Shant Hejalutz - Malul Morim

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Tlalim Group Faciltation

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Program Description

The program is oriented to team leading of Tlalim Company specialist training. It provides the opportunity to get advanced education and practice in the team leading area. Any skill needs to train and continual improvement.
This course is suitable for people with knowledge and/or experience in team leading and offers members to get the new professional level. The program allows to gain a better understanding of this business and to expand professional instrumentation.
The program provides for enhanced education of team processes, team leading techniques, working with conflicts and practice.

 

 

Bnos Avigail

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Aardvark Israel - Year

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Program Description

Aardvark Israel Programs offer Jewish students from around the world the opportunity to “MAKE ISRAEL YOURS,” by providing a tailor-made, modular curriculum, so students can build a customized experience in Israel.  Aardvark offers volunteering and internships, the chance to study and earn university academic credit, an opportunity to explore the hidden gems of Israel through trips and excursions, and independent living in apartments in the center of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.  Our experienced staff and high ratio of staff to students allow Aardvark to cater to the different interests of our international student population.

You can customize your experience even further by choosing one of our

 

Special Interest Add-Ons:

 

-Israeli Military Track, including Marva basic training in the Israeli Army

-Mind-Body Track (Psychology and Medicine track), including volunteering with Magen David Adom ambulances

-Entrepreneurship Track

-Law and Government Track

-Sea Sports Track

Highlights

-          Live in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem

-          Opportunities for international travel to Europe, Africa and Asia

-          Unique internship and volunteering opportunities

-          Live with students from all over the world

-          Earn university academic credit

 

Kitov Sachra Seminary

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Nachlas Bais Yaakov

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Tehilas Bais Yaakov

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Aardvark International

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Aardvark International combines a dynamic Israel program with travel to EIGHT different countries allowing students to further cultivate their knowledge of the Jewish People’s history in the Diaspora, experience different cultures, and learn about Israel’s place in the international community.  In Israel, the program offers Jewish students the opportunity to “MAKE ISRAEL YOURS,” by providing a tailor-made, modular curriculum, so students can build a customized experience in Israel.  Aardvark offers volunteering and internships, the chance to study and earn university academic credit, an opportunity to explore the hidden gems of Israel through trips and excursions, and independent living in apartments in the center of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.  Our experienced staff and high ratio of staff to students allow Aardvark to cater to the different interests of our international student population.


Complementing the Israel experience, Aardvark International participants will travel once a month to a foreign country (France, Spain, Czech Republic, China, Ethiopia, Italy, Germany, and Holland.) This program is perfect for students who love to travel and want to have a unique, global adventure.


In addition, students may customize their experience even further by choosing one of our


Special Interest Add-Ons:


- Israeli Military Track, including Marva basic training in the Israeli Army
- Mind-Body Track (Psychology and Medicine track), including volunteering with Magen David Adom ambulances
- Entrepreneurship Track
- Law and Government Track
- Sea Sports Track

Highlights

- Live in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem
- International travel to Europe, Africa and Asia
- Unique internship and volunteering opportunities
- Live with students from all over the world
- Earn university academic credit

 

Aardvark Israel - Selah

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Program Description

Aardvark Israel - Selah offers Jewish students from around the world the opportunity to “MAKE ISRAEL YOURS” through enriching Jewish learning and experiences in a co-ed, non-coercive atmosphere.  Students will explore their Jewish identity, ask questions and enjoy their Jewish learning in an open and supportive environment.

While living in apartments in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, students will volunteer or intern, tour the hidden gems of Israel through trips and excursions, take academic courses, study in a Beit Midrash, have unique Jewish experiences, celebrate Shabbat with different communities in Israel and interact with amazing Rabbis and Jewish educators.  Our experienced staff and high ratio of staff to students allow Aardvark to cater to the different interests of our international student population. This program is for young adults who love to learn, interact with many different types of people and want to be immersed into Israeli society.

In addition to the core components of the program, students may customize the experience even further by choosing one of our

Special Interest Add-Ons:

- Mind-Body Track (Psychology and Medicine track), including volunteering with Magen David Adom ambulances

- Entrepreneurship Track

- Law and Government Track

Highlights

- Live in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem

- Opportunities for international travel to Europe, Africa and Asia

-Enriching Beit Midrash and experiential Jewish learning

-Unique internship and volunteering opportunities

-Live with students from all over the world

 

Nativ - Hebrew University Track

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Program Description

Nativ is a challenging academic year program dedicated to creating and inspiring the Conservative Jewish leaders of tomorrow. Nativ, which means “path” in Hebrew, provides its participants with a unique opportunity to explore new directions on the journey to becoming a Jewish adult. From September to May, Nativ participants are immersed in the rich and diverse society of Israel, exploring the land and enjoying a fulfilling Conservative Jewish lifestyle. The program includes academic university classes, intensive Hebrew classes and innovative leadership training. Nativ enables recent high school graduates to earn college credits for their studies while living in a classroom without walls.

A year of true exploration, Nativ provides the freedom for personal discovery as well as the security of a carefully structured program. This unforgettable experience is created through an intricate balance between academics and volunteer work, learning and teaching, personal challenge and community living. Participants on Nativ return from the year with a stronger attachment to the land of Israel as well as a deeper passion for Judaism, enthusiastic to share with their North American communities what they have learned.