MEOR Israel offers university students the opportunity to tour, learn and live in Israel over a winter or summer break. Super-charged with inspiration and featuring the most talented and motivating educators anywhere, this Israel experience is the ultimate platform for self-discovery and exploration of Jewish heritage and identity.
Internship partners with over eight hundred companies in Israel and North America.The result: you’ll be sure to land a quality international internship in your field that will give you a competitive edge in achieving your career goals. JInternship runs in cooperation with dozens of exciting peer-based Jewish Learning Programs in both Israel and North America. More than just an internship, you’ll have a chance to connect to new Jewish friends and your heritage in a deep and meaningful way.
MEOR Poland is a powerful journey of history and heritage that explores the vibrancy of Jewish communities in Poland pre-WWII, the magnitude of the loss during the Holocaust, and the rebirth of Jewish life in the years that followed. Led by MEOR campus staff, world-class tour guides and Jewish educators, students visit the concentration camps and cities, meet with survivors and community builders, and probe the depths of the human heart and soul.
Jewish University students and young professionals from diverse backgrounds come together in one of the most beautiful places in America to ask straight-forward questions about ethics, identity and spirituality.
During each session, they have the opportunity to hike, swim or simply relax wile studying with world-class educators about what it means to be Jewish in today’s world.
They come away enriched and they get solid, honest answers to real life questions.
Come for the experience of a lifetime!
The Sinai program takes place in Warrensburg, New York which is nestled in the majestic foothills of the Adirondack Mountains at the junction of the Hudson and Schroon rivers.
It is a two-week summer experience like nothing else in the world. Our unique program gives Jewish men and women from diverse backgrounds and affiliations an opportunity to explore what it really means to be Jewish.
There’s also plenty of time for recreation and relaxation: canoeing; swimming; tennis; basketball; baseball; hiking; volleyball; water sports; ping-pong.
Sinai is something that must be experienced to be understood. So get ready to challenge your mind and inspire your soul!