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Intensive Arabic Semester

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Program Description

Want to learn Arabic in a dynamic, immersive environment? The Intensive Arabic Semester offers you the opportunity to learn spoken Arabic on a highly professional level while immersing yourself in the local Jewish and Arab culture. In conjunction with learning the language, you will also explore a wide selection of fascinating courses in various topics relating to Jewish and Middle Eastern studies.
 
While the program is based on a Kibbutz in northwest Israel, you will have an Arab host family and through regular visits to the local Arab community, will learn about Arab culture and language. Nowhere else in Israel can students learn Arabic in an intense setting and obtain a comprehensive understanding of modern Israel.
 
The program is for anyone 18 and older and from any background or religion.
 

Career Israel

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Program Description

Career Israel is a five-month professional internship program open to college and university graduates from all over the world, offering you an online database of more than 500 internship opportunities that you can search before applying for the one of your choice!
 
Hundreds of leading Israeli companies and organizations in fields ranging from law, medicine, media, economics, and politics to public relations, education, social work, engineering, and more have chosen to work with Career Israel -- which translates into an amazing variety of opportunities for the Career Israel participant. A professional internship in Israel is an impressive and prestigious addition to your resume and will enhance your career. A GRE prep course and exam are available on the program as well.
 
Career Israel offers accommodations in the largest economic centers of Israel: Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa. For more details on the Career Israel location options, click here.

 

For more information, contact:

Jordana Bickel
Registrar and Recruitment Coordinator 
 877-261-3442

 

 

Arava Institute for Environmental Studies Semester/Year

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Program Description

Interested in living, studying, and working with Israelis, Palestinians, Jordanians and other international students while developing communication and leadership skills needed for cross-cultural cooperation?
 
The Year/Semester Program at the Arava Institute is an accredited university-level program that over the course of one or two semesters will engage you in an interdisciplinary program built of rigorous courses in diverse environmental fields, a peace-building and leadership seminar, independent research (optional), and hands-on and field study components. The curriculum is made up of courses in diverse areas such as desert and marine ecology, sustainable agriculture, environmental policy, economics and law, environmental ethics, and social analysis.
 

Tikkun Olam in Tel Aviv-Jaffa

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Program Description

Volunteer or intern for 5 or 10 months and learn about the issues facing Israeli society, on the only post-college program with Israeli participants in the group. Work with refugees from Darfur and Eritrea, Arab-Jewish coexistence, and much more. Learn Hebrew, travel around Israel and get to know the country and society better than you ever thought possible.
 
Tikkun Olam's Coexistence Track seeks to build mutual understanding between Jews and Arabs in the diverse communities of Jaffa through volunteer work and education, and by focusing locally on the issues facing Jews and Arabs in Israel today. The Social Action Track will immerse you in the multicultural communities of southern Tel Aviv in which you volunteer and study, offering a first-hand perspective into the struggling neighborhoods of South Tel Aviv.
 
The new Internship Track will enable you to gain valuable career experience in the non-profit sector, while making a difference for Israel's disadvantaged populations and learning about the complex issues facing Israeli society. 
 

For more information, contact:

Sasha Gold

Director of Admissions

sasha@bina.org.il

tel: +972-52-8365417

 

Midreshet Amit

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Program Description

At Midreshet AMIT, you will spend your day learning, questioning, and growing in Torah. From interesting and challenging classes to guided chavruta study, your year will be packed with learning geared to help you develop a lifelong connection to Torah.
 
Our home is in Beit Hayeled, AMIT’s well-known foster home for disadvantaged youth. You will spend time each day teaching, playing, and caring for some of Israel's most needy children. As a "big sister," you will be challenged to give of yourself in a way you have never experienced before and you will be transformed in the provess. Your connection to Israel will be deepened through the unique experience of living and interacting with dedicated Israeli couples and committed Sherut Leumi young women. Through adventurous tiyulim you will travel the length and breadth of Israel, learning about our history and gaining a greater appreciation for the State of Israel.
 

IBC - Israel By Choice

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Program Description

Israel By Choice is a 5 or 10 month program for high school graduates who are not involved in youth movements from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa who want to spend a creative gap year in Israel exploring the land, the people and their Jewish identity.
 
Participants explore their own boundaries and interests through the choices they make throughout the program and form relationships with Israeli students. As a non-affiliated program, IBC allows participants from all Jewish backgrounds to learn from each other and to learn from and about  all different aspects of Israeli society.
 

For more information, please contact:

Helen Lewitan
IBC Representative Australia and New Zealand

hlewitan.ibc@gmail.com
0412469626

 

 

Hineni

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Program Description

Hineni Shnat is a ten month Israel program for high-school graduates. The program encompasses volunteering, experiential and educational components, all within Hineni’s unique framework. A year in Israel with Hineni is a chance to connect to the Jewish homeland; to learn about Jewish history, culture and religion; to form friendships with other young people from Israel and around the world; to learn Hebrew; to explore one’s own Jewish, Zionist and personal identity; and to challenge oneself to learn and form opinions about the issues that affect Israel today.
 
The Hineni Shnat Program begins with AZYC Opening Seminar and Hineni Opening Seminar. Hineni Shnatties participate in Machon, a four-month intensive program facilitated by the Education Department of the Jewish Agency for Israel. Machon is a dynamic educational institution where participants engage in leadership training, Jewish education and Zionist learning together with youth movement members from around the world.
 
Hineni Shnat also includes a two-month Options Period where participants can choose from a number of volunteering and educational options such as MDA ambulance service, the Marva army program, studying in Yeshiva/ Midrasha Jewish learning centres and more. Shnatties spend approximately six weeks living and working on a Kibbutz as well as participating in Hineni Jewish Learning Seminars and shabbatonim throughout the program.
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