Adult Tours (through USCJ)
CAARI (Canadian American Active Retirees in Israel)
Offers an in-depth view of Israel for active seniors by providing the opportunity to experience local culture and connect with Israel’s vibrant people. The CAARI Program includes tours, community service, and speakers’ forums.
Adult tours to Israel and the Jewish World “to enlighten your mind, rejuvenate your spirit, and touch your soul”; Family tours with something for every age; and Customized tours, including special missions, guided by Da’at Educational Expeditions
The Zionist Organization of the Conservative Movement, Mercaz USA links Jewish communities throughout the Diaspora with Israel through tourism, Jewish education, Hebrew language study, “people-to-people” partnerships, short-and long-term Israel programs and Aliyah.
Tips for planning your trip, important information about Israel, tour guides, and suggested itineraries – art and culture, food and wine, geography and nature, history and archaeology, business and technology, health and environment tours as well as current attractions and adventures, events and news, festivals and conferences.
Youth and Young Adult Programs in Israel
An academic year program (September to May) dedicated to creating and inspiring the conservative Jewish leaders of tomorrow.
The Nativ year offers its participants two distinct components: studying in Jerusalem and volunteering in various areas of Israel. Students live at Beit Nativ in the Fuchsberg Center, Jerusalem, during the fall semester to study in one of three different settings – Hebrew University, the Conservative Yeshiva, or Ulpan and Community Service. In the spring semester, Nativers live in agricultural Kfar Hasidim Youth Village, the town of Yerucham in the Negev, or Karmiel in the Carmel Mountains north of Haifa while traveling the country.
Offers an array of Israel programs including several exciting Teen Summer Programs, gap-year programs, volunteer and internship opportunities for college students and young professionals, and Taglit-Birthright trips.
Offers Jewish young adults (18-30) over 200 study, internship, and volunteer opportunities all over Israel lasting between five and twelve months. Use their program finder to search a range of dates, locations, and types of programs relevant to you – Gap Year, Study Abroad, Internships, and Volunteering.