1. December 27, 2010
    After his Birthright trip to Israel during college, Brookville, Maryland-native, Josh Lichtenstein knew he needed to return to Israel for a longer period of time.
  2. December 20, 2010
    Masa Israel Journey and the Jewish Education Service of North America (JESNA) today announced the launch of the Lainer-Masa Israel Fellowship, a two-year program for Jewish young adults interested in careers in Jewish education.
  3. April 11, 2011
    Jacob Shillman is the first to admit that he was a “typical American Jewish kid.”
  4. December 9, 2010
    After spending 2010 in Israel on various Masa Israel Journey Gap-Year programs, 150 participants from the 6 Zionist Youth Movements and Israel By Choice gathered in Be’er Sheva at the annual “Sikkum Seminar.”