Aliyah Programs

  • Tech & The City

    Tech & The City is a five-month Hebrew- language Absorption program geared specifically for educated, motivated high- tech students and professionals. Meet and network with peers from around the world who share your interests, enjoy the services of a dedicated staff and mentors to guide you, and take advantage of the thriving economy and pleasant residential atmosphere of the city of Haifa.

  • Yesodot
    Yesodot: Education for Ethiopian Children

    Yesodot contributes to a more positive and enriching future for today’s Ethiopian children and youth in absorption centers by bolstering their educational experience.

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  • Aliyah: From Freezing Finland to Israel

    Over 20,000 immigrants have made Aliyah from the FSU via Finland with the aid of Finnish Christian supporters of Israel and the Jewish people.

  • מנהל מרכז הקליטה נורית בבאר שבע אשר ועקנין (במרכז ) עם בנו גיא ועקנין שהוא נגד בקו האש ויו"ר ארגון העובדים של הסוכנות וההסתדרות הציונית העולמית חנן מור Asher Vaknin: Fighting for Home

    Asher Vaknin, Director of the Nurit Absorption Center in Beersheva, is the father of two soldiers who currently serving in Gaza.

  • An unexpected family reunion for new immigrants at Ulpan Etzion

    What are the chances that two new immigrants out of the more than 57,000 who came to Israel in the past two years, would show up at the same ulpan (intensive Hebrew program) and turn out to be cousins

  • אילנה מדר, בת שירות ב"מגן" 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

  • MK Yuli Edelstein, Speaker of the Knesset Exclusive Interview with MK Yuli Edelstein

    "The decision to make aliyah should not be made because of terror attacks or pogroms, but out of a sense of conviction, Jewish identity and a bond with Israel."

  • The Balsha family celebrated their traditional wedding, according to religious law, as part of their conversion process to Judaism. Wedding Under Fire

    “We are trying to keep to normal routine as much as we can, even in states of emergency."

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