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THRIVE at the Hebrew University

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Program Description

Explore and connect to the rich history, culture, and spirituality of Israel through weekend retreats, exciting travel experiences, exposure to prestigious Israeli personalities, and various engaging seminars. Challenge yourself with the intellectual heritage of the Talmud, and its application to modern society. It can’t get much better than that, right?
 
Thrive offers all of this as a seamless component to Hebrew University courses, counting for full credit at your respective institution. At Thrive, we're serious about giving you an experience you'll never forget! 
As part of these studies, Thrive students take a core course on the subject of Jewish Thought. Participants receive all of the other benefits of the Undergraduate Study Abroad Program including medical coverage as well as a program of social and cultural activities. Students receive an official transcript from the Hebrew University, which allows them to transfer their credits to universities in North America.
 
For more information on the Undergraduate Study Abroad Progam see: https://overseas.huji.ac.il/usap
 
Extracurricular Jewish studies are provided by "Jewish Year Abroad," an orthodox Jewish non-profit organization established for this purpose. Students will participate in an exclusive package of activities and excursions designed to examine their Jewish roots and heritage.
 

Morgan Kaczor

Morgan Kaczor

West Coast Regional Director

Osnat Spiegel

Osnat Spiegel

Director of Alumni & Community Engagement

Tovah Goodman

Tovah Goodman

Engagement Associate, Israel Initiatives, Chicago

Jennifer Morawetz

Jennifer Morawetz

Onward Israel & Masa Israel Journey Initiatives Coordinator

Adina Poupko

Adina Poupko

Director of National Partnerships

Tal Bruck

Tal Bruck

Executive Assistant to CEO

Idan Sestieri

Idan Sestieri

Marketing Project Director
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