DATES AND LOCATIONS - KIBBUTZ ULPAN
Sde Eliyahu Religious Kibbutz
Kibbutz Sde Eliyahu is a Modern Orthodox Religious Kibbutz located in the Bet Shean valley, just south of the town of Bet Shean near the border with Jordan.
The kibbutz is still fully communal and collective and all the industries are agricultural based and many organic farming methods are used.
Ulpan Sde Eliyahu is different from most Ulpanim because we offer the opportunity to learn in a religious community. For students who wish, we can also arrange additional religious (Torah) classes. Whether you are already observant or simply looking to grow religiously, our Modern Orthodox environment provides a beautiful, pastoral environment for work and study.
Participants live in a dormitory adjacent to the Ulpan building. We house two-to-three people per room on single-sex floors. Each room comes with A/C, closets, linens, individual reading lamps, and a table and chairs. Bathroom facilities are located on each floor.
Our Multi-lingual helpful Ulpan dorm mother, Devora, has an office/storeroom directly below the Ulpan classroom, where she keeps fresh linens, work clothes, and other items to help you settle in.
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Tzuba (age 22-35)
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Ulpan Etzion–Kibbutz Tzuba accepts individuals and married couples without children. You must be aged 22-35.
You must also receive written permission from a doctor for this work-study program. The price includes accommodation, a budget for 3 meals a day, utilities, bedding and bed linens, towels, work clothes and shoes, Hebrew text books and school supplies, Wi-Fi access in the classrooms and dorm rooms, and laundry service for work clothes, and towels. A refundable deposit of 500 NIS is required.
Ulpan Etzion – Tzuba has 12 studio apartments, a TV lounge, a swimming pool (free for Ulpan students; open during the summer season from Shavuot to Sukkot), and a pub. The kosher dining hall serves 3 meals a day, with a vegetarian option. Each studio apartment, with 2-3 students sharing each room, has a kitchenette, bathroom with shower, basic furnishings, and dishes. Laundry services (other than for work clothes, bedding, and towels) is available for a small fee.
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Kibbutz Yagur is located in the North of Israel, at the base of Mount Carmel. The Kibbutz is approximately 10 minutes from Haifa, with easy transportation to all regions.
Kibbutz Yagur’s Hebrew Ulpan is an excellent place to live, study, work, and experience Israel. Nestled amidst the beautiful Carmel Mountain range, we are conveniently located just fifteen minutes outside of Haifa, with easy access to its many cafes, nightclubs, and cultural activities. We are also nearby to Tsfat, Tiberias, the Sea of Galilee, and the Golan Heights, and only one and a half hours from Tel-Aviv and Jerusalem.
Our Kibbutz - one of the largest in Israel - has many industries for you to be involved in, and can offer access to many of the facilities shared by the Yagur community. We have a dairy farm and a zoo, we produce some of the finest olive oil in the region, and we have a nursery that grows the most beautiful flowers in Israel. Kibbutz Yagur has an Olympic-size pool, basketball and tennis courts, wireless Internet, access to all of the Mt. Carmel hiking trails, and we offer free access to our dance club, the largest in Northern Israel. You will keep busy among our community of 1,500 people.
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Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek is located in the Northern part of Israel, Near Afula.
The Kibbutz was founded in 1923 by a group of pioneers who immigrated from Poland. The Kibbutz is still fully communal and collective.
Today about one thousand people live in the kibbutz, half of which are considered members, the other half are their children.
Most of the kibbutz members are born and raised in Mishmar Ha’emek, but some of them also brought partners from other places in Israel and the world.
Some are former hired workers who decided to become members and some are former new immigrants from various countries.
The main language in Mishmar Ha’emek is Hebrew, but one can also hear English, Spanish, Russian, Dutch,French and more.
The kibbutz economy is based mainly on Tama Plastic Industry, but also agriculture still contributes to the kibbutz’s economic structure.
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Kibbutz Naan is one of the biggest kibbutzim in Israel.
It is locates in Central Israel, very near to Rehovot.
Its central location has many advantages, as it is relatively easy to reach other places and cities in Israel.
The kibbutz has a rich cultural atmosphere. The Kibbutz is privatized, which means that the members still live communal live, but all work branches of the kibbutz earn their own wages and make their own profits.
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Kibbutz Ma'agan Michael has had two Ulpanim a year since 1958, and today over 25% of the members of Ma'agan Michael are graduates. The ulpan is a central part of the identity of Kibbutz Ma'agan Michael.Ma'agan Michael is a successful kibbutz and the Ulpan is a part of that success. We are located 65 kilometers north of Tel Aviv and 35 kilometers south of Haifa, on the Mediterranean coast.
No matter what your life experience was before the Ulpan, you will be expected to behave as a mature adult during the Ulpan. You will have the freedom to make decisions that you may not have had before you joined the program. Use your freedom wisely. You will take responsibility for your own actions.
The ages of our participants are generally between 18 and early 20's.
On our Ulpan, we work half a day and study half a day. We take both our studies and work very seriously.
The program is challenging and not for everyone. However, if you are serious about studying, working and having a unique Israel experience, the Ulpan at Ma'agan Michael could well be for you..
The kibbutz provides a free, limited shuttle service to and from the train station in Binyamina. We will give you the details when you arrive.
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