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January 25, 2016

Tu B’Shvat is the Jewish new year of the trees. In Israel people get together and celebrate by eating delicious foods made with the 7 species of the season.


Masa Israel's Eco-Israel prgram embraces this holiday every day of the year by living on and off-of the land. Participants learn permaculture and agriculture while living sustainably on an organic farm.


To celebrate Tu B'Svhat, they sent us these delicious and unique vegan recipes to give us a peek into their lives on the Hava and Adam Farm and how they celebrate the holiday. Enjoy these recipes and Chag Tu B’Shvat sameach from Eco-Israel and Masa Israel Journey!



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January 12, 2016


You’ve probably heard the statistics before: approximately 70% of college students study abroad. But you probably also have a lot of questions. Where should I study? Is it worth the money? Are the schools abroad as good as the one I’m already at? The answer: Yes, you should study abroad, and you can do it on a Masa Israel program where you’ll have the option of a wide variety of programs at top universities and access to grants and funding.


But why Israel?  Here are 10 reasons: 


Amazing Academics. Whether you’re studying the arts, the sciences, or are interested in research, Israel has dozens of competitive programs. Israel is home to 9 accredited universities. Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Technion-Israel Institution of Technology were...

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December 29, 2015

Wow! We can hardly believe 2015 is already coming to a close and we’re sure you’re all reminiscing on the year that has passed. Both in terms of achievements and experiences, here at Masa Israel we have had a pretty incredible 2015. Let’s look back on this year and recap our 10 best Masa Israel Moments!


1.Our 2015 AIPAC Policy Conference Delegation

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A group of 30 Masa Israel alumni represented us at this year’s annual AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington, DC. The group heard from leaders across the political spectrum and connected with Masa alumni from various programs.


2.    Culture Shuk


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