Posted August 28th, 2012
The primary reason for my being in Israel is to learn what it’s like to be an Israeli — all the wonders, difficulties, elation, struggles, and passions included.
Posted August 22nd, 2012
Gourmet ice coffee and my Hebrew notebook are good friends of mine in Israel:
A bona fide child of the Tri-State Area, Alex Willick was born in Bergen County, NJ, raised in Westport, Connecticut, and subsequently lived in New York City.
Posted July 24th, 2012
By Jennifer Handel, Israel Teaching Fellows
So what does a young American Jew with a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in liberal arts do after the endless battle of job hunting? Well move to Israel, of course!
Posted July 20th, 2012
Ask any Israeli for their vote on best hummus place in Israel, and in general, they’ll all give you a different answer. There are, however, a few places that are known State-wide as having exemplary recipes and preparations.
Gwendolyn Van Baalen
Posted June 19th, 2012
By Lauren Rosenblum, Israel Teaching Fellows - Ma'ase Olam
What's Lauren doing with a blog, you might ask?
Well, considering I'm leaving August 25 for 10 months, I thought it might be a good idea to keep everyone updated on what I'm doing! Why am I starting it now?
I'm trying to get in the habit of blogging now rather than trying to start while I'm gone.