ULPAN 1 FOR SUMMER 2021 IS FULL. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN FUTURE HEBREW LESSONS, PLEASE FILL OUT THE INTEREST FORM BELOW. The Ulpan
To register for The Hebrew Experience: Virtual Ulpan Stage 3 Summer 2021, you must first take the exam from Stage 2 which you can take
Join us for a conversation with Jeremy Benstein, Author of Hebrew Roots, Jewish Routes: A Tribal Language in a Global World. Presented by The Council
Due to the unfolding impact of COVID-19 and our planned Hagigah Ivrit, celebrating Hebrew and Hebrew Culture are postponed. Visit HebrewLanguageCouncil.org for updates. The American Zionist
A joint program sponsored by the Council for Hebrew Language and Culture in North America, the American Zionist Movement, Behrman House Publishing and the World
The Council for Hebrew Language and Culture convened last week in New Jersey for its annual conference. The organization, established in 2013, aims to connect people to the Jewish culture, religion and language through Hebrew. This November the Council attained one of its initial goals — the establishment of professional network of teachers.
On Tuesday, August 20, more than 30 Israelis and Americans networked b’ivrit at Café Ivrit…Pub Edition!, the first event for ViZionYLD’s Hebrew immersion-based series for
Join ViZionYLD & Masa Israel for an evening of informal Hebrew networking. Practice your Hebrew-speaking skills over beera and chummus with other young professionals. Chat with young Israelis, and schmooze b’ivrit at the bar! Café Ivrit is a new initiative that uses the Hebrew language to further connect young professionals to their Jewish identity & the State of Israel.
The series uses a holistic approach of immersion and experiential learning to engage and inspire.
All levels are welcome. Yallah, Nu!!
Light Israeli refreshments will be served.
Just as fidelity to the Hebrew language was a key to our redemption from Egypt (Midrash Vayikra Rabba 32:5), so, too, was it a key to our survival throughout the long exile from our homeland. Dispersed to the four corners of the earth, our diligence in continuing to study and pray in Hebrew united us in a collective bond to our common inheritance and its values.