Develop your skill-set whilst enjoying all that Israel has to offer.
GRAB A LIFE-CHANGING EXPERIENCE
If you are looking to develop your skill-set whilst enjoying all that Israel has to offer, then Masa is for you. The beauty of Masa is its diversity, with over 500 options available, there is bound to be a programme that is right for you.
Some Masa programmes include:
-Gap Year Programmes
-Professional internships at Israeli companies (e.g. Google, Israeli Foreign Ministry of Affairs and The Jerusalem Post)
-Kibbutz placements (time split between volunteering and learning Hebrew)
-Volunteering (a myriad of choices, including hospitals, deprived communities and co-existence projects)
-Teaching Fellowships (teaching English at Israeli primary schools)
-Yeshiva and Seminary courses
-Academic courses at top universities such as Hebrew University and Ben Gurion University
-Specialist programmes (including Hebrew or Arabic lessons, Budokan martial arts, Rimon music programme)
View ALL PROGRAMMES available.
By taking a journey with Masa UK you will have the chance to create a network of Jewish friends around the world and gain CV-boosting work experience, all whilst taking a journey into your Jewish roots in a diverse, challenging and beautiful country.
The programmes are available for 18-30 year olds, and means based scholarships and grants are available.
Masa is an organisation of The Jewish Agency for Israel and the Israeli Government, set up to help encourage young adults to spend a significant amount of time in Israel.
"Make new friends and gain CV-boosting work experience, all whilst taking a journey into your Jewish roots in a diverse, challenging and beautiful country."
Young people sent on UJIA-supported Israel tour, gap year and other Israel experience programmes last year
Proportion of students at the UJIA-supported Western Galilee college who are women
YOUNG PEOPLE REACHED BY UJIA IN THE GALIL DIRECTLY EVERY YEAR.
Decline in size of UK Jewish population since its post-war peak
Number of young people in the Galil reached by the UJIA-supported Kibbutz Eshbal
OF CHILDREN IN NORTHERN ISRAEL LIVE BELOW THE POVERTY LINE.