Aish Essentials is a short term program (2-4 weeks) for young men (ages 18-29). If you come with an open mind, you will be getting a lot out of this program. The atmosphere is warm, the environment is intellectually stimulating, and you’re constantly surrounded by smart and humble people.
Aish HaTorah’s Moreshet Noach program is a 1-year study and leadership program through Aish HaTorah Jerusalem. The program is tailored for highly motivated young professionals, from every background, from every profession, with little or no yeshiva education.
Binyan Olam is a Yeshiva catered to the latin american community, open to every kind of student with different levels of jewish knowledge (from no jewish background to religious background). The most important quality to have is to be eager to grow and learn.
This program caters to all students, including total beginners with no prior Jewish education or Hebrew knowledge, nurturing and building the students' knowledge and spirit of Jewish life. The typical student is usually from outside of Israel, looking for a warm environment and a good Jewish education.
If I could sum up Machon Shlomo in one word it would be balance. The mission of the yeshiva is to create well-balanced, fully-integrated individuals with a drive towards excellence in relationships, careers and communities. Most of the students who come to Machon Shlomo are in the their twenties, coming from top universities and graduate schools or having worked a few years in their ﬁelds, and end up returning home after 1 or 2 years to continue in their career paths.
The Center Program at Ohr Sameach is a one year program with the focus to helps students become independent and self-sufficient in understanding jewish texts, especially the talmud. The idea is that you can continue to learn and grow on your own when you decide to go back to your professional life. The Center is a learning program specifically designed for the academically-talented student.
The Shapell's program, the brother school to Midrechet Rachel V’Chaay, is a growth-oriented environment without putting pressure on someone to become somebody else. It is a program providing a holistic Torah education, aimed at meeting the challenges of modern Jewish life.
Midreshet Eshel is a post high school seminary that provides young women with a comprehensive educational program with an emphasis on excellence in Jewish studies, Jewish values, and experiential learning. Being the ﬁrst Sephardic seminary in Israel, there is an emphasis on Sephardic halacha, customs, and history.
La source is a french seminary for motivated young French girls from religious and non-religious background wishing to deepen their knowledge in Judaism and discover Israel.
Machon Orah, the sister school to Machon Meir, offers a curriculum of Jewish and Israeli studies over a period of about 10 months, coupled with Hebrew language Ulpan and socio-cultural activities, with an aim of a better understanding of Israeli society and therefore better integration. There are also short-term and part-time programs available.
Mayanot provides a highly academic Judaic Studies curriculum in a welcoming atmosphere on an annual or semester, basis, with winter, summer and post Taglit-Birthright Israel study programs for women and men, ages 20+.
The Midreshet Rachel v'Chaya program, the sister school to Shapell's, is tailor-made for the type of girl that wants to think for herself and is comfortable making her own choices without having a lot of structure. Girls are self-motivated, intellectual, and text-oriented. There's not a lot of fluff at MRC, but inspiration is found by going deep into the texts.
Netzach Sarah offers a 10 month program for Russian-speaking young women. There are some who love to ask themselves the big questions of life, interested in Jewish Mysticism and Inspiration. There are others who prefer to start from the sources, and see proof and think analytically and critically. This school is for both types, and those who have a combination of both interests.
NEVE YERUSHLAYIM is a program dedicated to Jewish young women (age 19 and up) coming from all different backgrounds who are motivated to learn Judaism and are inspired to grow. The classes are inspiring and intimate: we are encouraged to ask questions and to question everything. There are many different levels, not only based on technical skills, but also on learning styles.
With its well-deserved reputation for intensive text-based Torah study, Nishmat will give you the opportunity to spend a year in a beautiful Bet Midrash, studying in chevruta, side-by-side with Nishmat's advanced scholars. Nishmat’s hands-on approach to Torah study teaches women skills to understand and analyze classic texts, and to reflect on how they inform modern Jewish thought and practice.
Shaarei Bina is a seminary oriented to latin-american girls, between the ages of 18 and 30. No prior knowledge is required to get in the school, and since there are different programs being developed at the school, all kinds of girls with different personalities and backgrounds are welcome at Shaarei Bina.