We have trained over 80 interns who have turned to Israel Forever as the avenue through which they want to gain professional experience, empowerment through learning, and the leadership tools they need to navigate the landscape of Jewish involvement and activism. Israel Forever is excited to welcome our summer cohort of Inspiring Interns!
The 8-year-old boy who would have never guessed that he had Jewish ancestry was, eight years later, finally connected. A profound and irresistible connection to the country I was visiting, the Jewish State, began to envelop me.
Growing up, even though I wasn’t very religious, I connected to my Jewish identity in my own ways. I knew I needed to be in the land of Israel to fully identify where I stood with my own personal beliefs.
Israel will always hold a special place in my heart, and I am eager to contribute to its continued growth and the deepening of connections between people and this extraordinary land.
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Make Zionproud Jewish Identity possible.
Declare your pride as a Virtual Citizen of Israel and join a global community that engages, inspired and empowers your personal connection with Israel!
This activity is a group debate designed to focus thinking about leadership in general and Jewish leadership in particular.
An informal discussion activity based on quotes, questions and inquiry into the meaning of the words of Elie Wiesel and how they can impact Jewish identity and humanity today.
The first Zionist Congress was held in Basel, Switzerland in 1897. This e-reader was designed to celebrate the 125th anniversary of that momentous event. We hope it sparks important ideas or discussions about the relevance of Herzl’s dream and legacy today.
On July 4, 1976, Israeli forces conducted one of the most successful military operations in the nation’s history, to rescue civilian hostages held by terrorists at the Entebbe Airport in Uganda - hear personal accounts from Iddo Netanyahu's book, Entebbe: A Defining Moment In the War On Terrorism.