Two hikers carry an Israeli flag near Castel as part of the Masa 70 trek
1,000s of yeshiva students, Masa participants set to enter Israel

Despite the difficulties and worries raised by the coronavirus, the government decided to permit the entry of 21,000 foreign nationals, to study in universities, yeshivas, and participate in Masa.

Diaspora interns flourishing in Israel despite coronavirus crisis

Along with yeshiva and university and other educational programs, the Israel Experience branch of the Jewish Agency recently brought 20 young people from around the Jewish world to Israel.

Charter flight brings 230 immigrants, volunteers and Israelis from Mexico

The first-of-its-kind charter flight was dubbed “Operation Home,” and included 50 new Olim and 150 graduates who will take part in Masa.

Young couples find love in Israel on the Masa program

Some come to get closer to Israel, some come for personal and professional growth, but nearly everyone leaves with experiences and memories to last a lifetime – and some even find love.

Students at Yeshivat Migdal HaTorah return to in-person classes as coronavirus regulations lifted
Israel prepares to greet 21,000 foreign students amid COVID-19 outbreak

The students will only be allowed into the country if the institutions they're learning in are approved by the Health Ministry and commit to upholding quarantine regulations for two weeks.

MASA ISRAELI participants at the Khan Be’erot camping area at the Ramon Crater (Makhtesh Ramon).
Deri: Foreign students will be allowed to enter Israel in next school year

The approval applies to foreign students in academic institutions, yeshiva students, Masa students, Ulpana students, seminary students, Naale students, high school students and pre-army program stude

Rabbi Baruch Mordechai Ezrachi delivers a torah lesson at Ateret Yisrael Yeshiva in Jerusalem, Novem
World Mizrachi leading unprecedented coalition for yeshiva funding

Powered by CauseMatch, the 48-hour “If I Forget You, Jerusalem” Emergency Campaign will launch on Monday, July 27, 6th Av, ahead of Tisha Be’av.

Masa's new program offering allows fellows to work remotely from Israel

The program is geared towards post-college graduates under the age of 30, from English-speaking countries such as the United States, Canada or the UK.

A businessperson working at his computer (Illustrative)
Masa teaching fellows provide 2,500 hours of online study

Some 220 teaching fellows with the Masa Israel Journey organization came to the country last year to teach English in Israeli schools.

COVID-19: Masa cuts funding to yeshivas, religious institutions

The Jewish Agency said it was working to get the gov’t to match donations made to program organizers.

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