Azamra Newcomers Learning Center

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Be'eros Seminary

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Midreshet Torat Chessed

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At Midreshet Torat Chessed, we believe in the power of a multi-faceted Year in Israel experience—and that an experience that combines serious Torah learning together with meaningful chessed can be life altering, as each aspect mutually enhances the other. 
Throughout their year, our students will dedicate their time towards strengthening their connection to the three major pillars of Jewish life- Torat Yisrael, Am Yisrael, and Eretz Yisrael. Bet Elazraki has developed a reputation around the world as being one of the most professional, successful, and thriving homes for at risk children in the country. It is an institution with unparalleled warmth and energy.
 
The participants of Midreshet Torat Chessed will have the singular opportunity to experience, and to help create, this warmth. They will be a part of The home- and integrate into the home. They will spend their afternoons with the children, as well as many Shabbatot and Chagim. They will live near the children and eat their meals with the children. Through this, they will be- come an integral part of the Bet Elazraki team.They will join 40 Israeli girls their age who are completing Sheirut Leumi (national service) at the home, which will give them the unique opportunity to befriend peers from Israel, and gain a singular understanding of Israeli society and culture.
 
In addition, the warmth and energy that permeates Bet Elazraki will define all aspects of our Midrasha as well. Midreshet Torat Chessed will be a place of warmth and meaning. It will be a place where girls will be encouraged to grow, but in their own way and at their own pace. Our excellent staff, classes, and programming will be geared towards creating a year of meaningful self reflection – all in the context of one of Israel’s most dynamic and exceptional institutions.

Highlights

- Combine half a day of Torah study with half a day of meaningful volunteer work with underprivileged children at a world renowned Children's home.
- Learn the unique power of giving on a daily basis.
- Work hand in hand with 50 Israeli Sheirut Leumi girls.
- Gain unique insight into Israeli society and culture by being a part of an Israeli Children's Home.
- Strengthen your connection to Am Yisrael, Torat Yisrael, and Eretz Yisrael every single day!
 

Yeshivat Migdal HaTorah

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Migdal will inspire our students with a desire to learn and become more knowledgeable in Torah as well empower them with the skills in order to do so. We ensure that our students leave the yeshiva with the tools they need for lifelong independent study in all areas of Torah scholarship. At Migdal, shiurim are not lectures, but are rather tailored learning experiences where questions and dialogue are encouraged. There is also great emphasis on chavruta style learning and allowing students to work through the entire spectrum of Jewish texts on their own under the guidance of their rebbeim.
 
Our goal at Migdal is to provide the best possible role models for our students. Along with a dedicated full-time faculty, many of our rebbeim maintain jobs in the secular world and lead by example on how one is to live as a Torah Jew in today's society. A primary component of the curriculum at Migdal is dedicated to examining the many issues that confront a person in the modern world from both a halachic and philosophic perspective.
 

Seminaire Orthodoxe Francophone - Beera Chel Myriam

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This program is conducted in French.
 

Hebrew University - Hebrew & Israeli Culture Year

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The Rothberg International School of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is pleased to introduce an innovative option designed for recent high school graduates entitled The "Hebrew and Israeli Culture Program." This academic program will enable students on all Hebrew levels to achieve a high degree of fluency in Modern Hebrew through exposure to the language and culture of Israel. In addition to 8–14 weekly hours of Hebrew language instruction, students will take courses in Israeli politics, culture, history and society. 
 
All courses are accredited and upon completion of the program, students will receive a transcript in order to transfer credits to universities abroad, including Australia, Europe and North America. Students at the Rothberg International School hail from over 60 countries.

Highlights

Participants also enjoy study trips, guest lectures and tours of Israel. The program is held on the beautiful Mt. Scopus campus of the Hebrew University 15 minutes from downtown Jerusalem.
 
 

For more information, contact:

 

United States:
Tel: 1 800 404 8622 or (212) 607 8520
E-mail: ugrad@hebrewu.com
 
Canada:
Tel: 1 (888) HEBREWU or (416) 485-8000
E-mail: admissions@cfhu.org
 
Israel and all other countries:
Rothberg International School
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Boyar Building, Mount Scopus
91905 Jerusalem, Israel
Tel: 972 2 5882610
Fax: 972 2 5882363
E-mail: risundergrad@savion.huji.ac.il
 

Mekusharim

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This program is conducted in Spanish.

 

Bnot Yehuda

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Bnot Yehuda for English speakers is a teachers' training seminary in Yerushalayim geared to the highly motivated Bais Yaakov high school graduate.

The challenging curriculum is complemented by integrated living and learning experience in Israel, which includes touring, volunteering and learning about the country's history.

 

For more information, please contact:

In the U.S:

Ruthie Goldman

7183394747

 

Yeshivat Hesder Petach-Tikva

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The Overseas Program of Yeshivat Hesder Petach Tikva is for students who want to study Torah in-depth and to experience Torat Eretz Yisrael first-hand. Guided by a dedicated staff of educators and Talmidei Chachamim our students will be motivated to embark on a life of Torat Chaim —a life in which their commitment to Torah and Mitzvot and their recognition of the centrality of Medinat Yisrael, motivates them daily and influences and enhances their secular and day-to-day life both on an individual level and on a social level. 
 
Our mission is to fashion social and communal leaders who are intrinsically connected to their community, and to raise scholars who have a deep sense of responsibility and duty toward Am Yisrael both in Eretz Yisrael and in the Diaspora, and who recognize the centrality of our land and its inextricable connection to our people. Integrated with the Israeli Hesder program of Yeshivat Hesder Petach Tikva, our students will experience Tzioni Dati life first hand, learn Ivrit by immersion, and build life-long connections with their Israeli peers and Rebbeim.
 

Divrey Chaim

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