Dates may slightly vary.
Welcome to the 'Geula' program! We're delighted that you're considering joining our unique initiative aimed at fostering leadership qualities in young Jewish women. Navigate through this simple application process to share your experiences and ambitions with us. Your passion and participation might be the very element that brings fresh insights and directions to Jewish communities worldwide.
To train and develop the leadership skills of young women in the Jewish world
Encourage and strengthen the connection and cooperation between the leadership of young women from the Diaspora and Israel
Encourage the development of innovative women-led ventures.
Research conducted between 2016-2018 in France, the USA, Argentina, Russia, and Ukraine has shown:
Women demonstrate greater responsibility when assessing the prospects of Aliyah and are often the initiators and driving force behind the decision to repatriate at all stages.
Women are more actively involved in Jewish community life than men.
Contemporary young women are driven to prove themselves in society; they often initiate socially significant projects and seek to develop their leadership skills and competencies.
Participants will be required to complete the program activity throughout the entire year, which will include
The program is designed to develop and encourage leadership for Zionism among young women. A special committee will select the most suitable candidates for the program: the candidates will be chosen based on personal information they submit, and on the committee's impressions during an interview.
«I couldn’t but follow a heartfelt order»
From her youth, Geula Cohen showed leadership and courage, and stood at the forefront in the struggle for the establishment of the State of Israel, Aliyah and the ingathering of the Exiles.
Her public activity as a leader in the struggle for the immigration of Jews from the USSR and Ethiopia, for social justice and our right to the Land of Israel, has earned her a place of honor and appreciation among the leaders who have led the Jewish people for generations.