The cause that drove Judi Kovach, co-founder and chair of the Cleveland Kids’ Book Bank, to embrace the value of tikkun olam is children’s access to books, however she said others should work to find a cause that inspires them toward that same Jewish value.
See what Israel has in store for you and other young leaders! Experience Israel’s vibrant arts and culture scene, learn about innovative technology, network with leaders in the nation’s up and coming industries, taste the flavors of the country, and find your own connection to Israel. Whether this is your first time to Israel or a returning visit, you’re sure to have an unforgettable experience.
Jewish Clevelander Anna Lowenstein is spending 10 months in Cleveland's sister city of Beit Shean, teaching English to Israeli students through the "Masa Israel Teaching Fellows" program. Read an excerpt from her travel blog below: