Short term (Breaks programs)
is the premiere experience geared towards Jews 21-30+ with little or no background in Judaism. The program facilitates an exploration of Israel and Jewish heritage through the medium of fascinating seminars, challenging hikes and rewarding community service projects.
The name Livnot U'Lehibanot, which in Hebrew means To Build and To Be Built, refers to the physical contribution the participants make to the building of the Land of Israel, and to the knowledge and experiences gained during the program.
Livnot is a community experience. Participants learn, hike, work, live and explore Judaism together.
provides Jewish college students, graduate students and young adults between the ages of 18 and 30 with the opportunity to connect to the land and people of Israel through meaningful acts of tikkun olam (community service). It is designed for people who have already toured Israel on past trips and are now prepared to involve themselves in community service and give back to Israel.
Since 2006, over 1,000 participants have had an amazing time on Alternative Winter and Spring Break trips while experiencing what the early pioneers of Israel did: building the land of Israel.
Oranim community service consultants will pair you with a meaningful service project in an Israeli community, based on your talents, desires and requirements. Select the length of time you wish to stay, the region/city in Israel where you wish to work, the type of population whom you wish to serve, and the kind of work you wish to do.
is an Israel experience for college students and young professionals interested in learning about and deepening their connection with Israel, Jews, and Judaism.
PATHWAYS is a unique program of Jewish Learning with special Jewish Values. It allows you to encounter Jewish sources hands-on, guided by top educators from around the world. And it gives you an unforgettable Israel Experience, fully integrated with your Jewish studies.
Our programs help young, college-age adults decode the mysteries of Jewish tradition and rediscover the rich diversity of their heritage, showing its relevance to Jews today.
What does the Torah say about stem cell research? Are women and men equal? Would Moses have an iPhone? And if so, would he text the 10 Commandments to the People of Israel? Join us and we'll show you how to take control of your destiny. It will be a trip of a lifetime!
a program spearheaded by Aish International, educates and trains university students to be effective pro-Israel activists on their campuses. Started in 2001 in conjunction with Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Hasbara Fellowships brings hundreds of students to Israel every summer and winter. So far, Hasbara Fellowships has trained over 1,400 students on over 250 campuses, providing its participants with the information, tools, resources, and confidence to return to their campuses as leaders in the fight for Israel's image. The most critical aspects of the Fellowships program is the opportunity for Fellows to network with one another, learning from each other and sharing experiences about Israel activism.
an intensive experience, the Advanced Advocacy Mission is designed for students who have previously traveled to Israel. Leading policy makers, media experts, and opinion elites provide sophisticated training for undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing careers or community leadership positions in the fields of Israel advocacy, public affairs, and policy formulation.
Through interactions with representatives from a wide .variety of groups and visits to key sites, the program allows participants to analyze the current state of affairs in the Middle East from a more pluralistic, academic, and human perspective. Upon successful completion of this program, students will obtain 3 academic credits (45 academic hours) through the Rothberg International School (RIS) at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI), which is rated among the top 120 universities in the world.