Celebrate like a local: festivals during Sukkot 2011

<div class="masa-blog-title">Celebrate like a local: festivals during Sukkot 2011</div>

 
Growing up, you might have celebrated Sukkot by going to your family, friends’, or synagogue’s sukkah, shaking the lulav and etrog, and eating outside under the stars. But if you are spending this Sukkot in Israel, there’s no reason to stay confined to your backyard—use the whole country as your sukkah!
 

Seven unique ways to spend the chagim in Israel

<div class="masa-blog-title">Seven unique ways to spend the chagim in Israel</div>

Every time we ask alumni of Masa Israel programs what the best part of their semester or year was in Israel, the same things are repeated over and over: freedom to explore Israel on their own, Yom Ha’atzmaut (Independence Day) and the other national holidays in the spring, and thechagim—the High Holidays.
 
It’s no wonder.
 

Masa Alumni Shabbaton

Masa Alumni Shabbaton

January 31, 2012 (All day)  -  February 1, 2012 (All day)

  Jerusalem, Israel  - 

 

Want to reconnect with Masa? Want to reunite with your fellow BFLers? Want to share your experiences with us since you’ve graduated? 

Join us as we jumpstart Masa Israel’s alumni activities in Israel.

Masa Israel’s Delegation to Poland

Masa Israel’s Delegation to Poland

May 7, 2012 (All day)  -  May 14, 2012 (All day)

  Poland  - 

Exploring the Past, Meeting the Future 
This special Building Future Leadership Graduate Delegation to Poland is a seven-day trip designed for those who are interested in furthering their connection to the past while looking toward the future. Members of the delegation will be expected to volunteer in Holocaust-related programs in their communities.
 
Cost will be published at a later date.

Mifgashim

Mifgashim

June 8, 2012 (All day)  -  June 9, 2012 (All day)

  Israel  - 

A joint project of Masa Israel and Partnership2Gether to create meaningful experiences for Masa Israel participants and Israeli peers.

The project includes a Shabbaton open to everyone, as well as a series of continuing seminars open only to participants who come to the first Shabbaton.

Mifgashim include home hospitality.
1st semester: November 10 – 12, December 1 – 2,
December 23 – 24
2nd semester: March 29 – 31, May 3 – 4, June 8 – 9
(Open to participants ages 21 and up)

Mifgashim

Mifgashim

May 3, 2012 (All day)  -  May 4, 2012 (All day)

  TBD, Israel  - 

A joint project of Masa Israel and Partnership2gether to create meaningful experiences for Masa participants and Israeli peers.
The project includes a Shabbaton open to everyone, as well as a series of continuing seminars open only to participants who come to the first Shabbaton.
 
Mifgashim includes home hospitality.
 
2nd semester: March 29 – 31, May 3 – 4, June 8 – 9
(Open to participants ages 21 and up)

Mifgashim

Mifgashim

March 29, 2012 (All day)  -  March 31, 2012 (All day)

  TBD, Israel  - 

A joint project of Masa Israel and Partnership2gether to create meaningful experiences for Masa participants and Israeli peers.

 

The project includes a Shabbaton open to everyone, as well as a series of continuing seminars open only to participants who come to the first Shabbaton.
 
Mifgashim includes home hospitality.
 
2nd semester: March 29 – 31, May 3 – 4, June 8 – 9
(Open to participants ages 21 and up)

Mifgashim

Mifgashim

December 1, 2011 (All day)  -  December 2, 2011 (All day)

   - 

A joint project of Masa Israel and Partnership2gether to create meaningful experiences for Masa participants and Israeli peers.

The project includes a Shabbaton open to everyone, as well as a series of continuing seminars open only to participants who come to the first Shabbaton.

Mifgashim include home hospitality.
1st semester: November 10 – 12, December 1 – 2,
December 23 – 24
2nd semester: March 29 – 31, May 3 – 4, June 8 – 9
(Open to participants ages 21 and up)

Mifgashim

Mifgashim

November 10, 2011 (All day)  -  November 12, 2011 (All day)

   - 

A joint project of Masa Israel and Partnership2gether to create meaningful experiences for Masa participants and Israeli peers.

 

The project includes a Shabbaton open to everyone, as well as a series of continuing seminars open only to participants who come to the first Shabbaton.

Mifgashim include home hospitality.

1st semester: November 10  12, December 1  2,

December 23  24

2nd semester: March 29  31, May 3  4, June 8  9

(Open to participants ages 21 and up)

Masa Conference and End of the Year Event

Masa Conference and End of the Year Event

May 22, 2012 (All day)

Int'l Convention CenterJerusalem, Israel  - 

The Masa Conference features interactive discussions and lectures from leading figures in the Jewish and Israeli world. 
Come join us as we celebrate the end of the year and the beginning of your next journey.
 
 
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