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Posted May 6th, 2015
Whether you’re looking for professional development or a resume boost, take it from these four Masa Israel Teaching Fellows alumnae - teaching English in Israel can help you land your dream job in education! After graduating from Guilford College with a bachelor’s degree in education in 2011, Tova Dinkin decided to become a Masa Israel Teaching Fellow. In August, the Manhattan native moved to Rishon LeZion as part of the inaugural...
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Posted April 8th, 2015
By Chef Chanah Auerbach, Masa Israel Volunteer Alumna   This Passover, stop wasting your energy making matzah-based, kosher-for-Passover versions of your favorite carb dishes. Instead, focus on plant-based, colortul fruit and vegetable dishes that are sure to fill you up and make all of your guests happy!   1. Begin your day with a delicious smoothie!   Ingredients • 1 cup almond milk (store-bought or homemade*) • 1...
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Posted March 27th, 2015
By Terissa Schor, Masa Israel Alumni Fellow   I feel so fortunate to have had the opportunity to attend my first AIPAC Policy Conference this year, with Masa Israel Journey. It surprised me in so many positive and unexpected ways. While I used to think (forgive me) that AIPAC was only for older, wealthy, right-wing Israelis and Jewish Americans, I now know that AIPAC Policy Conference attracts a diverse group of supporters from every walk...
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Posted March 25th, 2015
By Debbie Stone, Masa Israel Alumni Fellow   Having heard about the AIPAC Policy Conference for years, I was honored to attend this year’s conference as a Masa Israel Alumni Fellow. During my year as a Masa Israel Teaching Fellow in Netanya in 2013-2014, I became highly involved in the Masa Israel community, which helped me to develop a more profound connection to Israel.   Since I returned from Israel last summer, Masa Israel...
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