Torah BaGolan

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Program Description

Torah BaGolan combines serious Talmud Torah, and rigorous challenging outdoor experiences, fostering a strong focus on personal growth

while developing ones leadership and responsibilities to Am Yisrael.

Torah BaGolan, a part of The Yeshivat HaGolan Hesder Yeshiva, a spiritual beacon in the Golan, provides a real “home in Israel” for overseas 

talmidim who are embraced by their Israeli peers and Rabbis.  Being close to the land in the breathtaking Golan Heights enhances Torah learning and Avodat Hashem. 

The core ideals of Torat Yisrael, Am Yisrael and Eretz Yisrael are the very heart of our program and they are manifest in our daily activities.

 

For more information, please contact:

Alon Moreshet

(c)052-5166767

 

 

Yeshivat Lev Aharon

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Program Description

Located in the beautiful neighborhood of Har Nof, Jerusalem, Yeshivat Lev Aharon is a leading yeshiva offering a unique Sephardi experience in the exploration of Torah and Israel. Now heading into its eighth year, Lev Aharon continues its tradition of building well-rounded young men who take the Torah perspective they learn in yeshiva with them into their future lives. 
 
Lev Aharon is the perfect place for the young man who is looking to mature as a Jew and connect to Torah, while enjoying an exciting Israel experience.
 

For more information, contact:

Rabbi David Laniado
International (p): 972-2-651-4431
US (p): 718-689-1667
(f): 972-2-653-7811

 

 

Ayelet Hashajar

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Program Description

Ayelet Hashajar divides its time between high-level Torah study and volunteer work/Sherut Leumi with the intention of strengthening the students' commitment to Torah, solidifying their Jewish identity and reinforcing their ties to the Land and People of Israel. Women in the program develop their Torah knowledge, Hebrew language skills, and abilities in the area in which they are trained to volunteer. Volunteer work provides students with the opportunity to apply Torah concepts they have learned.
 
Young women enrolled at Ayelet Hashajar spend their afternoons/evenings participating in classes with a high level of Torah study and learning sessions, including: lectures based on rabbinic texts (Mishna, Midrash, etc.); self-study and chavrutot; in addition, there is an art therapy class and a creative writing class to provide students with a creative outlet after a long and intense week. Mornings are spent in volunteer work/Sherut Leumi in volunteer locations including hospitals, kindergartens, schools, community centers and retirement homes. 
 

Conservative Yeshiva

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Program Description

The Conservative Yeshiva is a welcoming, egalitarian and diverse learning community offering men and women the opportunity to seriously explore traditional Jewish texts.
 
You will study classical texts in the traditional chevruta (preparing with a study partner) and shiur (seminar-type classes) in an environment that is open to the wisdom of modern scholarship and the challenges of social change. Courses are offered at multiple levels in a flexible program accommodating student’s individual interests.
 

For more information, contact:

US: (781) 325-4631
 

Binyan Av - Shorashenu

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Program Description

The Shorashenu program of Yeshivat Binyan Av emphasizes the study of Judaism based on the Talmud, integrated with trips all over the country of Israel. Studies cover a vast gamut of Jewish subject matter including practical law, Jewish legal sources, study of the Chumash (parashat hashavua) and more.
 
Participants also acquire a first-hand knowledge of the Land of Israel and lectures on the history that surround the Jewish people and the country. Shorashenu features cultural activities, jeep trips to a number of interesting places and geological sites, as well as hikes in which they discover what they cannot see by car.
 

A Taste of Israel

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Program Description

Annually, thousands of English-speaking Sephardic high school graduates think about investing a year of study in Israel.  Mikdash Melech Jerusalem engages 90 students from around the world in a challenging program of Torah studies, which include: successful completion of a Masechta (tractate) of Talmud by the close of the year, Halacha, with emphasis on Sephardic traditions and customs, Humash with in-depth commentaries and commanding lectures on Navi, Tehillim, Mussar and Rambam.
 
Replete with exhilarating tours of the Holy Land, and recreation facilities, the Mikdash Melech Jerusalem learning experience enriches the students’ bodies, minds and souls.
 

Midreshet Eshel

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Program Description

Midreshet Eshel is a post-high school seminary that provides young women with a comprehensive educational program emphasizing excellence in Jewish studies, Jewish values, and experiential learning. As the first Sephardic seminary in Israel, Eshel also emphasizes Sephardic halacha, customs, and history. The one-year study program combines textual learning with stimulating discussion of topics that are relevant to your life and enhance personal and religious growth.
 
Courses include: Tanakh, Jewish thought, halacha, torah, psychology, the Jewish woman, group dynamics, modern Israeli history, Hebrew language and character development (Middot), Jewish history, yoga, dance, and Sephardic cooking.
 

Darchei Binah

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Program Description

Are you searching for a richly variegated program that exposes you to the foremost educators that Jerusalem can provide? Darchei Binah offers young women the opportunity to blossom as they begin the path toward becoming our future Nashim V’Emahos BeYisrael. Prominent Torah scholars transmit the mesora in a way which is both timeless and appropriate for the needs of the student body.
 
Faculty members meet with students on an individual basis to provide caring guidance and insight into confronting the challenges of life. You will spend an intensive week exploring the glorious history of Torah in Poland, and its tragic end. Discover the roots of Halacha by visiting Batei Midrash and Kevarim of leading figures such as Rama, Bach, Tosefos Yomtov, Maharshal, Rav Chaim Brisker and Netziv.
 

M.M.Y.

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Program Description

Michlelet Mevaseret Yerushalayim students are a small, select and diverse group of Bnot Torah who come together for the same goals: learning, thinking, growing and connecting with Israel. You will quickly become part of a very close-knit group that resembles a family as much as a school.
 
Following the classical style of Yeshivot, MMY’s learning revolves around chavruta study in the Bet Midrash. Most of the classes are taught in 2-hour blocks, with about half of this time devoted to chavruta preparation.
 

Machon Maayan

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Program Description

Machon Maayan is an innovative one-year program in Israel offering young women a unique post-high school opportunity that combines thought provoking courses, interactive seminars, challenging internships, and meaningful experiences – in a comfortable Torah observant atmosphere.
 
Machon Maayan is for students committed to personal and religious development, leadership, community involvement, and a positive relationship with the land and people of Israel.
 

For more information, please contact:

From the US: Rachel Moore, Communicatins Director, 609 448 9478, rachel@machonmaayan.org

Also: visit our Facebook page: 

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