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Mega Aliyah Fairs Across North America

Nefesh B’Nefesh will be conducting a week of aliyah mega events and fairs in six major cities across North America together with The Jewish Agency for Israel, Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael, JNF-USA, and Israel’s Ministry of Immigrant Absorption. The aliyah events, which will take place in Toronto, Montreal, Florida, Baltimore, Washington, and New York between March 3 and 10, will incorporate aliyah-related seminars and workshops, as well as personal consultations with staff from all of the organizers. Representatives from various Israeli ministries, health funds, shippers, The Jewish Agency and Nefesh B’Nefesh’s ‘Go North’ and ‘Go South’ programs will also be present.

Israeli Communications Minister Moshe Kahlon; Mayor of Karmiel Adi Eldar; and world co-chairman of KKL-JNF Effie Stenzler will be among the guests of honor at the NY event, as well as the Israeli Consul General in NY, Ido Aharoni.

Participants will benefit from workshops and seminars on various topics such as: careers in Israel, financial planning, taxes and budgeting, the Israeli healthcare system, navigating Israel’s education system, introduction to the aliyah process, aliyah rights and benefits, and the ‘Go North’ and ‘Go South’ programs. In addition, representatives of The Jewish Agency will speak about the process for verifying aliyah eligibility and the various programs the agency offers to assist immigrants in their transition to Israeli life.

To date, Nefesh B’Nefesh has assisted over 33,000 olim, and more than 50,000 North American and British Jews have attended Nefesh B’Nefesh pre-aliyah informational seminars throughout the U.S., Canada, and UK, including specially tailored programs, events, and individual counseling sessions. For a full schedule of the mega events, please visit www.nbn.org.il/mega. v

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Posted by on February 28, 2013. Filed under In This Week's Edition. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.