Youth Movement Shlichim

Youth Movement Shlichim The Jewish Agency for Israel ©
Youth Movement Shlichim works with different communities and within youth movements in a particular geographical region.

The Youth Movement Shaliach works within youth movements such as Habonim Dror, Bnei Akiva, HaShomer HaTzair, and others. He or she is responsible for the activities of the youth movement, together with educational and organizational responsibilities.

He or she is between the ages of 25-40, and is an Israel Defense Forces or National Service graduate with considerable experience in the field of informal education.

The shaliach is responsible for the educational management of the camps run by the youth movements and establishes direct contacts with national leaders, members, parents, and graduates of the movement.



Shlichim (Israeli Emissaries)

  • Service year shlicha Mia Winraob in England
    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

    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

    The Summer Shlichim Program offers a one-on-one opportunity for your campers to engage with Israel.

  • Senior shlichut
    Senior Shlichim

    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.

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    The Jewish Agency Israel Fellows to Hillel

    Campus Israel Fellows serve as peer ambassadors on campuses and in the local community.

  • zionist shlichim
    Zionist Seminars

    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.