Israel’s 70th Birthday Celebration (Yom HaAtzmaut)">Israel’s 70th Birthday Celebration (Yom HaAtzmaut)
Join the fun and help Masa celebrate it's 13th year. Please check with your organizers for ticket information.
Kick-off Event for 2017- 2018 Masa Israel Teaching Fellows. A day filled with educational sessions and professional growth opportunities in Israel.
Join Masa Israel Journey for an Alumni Bar Night on Tuesday, Sept. 12 from 5:00 - 7:00 PM at MASA 14.
It's the perfect chance to reminisce about your Masa Israel program and meet our new Mid-Atlantic Regional Representative, Stephanie.
The event is open to all Masa Israel alumni and those interested in long-term opportunities in Israel through.
For questions or comments about the event, please email StephanieA@MasaIsrael.org.
Stephanie Aseraph is the Masa Regional Representative for D.C., Maryland, Virginia, and Delaware. Prior to joining the Masa team, she attended Towson University for both her undergraduate and graduate degree, where she received a B.A. in Family Studies & Human Services, and an M.A. in Leadership in Jewish Education & Communal Service. Although born and raised in Maryland, Stephanie grew up in an Israeli home. As she would travel to Israel often throughout her childhood, Stephanie’s passion for Israel and its culture became stronger. Stephanie’s love for Israel is what drove her to participate in Masa over a semester abroad at Tel Aviv University. Upon her return, Stephanie was Towson University’s Masa Israel Campus Ambassador. The impact of her abroad experience is what brought her here to help others in her region travel to Israel and create their own journey.
The Academy of Life Training (ALT) is the ideal environment for developing life skills while growing from a great internship in Israel. With housing located in central Jerusalem in quality apartments right near the Machane Yehuda outdoor market, students work at top internships learning valuable working skills, while having a few weekly learning session developing life skills relevant to all areas of one’s life. Evenings are generally free time.
The ALT staff show students how to analyze and develop themselves while gaining critical skills in three central areas of life: social, professional, and spiritual life. Students will learn practical skills for bettering themselves and start to establish a healthy life-outlook and life balance. Find yourself… before you find a job!