The Senior Shaliach is 30+ and is usually married with a family, has served in the army, and earned at least one academic degree. He or she possesses rich Jewish knowledge, management skills, and vast experience in informal education and working with all age groups within a community.
The shaliach usually works out of the Federation or JCC, building relationships with community representatives and leaders. The goal of this type of shlichut is to connect the next generation of the Jewish Community to its people by connecting them to their homeland.
The shaliach works in each community for up to three years, during which time s/he works with the various community bodies and organizations as a partner in creating strategic plans for the community.
Shlichim (Israeli Emissaries)
Service Year Shlichim
The goal of the Service Year Program (formerly Shin-shinim) is to place high school graduates from Israel in Jewish communities abroad for a one-year program of volunteer activity (Shnat Sheirut).
Community Shlichim are guided by local leadership to engage all age groups within their host communities in a range of Jewish and Israel activities.
Summer Camp Shlichim
The Summer Shlichim Program offers a one-on-one opportunity for your campers to engage with Israel.
The goal of these shlichim is to link the next generation of the host community to their global Jewish family by connecting them to Israel.
The Jewish Agency Israel Fellows to Hillel
Campus Israel Fellows serve as peer ambassadors on campuses and in the local community.
Youth Movement Shlichim
Youth Movement Shlichim works with different communities and within youth movements in a particular geographical region.
The Zionist Seminars Program creates tailor-made informal education programs designed to increase Jewish awareness, and to promote an understanding of Israel and its ideals.
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