If you are passionate about football, this Gap Year Programme in Israel might just be for you.
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If you are passionate about football and want to make a difference the UJIA Arsenal Gap Year Programme might just be for you.
The programme sees participants train with Arsenal in the Community to become qualified coaches. Courses include First Aid, Behavioural Management and Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL).
Participants volunteer in urban schools across London and then travel to Akko, northern Israel, to coach football across diverse communities, bringing together children from different backgrounds and working alongside coaches from Akko.
In the final stage, Israeli coaches from Akko College come to London for two weeks to train with Arsenal in the Community and further their coaching knowledge.
For more on this programme, please contact Melanie Kelly:
T: 020 7424 6422 E: email@example.com
You can also find out more at Arsenal.
"Participants coach football across diverse communities, bringing together children from different backgrounds."
Proportion of students at the UJIA-supported Western Galilee college who are women
Young people sent on UJIA-supported Israel tour, gap year and other Israel experience programmes last year
OF CHILDREN IN NORTHERN ISRAEL LIVE BELOW THE POVERTY LINE.
Merom Hagalil’s income is almost 40% below the national average
YOUNG PEOPLE REACHED BY UJIA IN THE GALIL DIRECTLY EVERY YEAR.
School students benefiting from our UJIA JAMS programme in the last year