Israel Trips and Internshipsadmin2020-04-02T18:11:48+00:00
10 day FREE trip heritage trips to Israel for young adults of Jewish heritage, aged 18–32. During their trip, participants, most of whom are visiting Israel for the first time, are encouraged to discover new meaning in their personal Jewish identity and connection to Jewish history and culture. Hillel of Silicon Valley are staffing a bus for students studying and/or living in the Silicon Valley area.
For more info: email@example.com | (408) 775-7534 Trip Dates: TBA
This August, Students Supporting Israel and Hillel of Silicon Valley will be taking students leaders from SJSU to an educational journey in Israel for 10 days.
We are looking for journalists from Spartan Daily, student leaders from different student groups, Fraternities and Sororities on campus to join us for intense 10-day educational journey to Israel where we will meet different speakers, discuss the different topics regarding Israel including history, culture, human rights, and political issues. We will travel around the country including Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jaffa, the West Bank and the Gaza border.
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org | (408) 775-7534 Trip Date: 8/7/2019 – 8/17/2019
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ISRAEL21c is a non-partisan, nonprofit organization and the publisher of an English-language online news magazine recognized as the single most diverse and reliable source of news and information about 21st century Israel.
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Every week we reach millions of people through our website, social media channels, and e-newsletter.
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Act.IL is a joint venture of the Israeli American Council (IAC) and the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), based on IDC’s “Situation Room” that was founded during Operations “Pillar of defense” (2012) and “Protective Edge” (2014).
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Is to positively inform and influence foreign publics and create an efficient and effective battle against the growing trend of the boycott movement (BDS) and the delegitimization of the State of Israel.
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Looking to join the Silicon Valley Mishelanu group?
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Tikkun Olam Makers (TOM) is a global movement of communities connecting makers, designers, developers and engineers with people with disabilities (aka – ‘Need-Knowers’) to develop technological solutions for everyday challenges. Designs are free and available for any user to adapt for their needs.
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