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My Gap Year in Israel
January 3, 2022

My Gap Year in Israel

By Doni Chasen in 2022
My gap year has been absolutely incredible so far. I am so grateful to have the opportunity to live in Israel for the year, and I am truly seeing and doing everything I can. My...
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Celebrating Chanukah in Israel
December 20, 2021

Celebrating Chanukah in Israel

By Katherine Cranman in 2021
Chanukah was in the air everywhere for a couple of weeks before the holiday started. The stands in the shuk and different stores were filled with selections of different sufganiyot. Giant Chanukiahs were put up...
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$10K Scholarships Available For Gap Year In Israel. Apply Now!
December 14, 2021

$10K Scholarships Available For Gap Year In Israel. Apply Now!

By Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta in 2021
This article was originally published in Fed5, a publication of the Jewish Federaiton of Greater Atlanta. Read the original article here. Did you know your high school student doesn’t have to start college right after...
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My Gap Year Experience
November 23, 2021

My Gap Year Experience

By Sam Feldstein in 2021
My gap year experience in Israel so far has been nothing short of the best year of my life. I have explored so much of Israel and so much about myself in just the three short...
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Zalik Foundation Renews Its Commitment To Gap Year Experiences In Israel
November 16, 2021

Zalik Foundation Renews Its Commitment To Gap Year Experiences In Israel

By Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta in 2021
This article was originally published in Fed5. Read the original article here. If you have a high school senior thinking about a gap year in Israel, JumpSpark has wonderful news! The Zalik Foundation has renewed...
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My First Month In Yokneam
November 8, 2021

My First Month In Yokneam

By Zoe Glickman in 2021
Shalom! My name is Zoe, I’m 18 years old, and I’m from Atlanta, Georgia. I currently live in Yokneam Illit in a communal apartment with six other people and am a Shinshinit, which means I’m...
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