Tag Archives: aliyah

Hello, Alumni in Israel

Throughout the year, in the classroom and in extracurricular programming, we strive to reinforce our students’ love for Israel by…
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Proud to Live in Israel Now More Than Ever

This past summer I was a madricha for Israel 2.0, an Israel trip for college students and young professionals. It…
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Alum Moves to Israel to Work the Land

By Abby Lennon Saper (’06) A lot has happened since I walked into Ida Crown for the first time as…
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Alum Serves in Sheirut Leumi

By Shira Lebowitz As far back as I can remember, Israel has been an important part of my life. In…
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A Letter from an Alum in Israel

After producing our video, ICJA Stands With Israel, we received the following letter from Zach Millunchick, (’10). I made Aliyah…
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Israel: Our Blood, Our Right, Our Inheritance

Written by Chani Turk (’92) in the wake of rockets pounding on Israel. I have never really been in a…
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Drawing Strength from Children

I wrote this a few weeks ago, the morning after the first Code Red siren sounded in Gush Etzion.  For…
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Directing Camp Amid Sirens

I’ve been living in Israel since I graduated ICJA in 2002, and I have been in Herzliya as part of…
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Thoughts on Life in Israel

My son was on a school trip today to a new wonderful park in Bet Shemesh. He and some friends…
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Aliyah and Army

When Sergeant Avi Gluck (’10) finds himself on a long training march carrying heavy equipment, he sometimes wonders how he…
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