The only program exclusively for English-speaking women to engage them with Jewish texts in the fullest possible way, Amudim stands at the forefront of advanced Torah education, addressing the needs and expectations of a motivated cadre of young women seeking to look beyond the “what” to explore the “whys” and "hows" of Torah, Jewish thought and culture.
Our goal at Baer Miriam is to cultivate in our students a love of learning and to provide the tools for learning; the foundation for a lifelong pursuit of Torah and spiritual growth.
Bnei Akiva Olamit: Shalem
Shalem is the only actual Sherut Leumi program for girls from around the world. You will experience a meaningful year of volunteering and independent living in a religious Zionist environment, fully immersed in Israel. Complemented by Beit Midrash Torah leaning and a variety of experiential programming, it is an uplifting, inspiring, and empowering gap year. You will learn new skills, Hebrew, develop your Jewish identity, and play a meaningful part in contributing to Israeli society. Shalem is based in Ra’anana and offers two locations for Sherut Leumi: Beit Meir Hospital, and ALUT- day centre for children with autism.
Bnot Torah Sharfman’s Jewish studies courses are interactive, providing real examples of how Torah wisdom connects the disjointed elements of a complex world. The curriculum includes classes in Halacha, Mussar, Sephardic Heritage, Art and Judaism, Tanach and Megillah, prayer, and more.
Midreshet Emunah V'Omanut dedicates itself to integrating Torah and the Arts into a single religious pursuit.
Through insightful Torah classes, challenging studio work, music and inspiring role models, students will discover the many ways in which Torah learning informed by art and art infused with Torah can become a vehicle for serving G-d.
Creating a Jewishly educated Leadership. The name ‘Mayanot’ was chosen, based on the verse, “Let thy wellsprings (Mayanot) be dispersed abroad.” (Proverbs 5:16), and captures the essence of our vision – that our students are gaining a deep and enduring knowledge of their Jewish heritage, including the spiritual dimensions, and utilizing what they have learned at Mayanot to enrich their environment and communities back home.
Machon Ma’ayan is a one-year seminary program in Israel for motivated, young women coming from a diverse range of backgrounds. Our students spend a great deal of time enriching themselves individually and collectively with the "minerals" of Torah Learning, Internships, and Seminars in the Land of Israel.
Meorot Yerushalayim is the only Gap Year seminary geared exclusively towards students who went to public school or grew up in non-observant homes. Through programs like NCSY, Israel trips and relationships they’ve built with rabbis and teachers, these young women have been inspired to make Judaism a larger part of their lives. They come to Meorot to find out how. Every Meorot student is an incredibly motivated group and a warm and inspirational environment. The curriculum caters to a wide range of educational backgrounds: there are classes for those with no experience with Hebrew or Torah learning and for students who have gained more skills. With 20-30 students every year, each young woman can expect individualized attention. Meorot also offers art and medical seminars, chessed opportunities and the chance to explore Israel through trips and Shabbatonim!
Michlelet Mevaseret Yerushalayim
It is MMY's conviction that through intensive textual study, with a major emphasis on Beit Medrash preparation, students will develop a foundation for in-depth textual learning. It is also MMY’s firm belief that the purpose of all learning must be to inspire and develop genuine religious growth. As a Religious Zionist school, MMY emphasizes the absolute centrality of both Eretz Yisrael and Medinat Yisrael. MMY prides itself on creating an environment of openness, warmth, and connection.
AMIT enables Israel’s youth to realize their potential, and strengthens Israeli society by educating and nurturing children from diverse backgrounds within a framework of academic excellence, Jewish values, and Zionist ideals.
Midreshet Ein Hanatziv
Do you want to get to know Israel, learn significant Torah, be part of a great group of students, and also deal with questions of society and Jewish identity? Midreshet Ein Hanatziv’s TCI program offers you these and much more.
Midreshet Eshel is committed to helping students develop themselves both spiritually and personally; to see the Torah as relevant to modern life and Halacha as their guide. Our Sephardic heritage which is inclusive and tolerant is conveyed with warmth and first hand experience. Students are taught to discover and further identify with pride their families’ customs and traditions and are encouraged to preserve their way of life.
Midreshet HaRova's one-year post-high-school Overseas Program has been providing a high level religious Zionist educational experience for young women from the Diaspora for nearly a quarter of a century. Located in the historic Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem’s Old City, the Midrasha offers an unparalleled atmosphere for a challenging Judaic Studies curriculum integrated with a complete Israel experience.
Midreshet Lindenbaum provides the combination of a rigorous, challenging learning program and a supportive religious environment that encourages students to develop and to delve, to discuss and to debate, and ultimately to decide on a more mature and profound commitment to Torah and Mitzvot. We believe that all areas of Torah, both Torah She’Bichtav and Torah She’B’al Peh must be studied with the same intensity and reverence.
Midreshet Moriah educates toward fear of Heaven; love of Torah, its mitzvot, and its values; develops a sense of mission, responsibility, and love for the Jewish people, its destiny, its holy Land, and its State; while focusing on the unique needs and talents of each and every student and aspiring toward continual improvement, educational creativity, and pedagogic excellence.
At Midreshet Tehillah, students develop a sensitivity to the depth, subtlety and complexity of Torah. We engage sources from Tanach(scriptures), Talmud( commentary), Halacha (law), Midrash (stories), and Jewish philosophy to gain a nuanced understanding of their underlying issues and implications. Our students come to appreciate that, rather than a collection of insights, Torah presents us with a powerful, integrated vision of reality and self which transforms our world. At Midreshet Tehillah we guide each student to grow religiously in a manner structured to her individual character, strengths, and needs while enhancing her self-awareness, self-respect, and sensitivity to others.
Midreshet Torat Chessed
MTC believes that authentic and long lasting growth comes from combining learning Torah with the act of chessed. At MTC you will have the once in a lifetime opportunity to combine your days with engaging, thought provoking and exciting classes given by an incredible staff of teachers and genuine chessed. After a morning of learning, and delving deeper into their Jewish roots, our students spend their afternoons with their kids from Bet Elazraki Children's Home.
The Migdal Oz Beit Midrash for women is built upon a conviction that the world of Torah and limmud serves as the primary focal point from which each student can blossom and deepen her connection to Hashem. In addition to intellectual endeavors, the program provides you the opportunity to face challenges in the spiritual realm, striving for constant effort and growth in Yirat Shamayim and commitment to Halacha.
At Nishmat you will spend a year studying in chevruta, side-by side with Nishmat's advanced scholars, in our Bet Midrash. You will develop proficiency in Tanach, Gemara, Halacha, and Machshava.
You will be integrated into an Israel Bet Midrash sharing your chevrutot, classes and dormitory apartments with Israeli students – b’Ivrit.
Sha'alvim for Women
At Sha’alvim for Women you will be empowered to become an independent Torah learner and Torah thinker, prepared for a life dedicated to Torat Yisrael, Am Yisrael, Eretz Yisrael and Medinat Yisrael. Rigorous, challenging shiurim, with incredible and inspiring teachers, in a caring and warm environment - together with other amazing and motivated young women - are complemented by outstanding ruach, tiyulim, and Shabbatonim.
Tiferet is a Religious-Zionist school that aims to give its students an all-encompassing Israel experience that appeals to the mind, body and soul. We aspire to enlighten our students and broaden their understanding and knowledge of Judaism, as well as inspire them towards a closer connection to Torah, Am Yisrael, Eretz Yisrael and Medinat Yisrael.
Tomer Devorah Seminary
The bedrock of the Tomer Devorah educational philosophy is that in order to maximize growth, a student must have the very best educational opportunities open to her along with an environment that is maximally conducive to introspection, maturing, and personal character development. Our skilled and experienced teaching staff is focused on cultivating a challenging curriculum, while at the same time providing a warm and relaxed atmosphere.
Torah V Avodah
Midreshet Torah v’Avodah is an innovative Bnei Akiva midrasha for highly motivated high school graduates. It is the first midrasha to offer a truly integrated experience. In one incredible year, you will experience life-changing growth in your connection to Torah, to the Jewish people, and to the land and State of Israel. You will have the opportunity to learn from the most impressive educators in today’s Religious Zionist community.
Yeshivat Drisha is the first full time yeshiva for women. The mission of the Yeshiva is to enable women to achieve the highest levels of Torah learning by fostering their development as talmidot chakhamim and cultivating intellectual, religious, and personal depth. In our unique Shana Alef program, highly motivated, post-high school young women will join the Yeshiva, alongside the advanced learners, for a tailor-made one-year program. The Yeshiva puts a strong emphasis on Gemara learning, which is complemented by shiurim in Tanach, Halacha, Machshava, and Aggada.