Mosaic United Teens and Diaspora Affairs Ministry announce $5M fund for global teen travel to Israel
The Israeli Ministry for Diaspora Affairs and Combating Antisemitism and Mosaic United are announcing a $4 .8M fund to boost global teen travel to Israel by thousands. Following the success of its global pilot in 2023, Mosaic Teens is bringing new emphasis and resources on travel to Israel for younger cohorts across the globe. According […]
Several graduates of Mosaic United’s programs were keynote speakers at the March for Israel in Washington, DC. Sabrina Soffer, a member of Hillel International’s Israel Leadership Network (sponsored by Mosaic United), was one of the keynote speakers. A student leader at George Washington University, Soffer shared her experiences on campus in the last few weeks […]
Our partner Maccabi World Union is recruiting athletes from around the world to put the plight of Israeli hostages in Gaza at the forefront of international attention. The campaign already features more than 100 athletes. If you know an athlete, coach, or sports celebrity who may be interested in the campaign, contact roy [at] maccabi.org.
Study after study evidences the impact of teen travel to Israel on the Jewish identity and connection to Israel of young Jews. One of the key factors in the success of this endeavor is the opportunity to have shared experiences with Israeli teenagers of the same age group – also known as mifgash or mifgashim […]
As we celebrate the launch of the Teen Travel Pillar, we also welcome aboard Alana Ebin, the new Teen Travel Pillar Director. Alana is joining the Mosaic United team to lead this new initiative. Let’s take a moment to get to know her. Where are you from? Where did you grow up?I’m originally from Riverdale, […]
Three-year partnership with RootOne to nearly double North American participation Mosaic United is investing $8 million in teen travel to Israel through a new partnership with RootOne. Each year, thousands of teens from North America travel to Israel in an experience with their peers through a youth movement, summer camp, or other organization. Studies show […]