We hope that your trip to Israel is just the beginning of a journey of exploring your connection to Israel and the Jewish people. Take the opportunity to explore some of the options available to you: learning experiences, volunteer and service programs and ways to get involved on your campus or in your community as well as trips back to Israel.
Using the drop down menus below, first select your country, and then choose from the programs available near you, and you will be directed to the program's website.
Connecting you to great things happening in your city and across North America. We also provide the tools and resources for you to bring your friends together and create your own Jewish experiences.
Join the United States Alumni and Young Leaders Campaign and find out all the ways to give back.
Learn Hebrew, get back to Israel, volunteer in the community, network in our Wall Street series, meet great Jewish authors, go to Prague and Poland or get your Bar / Bat Mitzvah. Celebrate summer with outdoor cocktail parties and meet hundreds of alumni.
AlmaLinks is a private program that brings together young professionals and senior business executives to connect personally and learn from each other professionally.
Formerly BAC: Birthright Israel Alumni Community, we are the official alumni organization for Taglit-Birthright Israel alumni living in the Greater Toronto Area. We are a network of dynamic twenty and thirty-year-olds, passionate about building a Jewish community that is meaningful and relevant.
Providing opportunities for Jewish students at more than 500 colleges and universities to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity through its global network of regional centers, campus Foundations and Hillel student organizations. Hillel is working to provoke a renaissance of Jewish life.
Connecting Jewish young adults (ages 18-30) to gap year, study abroad, post-college, and volunteer programs. No other organization makes it easier for young adults to have exciting, life-changing experiences in Israel.
An elite 10-week summer fellowship program in Israel for a select number of talented Jewish college sophomores and juniors as well as graduating seniors planning to attend graduate programs in the fall of 2012 who are pursuing careers in business and/or technology.
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