Myth: In order to succeed professionally in Israel, you must have fluent Hebrew. Not true. There are many options for English-language skills in Israel. Not to deny that Hebrew fluency is helpful. English Language + English Business Culture = Value in the Israeli Market Watch this webinar to learn about the exciting professional opportunities that... Continue Reading →
Pivoting Your Career for the Israeli Economy
What will you do in Israel? Watch this Nefesh b'Nefesh webinar to learn how to pivot your career for the Israel economy.
Living the Prophecy, What a Zechiyah!
This article first appeared on Avira D'Eretz Israel and is reprinted here with their permission. by Yiddy Lebovits, Romema, Yerushalayim I grew up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, and attended the Spinka and then the Satmar cheider there. While learning in Satmar, I learned first-hand their unbelievable quest to do chessed, collect tzedakah for others, and... Continue Reading →
Why Leave? Why Go? Why Aliyah? We Need You Here!
By Ariella Bracha Waldinger I was 54 years old when my husband and I made Aliyah to live in the Old City of Jerusalem. Prior to making Aliyah, I worked for the same company for 26 years and had a career I loved. I was successful, respected, and making great money. Why leave? We need... Continue Reading →
Living in Israel: What is it really like? Part Two
Living in Israel: What is it really like? Part Two By Ariella Bracha Waldinger Recently, I have asked many friends who have made Aliyah over the years this question:” what was the most pleasantly surprising aspect of making Aliyah?” Without exception, 99% respond that the warmth, kindness, caring and helpfulness of the community shocked and surprised... Continue Reading →
Aliyah Is Not a Geographical Change – It’s a Personal Transformation
Aliyah Is Not a Geographical Change - It's a Personal Transformation By Leah Kahalani I firmly believe that I can choose to live anywhere on the planet and the choice is solely mine to make, except when moving to Israel. The land of Israel has a share in the process of my move and plays... Continue Reading →
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