masa Israel team was selected as the most energized and inspiring team—help us continue the tradition!
 
  • October 26-November 3, 2010
  • 4 spots available for women who are participating on Masa Israel programs
  • Must have an international driver’s licence
  • Registration is $100
  • If you are interested in participating, send your bio, picture, and why you think you...
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September 20, 2010
 
Growing up, you might have celebrated Sukkot by going to your family, friends’, or synagogue’s sukkah, shaking the lulav and etrog, and eating outside under the stars. But if you are spending this Sukkot in Israel, there’s no reason to stay confined to your backyard—use the whole country as your sukkah! With all of the festivals going on during the chag, you’ll have no shortage of opportunities to spend time outside, exploring Israel’s cultural scene while celebrating the holiday.
 
Here are some of the bigger festivals going on during Sukkot:
 
September 26-28, 2010
Beit Hatfutsot - Diaspora Museum (on the Tel Aviv University campus) | 9:30 am-5pm daily
The theme of year’s festival is the family, family...
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September 20, 2010
 
Graduating with a Masters degree in architecture from Tulane University in 2008, Jesse Zryb entered a terrible economy.  After losing his job in New York City, he decided to enroll in Masa Israel’s Career Israel.  “I could have stayed at home and experienced five months of uncertainty.  But instead, I decided to participate in a program that would allow me to gain valuable work experience and further explore Israel,” says Jesse.
 
Since his Birthright trip to Israel during college, Jesse had wanted to return.  “I was really impressed by the modernity of Israel, and the mix of the old and the new,” says Jesse.
 
Through Career Israel, Jesse interned at Stav Architecture, a midsized firm in Ramat Gan.  “I lack a native speaker’s Hebrew skills, but I was able...
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