December 26, 2019

Jake was a member of Yahel Social Change Fellowship 2018-19 cohort. Check out what he's been up to since moving on from Yahel! 

What were some of your activities while on the fellowship?

While living in Lod for nine months, I: (a) taught English with another fe...

December 24, 2019

Dana is a current fellow with the Yahel Social Change Fellowship 2019-2020 cohort, living and volunteering in Lod. 

     I volunteer at a place called Tesfa - meaning hope in Tigrinya. It’s a little classroom situated in the middle of our neighborhood, enclosed behind a...

December 17, 2019

Leora is a current fellow with the Yahel Social Change Fellowship 2019-2020 cohort, living and volunteering in Rishon LeZion. Read her thoughts on recent tragedy in the United States and how it informs her experience in Israel. The Yahel community is deeply saddened by...

December 15, 2019

Tasha is a current fellow with the Yahel Social Change Fellowship 2019-2020 cohort, living and volunteering in Lod. Here, she gives us some insight into the experience of a Yahel fellow: 

Tell us a bit about yourself - where are you from and what did you study in school...

December 13, 2019


Today's blog post is from Alan, a member of the 2019-2020 Yahel Social Change Fellowship. Alan is living for 9 months in Rishon Lezion. 

What is the Yahel Social Change Fellowship like? Alan gives us a glimpse inside his routine through song. Watch the v...

December 6, 2019

Tash is a Yahel Social Change Fellowship alumna from the 2016-17 cohort. She just represented Yahel at the Masa Israel conference in London, so this was a great time to catch up with her for an Alumni Spotlight! 

What were some of your activities while on the fellowship...

December 4, 2019

Today's blog post is written by Claire, a member of the 2019-2020 Yahel Social Change Fellowship. Claire is living for 9 months in Lod. 

This weekend marked our first contextual learning seminar of the fellowship, and we traveled to the Galilee region to learn abou...

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