Kol Hakavod, Michael Kay Israel Leadership Fellows

Weber’s dedication to a rigorous and sophisticated approach to Zionism and Israel education shone through during this week's Michael Kay Israel Leadership Fellows (MKILF) second retreat of the year. Fellows explored complex issues, including in-depth conversations about Political Zionism and becoming Israel educators, and were equipped with a comprehensive suite of tools and resources for continuous learning on platforms they engage with daily, like YouTube, social media, and podcasts. The educational content was delivered by a team of academic experts, including Dr. Noam Weissman from OpenDor Media and educators from Unpacked For Educators, Avi Posen, Sarah Gordon, and Yonatan Buckman. The retreat was organized and designed by Director of Israel and Global Education, Bernadette May-Beaver.

The Michael Kay Israel Leadership Fellows is made possible by a generous grant by Ann Kay and her family in the name of their late husband and father, Michael Kay z”l.
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