Faces of the Jewish Future
Ensuring the next generation of Jewish life
Securing the Jewish future for generations requires building young Jewish leaders who are connected to one another, committed to Israel and to society at large, and who will raise their own families as proud Jews.
The Jewish Agency, through its global programming, is doing just this.
Let us introduce you to:
- Lior – an Israeli born ex-shlicha, who talks about how connecting to Jews abroad helped her connect to her own Judaism
- Yigal – a counselor at the Derech Eretz Mechinah at Nitzana from a Russian-speaking home, who tells us how the program helped him to connect to Israeli society and to his own potential therein
- Asmalesh – an Ethiopian immigrant and Youth Futures mentor in Arad, who tells us why he chose a career in helping children fulfill their potential
- Yelena – an American-raised teacher (born to Uzbekistani parents), who spent a year in Israel on Masa’s Teaching Fellows program, and shares the impact of the experience
- Tomi – a Hungarian communal leader and a founder of the Minyanim program, who tells us what he sees as the secret to young leadership
Shlichim (Israeli Emissaries)
Our shlichim bridge the gap between Jews of different backgrounds and Israel, increase Jewish awareness and pride within your community and promote an understanding of Israel and its ideals.
The Partnership2Gether peoplehood platform (previously known as Partnership 2000) connects some 550 communities around the world in 45 partnerships. P2G is building living bridges among these communities - sharing ideas, strengths, challenges, and models of success.
Makom: Innovative Israel Education
On the web and around the world, Makom gets Jews thinking, studying, and talking creatively and deeply about Jewish history and culture.
Commitment to Diversity
The Jewish Agency actively supports Jewish diversity and inclusion. We help Israelis understand the varied expressions of Judaism outside Israel, and help Jews worldwide feel that their styles of Jewish expression can find a home in Israel.
Russian-Speaking Jewry (RSJ)
In the former Soviet Union, Germany, North America, Australia, and Israel, The Jewish Agency meets the unique needs of Russian-speaking Jews and their families.