1. August 26, 2015
    By Elyse Glickman   Many college students have romantic notions of studying abroad in places like Italy or France, but Aaron White found himself at Tel Aviv University thanks to Masa Israel Journey, a program that connects young Jewish adults with study-abroad, internship and volunteer opportunities in Israel.   
  2. August 15, 2015
    Alex Kress and his fiance, Michal Kogen, both 26, met during their study abroad program in Israel while they were still in college. They are now weeks away from their September 6 wedding at Camp Ramah in Ojai California, the summer camp Kogen grew up attending. 
  3. August 11, 2015
    By Amanda Borschel-Dan   In a commitment-shy generation, the 10-month Masa Israel programs are an unexpected launch pad for aliyah
  4. August 6, 2015
    By Efrat Krasner   Halacha (Jewish Law)? “It has to change.” LGBT? “The rabbanut (official rabbis) can engage us in conversation.” Haredim (ultra-orthodox) and secular Jews? “Two sides of the same coin.” Eric Silberman, a young American alum of Masa Israel Journey wants to become a rabbi and doesn’t think the fact that he’s gay will stop him from achieving his goal.