Israel Programs and Opportunities
How to get involved with Israel on campus...
Boston University Students for Israel (BUSI) is Boston University's Israel cultural and political group. BUSI often hosts speakers, social events, and organizes the annual spring semester Israel Culture Week.
If interested in learning about upcoming programs or ways to become more involved, please contact Matt Goodman for more information.
If interested in joining Boston University Hillel for any of our campus Taglit-Birthright Israel trips, please contact KateLynn Plotnick for more information.
How to get back to Israel: Programs, Internships and Work Opportunities
MASA enables thousands of Jewish youth to spend a semester or a year in Israel in any of over 150 programs, helping them build a life-long relationship with Israel and a firm commitment to Jewish life. MASA also provides grants for their many programs. MASA programs are for five months or longer.
The Israel Aliyah Center aims to help bring a substantial number of Jews to live in Israel and ensure their successful integration, connect the next generation with Israel and Jewish peoplehood as a core part of Jewish identity, and involve world Jewry with Israelis in shaping the future character of Israeli society.
YJ Impact fosters Zionist leadership and activism among college students and young adults. It emphasizes personal engagement with the real Israel through multi-faceted programs and opportunities in Israel and North America. YJ Impact embodies the pluralistic, non-partisan approach of its sponsor, Hadassah.