News

  1. January 17, 2017
    By Shoshanna Solomon   350 young professionals from Masa’s long-term programs got an inside look at Israel startup ecosystem
  2. January 7, 2017
    By Liran Avisar-Ben Horin   The fellows lead small group instruction and tutoring, providing a more specialized study environment and increased personal attention.   Students in a classroom [Illustrative]. (photo credit:REUTERS)
  3. January 2, 2017
    By Alex Pomson and Yehudit Werchow   When Masa Israel Journey was launched in 2004, almost all of the five-and-a-half-thousand young people who participated in the program’s long-term Israel-based experiences were under the age of twenty-four. They were taking a gap year or experiencing a semester abroad. Just a few hundred were college graduates.
  4. December 29, 2016
    This piece was contributed by Masa Israel Journey — for more information, click here.