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How Do You Want to Live Israel?

Federation offers so many ways for you to engage and explore your relationship with Israel. Please contact us to find out more about any of the following programs or other ways to connect with our Israeli community.


For Adults:

Peoplehood Project

The Peoplehood Project is a life-changing two-year program for a rising generation of Greater MetroWest Jewish leaders interested in building living bridges with our partner communities in Israel. You will experience the people and places, and feel the passion of Israel through Peoplehood.  Learn more.

Host a Rishon and Bring Israel Home!

We are looking for warm, loving families to serve as hosts for the young Israeli emissaries from our partnership communities in Israel. This is a wonderful opportunity for families with children to create a lasting connection with a young Israeli! Learn more.


For Teens:

Diller Teen Fellows

Looking for a teen leadership program with a focus on Jewish identity and growth? Diller Teen Fellows Program is an international partnership that inspires and empowers Jewish teens to be active, effective leaders with a strong Jewish identity, a sense of belonging to their community, the Jewish People and Israel, and a responsibility to the betterment of the world.  Learn more.

Teen Israel Leadership Council (TILC)

The Teen Israel Leadership Council (TILC) is a two-year Israel engagement and leadership training program for Greater MetroWest high school students in their junior and senior year, empowering the next generation of young Jewish leaders to make a difference on college campuses and beyond. Learn more.

Desert Wolves

Desert Wolves is a leadership and empowerment program for young women in their sophomore or junior year of high school that is run in conjunction with Greater MetroWest partner communities in Israel. The group is limited to 15 participants from New Jersey. Learn more.


For the Whole Family:

AIPAC Policy Conference

A Greater MetroWest delegation of teens and their parents participate in a three-day trip to Washington, DC, for the largest gathering of the pro-Israel movement in the U.S.