The programs listed below were developed especially to help new young immigrants integrate into the country, taking your unique needs into account.
Participation in any of these programs will give you the opportunity to learn Hebrew, visit important heritage sites throughout the country, and learn to become part of Israeli society. Our absorption professionals will be there for you along the way, providing guidance while you take your first steps in Israel.
Our programs are located in every region of Israel. Some have two sessions a year; others have start dates every few weeks. Some have been running for decades and have tens of thousands of successful alumni; others are new programs we established to address different groups’ needs. There are diverse options: Hebrew language courses on kibbutzim and in cities; preparation for college or graduate studies; guidance for employment; and preparation for recruitment into the IDF.
Click here to download our Customized Connections brochure with handy details for our programs.
The decision to make your home in Israel is a significant choice. We also suggest that you contact our representatives at the Global Call Center and your local shaliach who will be happy to meet with you and assist you further in making choices regarding your immigration process.
We wish you a “soft landing” and successful absorption. Welcome to Israel!
Customised Connections 2016.pdf - see our updated programs booklet!
Young Aliyah Experiences
TAKA: Pre-Academic Program
Studying in Israel? Yes it is possible!! The three-step route to academic success in Israel
Ulpan Kinneret: Hebrew Language and Employment Preparation
Join young immigrants from around the world in exploring Israel while you learn Hebrew and prepare for the army or a new job.
Garin Tzabar: Instant Family for IDF Recruits
Joining the IDF? Garin Tzabar combines kibbutz living with preparation for military service in Israel.
Wings: Services for Lone Soldiers
Are you a lone soldier - or were you one until recently? Learn about your rights as a soldier and prepare for civilian life
Hechven Center: Advice and Guidance for New Olim
Need guidance, advice, and support for your next steps in Israel? Hechven is designed to help you realize your full potential as an Israeli citizen.
Beit Brodetsky: Live-in Ulpan
Thought about starting your Aliyah in Tel Aviv? Live at Beit Brodetsky and immerse yourself in Israeli culture and the Hebrew language.
Hundreds of high school students from across the world are currently studying towards matriculation in Israel in this free program
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Ulpan Etzion offers college graduates an intensive Hebrew learning program in five locations throughout Israel. Choose the one that's right for you
Jerusalem: Jordana’s Sukkot Holiday
She made Aliyah to Israel from Queens, NY. And this is her first Sukkot in Israel as a new immigrant. Yes, she always dreamed of coming here. And now, as a student at the Ulpan Hebrew program, she’s
Self-Defense for French Jews
Ilana Medar, 18, a bat sherut, and Shimon Abouka, 21, of Paris, were excited to take part of a ceremony with the “Magen” travel program, a joint initiative of The Jewish Agency, the World Zionist
The Sirens Made Me Israeli
Yael Druckman of Johanesburg, SA, made Aliyah shortly before the beginning of Operation Protective Edge. The sirens were her first introduction to Israeliness – “the sirens made me Israeli”.
Rami Kleinstein: I Made Aliyah from New York, and I’m Very Happy to Be Here With You
Hundreds of young Jews from around the world make Aliyah each year through Garin Tzabar, a program run by the Israeli Scouts, in partnership with The Jewish Agency, the Ministry of Immigration and
Why I'm Joining the IDF: A Young Lone Soldier Explains
"They are my brothers and sisters, and they are defending my family. I would like to return the favor," Gideon Drucker of New Jersey explains.
New Center for Young Immigrants from Around the World Dedicated in Tel Aviv
Sharansky: "This is a year of record Aliyah. Beit Brodetsky is an excellent place to learn Hebrew, to get to know Israel—and also to find a shidduch (match)."