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Masa-GLI Global Leadership Change Retreat 1">Masa-GLI Global Leadership Change Retreat 1

Start Date: 
January 11, 2018
End date: 
January 13, 2018
City/State: 
Israel
Address: 
Hotel Yehuda
About: 

3-day advanced Leadership training seminar.  50% of those participants who took part in the Global Leadership Summit have the opportunity to take their Leadership learning to the next level.  The focus is sustaining change on a personal level, whilst also investigating and learning skills for leading change in organizations and wider society.  It is also an opportunity to spend Shabbat with the richly-diverse group that is a Masa-GLI Leadership Accelerator cohort.

Masa-GLI Global Leadership Summit #1">Masa-GLI Global Leadership Summit #1

Start Date: 
November 26, 2017
End date: 
November 30, 2017
City/State: 
Jerusalem, Israel
Address: 
Hotel Yehuda
About: 

5-day intensive Leadership training conference.  150 Masa participants from across all Masa programs come together in Jerusalem for a week of learning Adaptive Leadership, building a global network and community of Masa leadership activists, meeting key change-makers from Israeli society and the Jewish world, and working on core local and global challenges.  It also includes opportunities for participants to present their own leadership work, attend a Gala event at the Israel Museum of Jerusalem, and find job opportunities for once their Masa experience ends.

Masa TLV Talks">Masa TLV Talks

Start Date: 
November 20, 2017
End date: 
November 20, 2017
City/State: 
Tel Aviv, Israel

Kol Ami

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Program Description

Our Mission
 

1. Unite Jews and Israelis from around the world

2. Volunteer in the local community

3. Explore the land of Israel

4. Gain leadership skills

5. Increase physical endurance and train for the army

Highlights

Goals


Develop Jewish Peoplehood – Formalize the link between Israel's Jews and Diaspora Jews through their common historical and cultural heritage while inspiring desire for mutual action and commitment to the future.


• Leadership Development – Grow leadership abilities through self-leadership and the will to lead and serve as a personal example. The students will self-manage themselves and the program by running committees and working on individual and group projects (with the help and guidance of our staff).


• Improve Public Diplomacy – Train advocates to speak out for Israel. Public diplomacy will stem from a deep knowledge and faith in the importance of the Zionist vision. Students will acquire the tools and the skills to disseminate this knowledge.


• Solidifying Jewish Zionist identity – Develop a personal identity rooted in the philosophies of some of the greatest Israeli and world leaders. With a broad education and focused study, the students will become leaders with vision and purpose, possessing the resolve and ability to effect real change within themselves and society at large.


• Love of the Land – Understand Israel geographically and socially by becoming familiar with all sectors of the population engendering the understanding that the pioneer spirit is still very much alive in contemporary Israel.


• Preparation for Next Step – Practice physical fitness and mental stability for those joining the IDF. For those returning home, identify the challenges within the different Jewish communities and preparing for returning home for meaningful involvement.

 

The weekly schedule is primarily filled with learning Zionism, Jewish history, philosophy, Hebrew, politics, and Israel advocacy.  Alongside this learning, we partake in many outdoor activities such as hiking, acquiring navigation skills, volunteering, getting to know communities around Israel and more. All activities are in English.
 

 

  • Main Subject: Experiential Programs, Volunteer Programs
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  • Keywords:
  • Leadership, Social Action / Volunteering 
  • Duration:
  • 6 Months 
  • Age:
  • 16-30 
  • Language:
  • English 
  • Organizer:
  • Tlalim Conference, Events & Recreation Ltd. 
  • Program appears on grant application as:
  • Kol Ami 
  • Price:
  • $ 10000 
  • Accommodation:
  • Included 
  • Meals:
  • Included 
  • Program Dates:
  • August 27,2017 - February 27,2018  Apply to this program

Hanoar Hatzioni - Shnat Hachshara

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Program Description

This program is conducted in Spanish.
  • Main Subject: Experiential Programs, Youth Movement Studies
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  • Keywords:
  • Advocacy, Intensive Hebrew Language, Israel/Middle Eastern Studies, Kibbutz, Leadership, Social Action / Volunteering 
  • Duration:
  • 9, 9.5 Months 
  • Age:
  • 17-20 
  • Open to:
  • Co-Ed 
  • Language:
  • Spanish, English 
  • Religious Affiliation:
  • Unaffiliated 
  • Organizer:
  • Hanoar Hatzioni 
  • Program appears on grant application as:
  • Hanoar Hatzioni - Shnat Hachshara 
  • Accommodation:
  • Included 
  • Meals:
  • Included 
  • Program Dates:
  • February 12,2018 - November 08,2018, JERUSALEM, $15175   Apply to this program

Habonim Dror - South Africa Shnat

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Program Description

Shnat is Habonim Dror’s ultimate Israel programme. It is an intensive 10 month experience that combines studying, mad fun, finding friends for life and beginning a process of defining your personal identity. Running since 1946, the Machon is a world-renowned Institute for the training of young leaders from the Diaspora and boasts a faculty containing some of the best teachers in there fields in Israel.  
 
Shnat consists of 3 components – Machon/Boneh, Kibbutz and Kaveret. The Machon offers an exciting and hands-on look into Israeli History and Current Society, Jewish Civilization, Hebrew, Leadership skills, Political Insights and lots more through lectures and courses. Boneh is an alternative option for those who prefer a more informal environment than the university style lectures of Machon, with greater focus on Habonim and the kvutzah (group), focusing on topics more specific to Habonim. Boneh is hosted on a kibbutz, where the participants live together and build a sense of group identity.
 
After Machon, participants spend several weeks on a Habonim kibbutz, working in different jobs with the kibbutzniks; from cooking, gardening and laundry to working in the kindergarten and the fields. Participants enjoy free weekends and spend time getting to know the young people on the kibbutz and other volunteers. Nine hours of hard labour every day allow the Shnatties to enjoy the fruits of this Socialist living. 
 
Kaveret combines practical communal living with community work in Israeli society. The Shnatties contribute invaluably to Israeli society whilst learning, compromising and fending for themselves (yes, that includes cooking; cleaning and shopping!). Kaveret gives participants an opportunity to explore the depths of Israel society while contributing to its betterment by volunteering with different organisations.
  • Main Subject: Youth Movement Studies, Gap Year (Programs)
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  • Keywords:
  • Environmentalism, Intensive Hebrew Language, Kibbutz, Leadership, Social Action / Volunteering 
  • Duration:
  • 9.5, 11.5 Months 
  • Age:
  • 16-30 
  • Open to:
  • Co-Ed 
  • Language:
  • English 
  • Religious Affiliation:
  • Unaffiliated 
  • Organizer:
  • Habonim Dror 
  • Program appears on grant application as:
  • Habonim Dror - South Africa Shnat 
  • Accommodation:
  • Included 
  • Meals:
  • Included 
  • Program Dates:
  • February 10,2018 - January 22,2019, , $15800   Apply to this program