Aluma for Young Adults

Aluma for
Young Adults

16-18

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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

Serving with faith

Every year, about 25% of "Hamad" graduates enlist in the IDF out of a sense of mission and a desire to be part of the Israeli society. The female soldiers serve in a variety of positions, and more than 10% of them continue to serve as officers. In 2002, Aluma, in cooperation with the Ministry of Defense and the IDF, established the "Serving with Faith" program

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Yedidut Zahala

"Yedidut Tzahala" is a national volunteer project for mentoring and promoting youth for good citizenship and social involvement. Friends of Zahala was founded in 1992 by retired Brigadier General Ran (Ronen) Packer, a senior Air Force pilot. In the summer after finishing his term as Foreign Ministry emissary.

Zinuk B'Aliya

Zinuk B'Aliya is a community program aimed at expanding and deepening the contribution of young Ethiopian Israelis to Israel through meaningful military / national service. The program encourages young people to join the centers of contribution, action and influence, while maintaining personal and community identity.

Spark (Nitzotz)

The "Spark for a Safe Future" program helps youth at the sequence of risk through individualized work during the service and towards the discharge, based on existing municipal responses and by creating new responses. The program operates along the sequence of preparation for the service and the service itself while emphasizing key decision-making intersections.
A Step Forward

Every year, about 25% of "Hamad" graduates enlist in the IDF out of a sense of mission and a desire to be part of the Israeli society. The female soldiers serve in a variety of positions, and more than 10% of them continue to serve as officers. In 2002, Aluma, in cooperation with the Ministry of Defense and the IDF, established the "Serving with Faith" program.
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