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IN AND AROUND THE U.S.

We’re building living bridges to our shared homeland, one heart at a time, by bringing Israeli emissaries to communities throughout the U.S. and fostering partnerships between cities.

 

Explore some of our featured programs below:

  • Partnership2Gether

    By bringing together cites in the U.S. and regions in Israel, this program creates friendships and emotional investments within the global Jewish community.

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  • Shlichim

    Israeli emissaries hand-selected to represent the best of Israel and serve abroad as living bridges to the Jewish State.

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  • ShinShinim

    Service year Shlichim serving in Jewish communities abroad prior to entering the Israel Defense Forces, creating lasting connections to Israel through personal relationships.

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  • Campus Israel Fellows

    Peer ambassadors serving on college campuses in North America, strengthening the ties between young Jews and Israel and helping fight antisemitism at universities.

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  • Masa Israel Journey

    Bringing Jewish young adults from around the world to Israel for internships, gap years, study, volunteerism and more.

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  • Onward Israel

    With more than 70 programs addressing the interests and concerns of Jewish young adults entering the workforce, Onward Israel creates professional connections that last a lifetime.

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  • AmiUnity

    Through a targeted educational initiative, young Israelis are encouraged to explore the vitality of Jewish life globally and to help all Jews feel at home in Israel.

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  • 248 – Global Community Action Network

    A global network of Jewish doers, building communities by using innovative ideas and practices.

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ShinShinim

“I'm a living bridge to the Jewish homeland, and perhaps the only connection many people in my adopted community have to Israel now.”

Segev, a ShinShin serving in the Los Angeles Jewish community during the coronavirus pandemic.