Aluma for Young Adults
Aluma youth program accompany young people aged 16-18 in preparation for a meaningful service.
Aluma allows each and every person to make the right decision for them
and to choose wisely the service path that suits them, military or national service.
Aluma helps the participants acquire knowledge, tools and skills to help them in their path from high school through service.
Aluma activities include personal counseling, group meetings, peak days, conferences, workshops, parents and community participation, available information centers, courses and leadership groups.
:Aluma for Young Adults Programs
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