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Tovah Goodman

Tovah Goodman

Engagement Associate, Israel Initiatives, Chicago
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Jennifer Morawetz

Jennifer Morawetz

Onward Israel & Masa Israel Journey Initiatives Coordinator
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Adina Poupko

Adina Poupko

Director of National Partnerships
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Tal Bruck

Tal Bruck

Executive Assistant to CEO
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Idan Sestieri

Idan Sestieri

Marketing & Sales Project Manager. Chief of Security.
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Masa Israel Leadership Summit December 2014.

Masa Israel Leadership Summit December 2014.

December 17, 2014

Masa Israel Leadership Summit is an intensive, five day learning and skill-building seminar for exceptional participants of Masa Israel programs from around the world. 

 

Masa Israel Leadership Summit is an intensive, five day learning and skill-building seminar for exceptional participants of Masa Israel programs from around the world. The Seminar is designed to provide Masa participants the skills that will help them become  strong and active Jewish leaders through learning, leadership training, community service and getting involved in their local communities.

By offering them dynamic and interactive programming and a support network of peers from around the world; the Leadership Summit helps prepare Masa participants for active involvement in Jewish life on their return home. 

             

 

Mitzpeh Bagalil

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Program Description

Mitzpeh BaGalil is a ten-month, intensive enrichment program designed for high school graduates from North America and Europe, but open to applicants from around the world.

A typical week in the Mitzpeh BaGalil program includes:  Formal study of the Hebrew language, Israeli history, and Torah (in a modern context); group discussion; social activism; exploration and touring; and informal social interactions with the Hannaton Mechina participants and Hannaton kibbutz member families.

Why choose to spend your gap year at Hannaton? 
Our Israeli-style gap year program is a pluralistic experience, open to Jews of all denominations and political leanings

Our program structure has an Israeli flavor to it. How?
Through community building, social action, and a significant amount of self-governance while they’re here, participants actively determine the outcome of their experience.

Asked why they chose Hannaton, most current participants say one of two things: First, they wanted to be in close contact and dialogue with Israelis their own age. Parallel to the gap year program, Hannaton runs a pre-army Mechina. The two programs take place on the same campus; meals are often together, as well as some activities and trips. 
Second, Hannaton’s location and experiential programming offer a unique opportunity to interact with a wide spectrum of residents of the region; not just Jews, but local Bedouins, Druze and Muslims, often inside their homes or institutions Through one-on-one exchanges, program participants become intimately familiar with Israel. Graduates return home with a strong network of Israeli friends, their own opinions about the region, the skills to cogently express them to others.

Gap Year Events

Gap Year Events

May 14, 2015 (All day)  -  May 14, 2015 (All day)

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Israel Engagement Seminar.

This seminar is organized together with Zionist Federation of Australia (FZA) . Participants will come together to discuss different ways of connecting to Israel in their first year on campus. The participants will meet with campus educators throughout the course of the seminar.                                                                                               

Gap Year Events

Gap Year Events

April 27, 2015 (All day)  -  April 29, 2015 (All day)

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Israel Engagement Seminar.

This seminar is organized together with Hillel International. Masa Israel participants will explore how to connect with Israel on their first year on campus, in a multitude of different ways. Throughout the seminar the participants will meet with educators from various Hillels on leading campuses across the United States.