Israeli Center

for young leaders

Raising and developing a young, caring, inquisitive, and value-based generation in order to create a better society

- Zionism, Leadership, Activism, Entrepreneurship - and Social involvement

- Zionism, Leadership, Social Entrepreneurship - and action oriented

Promoting personal development through social contribution and involvement.

Providing young visionary teenagers the essential practical tools to fulfill their aspirations of becoming future leaders in Israel

Deepening teenagers’ linkage to the values of democracy and Jewish tradition

Constructing and cultivating relations between Israeli teenagers and their diaspora counterparts.

Reshaping international public opinion about Israel

Harnessing new media instruments to deepen personal ties between young entrepreneurs.

Young Ambassadors

Direct community-facing leadership. The Center's training courses train participants in a unique project that combines a challenging curriculum that includes value procurement, intellectual knowledge gain and deep understanding of diplomacy and public relations. (Hasbara)

Practical Leadership

The center’s training course is designed to train young students through practical engagement. The rigorous program includes workshops, lectures, and deep discussions through which students harness deep-knowledge and broaden their perspectives in diplomacy and international relations.

Practical Leadership

The Israeli Center for Young Leadership trains young people to become the future pillar of Israeli society by creating new ways of thinking in a contemporary and modern framework while imparting pragmatic skills and capabilities.

Young Ambassadors

Community-facing leadership without borders. The Center's training course prepares participants for a unique project which combines a challenging curriculum with acquiring values, knowledge and deep understanding of diplomacy and public relations. (Hasbara)

Values

- Creating social involvement, responsibility and formulating a leadership worldview to establish social norms and a new way of living
- Fostering motivation among youth to be centers of innovation and excellence in society.
-Promoting the development and personal acquisition of self-awareness and personal identity in the fields of leadership and life skills.
- Development and implementation of tools and skills from the business world: encouraging entrepreneurship, innovation and creative thinking
- Commitment to act according to ethical and moral standards
- Volunteering and contributing to the community

Goals

-‘Be A Person’ - tolerance and accepting others
- Strengthening the affinity for democratic values
- Aspiration for excellence.
-Giving of oneself - caring, involvement and volunteering
- Self actualization.
- Freedom of choice
-The power of teamwork
Even though the Young Ambassadors program has ended, I know our achievement and progress keep growing; to the contrary - the true test of ambassadorship starts the day after a program ends: in whether we will use the knowledge we gained and new skill sets in our day-to-day life.”
-A Young Ambassador From ‘Elians’ High School, Tel Aviv
“I am very lucky that I participated in the program: my world view has changed and the skills I’ve acquired are useful and applicable in all facets of life.”
Drom HaSharon
“I have to admit that, based on my first impression from our meeting in Tzfat, From Elkana’s excited remarks, and undeniable, consistent, and ongoing attendance of young people who have grown throughout the year, I must say well done! It is not a given today, especially given that this is a non-formal educational framework the students choose to participate in. Have a great vacation and come back recharged next year.”
Miss Ayelet Avramovitz, Main Principal, You-University

Partners

The Israeli Center for Young Leadership is an educational initiative that strives to promote youth in Israel. We keep expanding with the help of our partners: both individual contributors and organizations. Their priceless support enables us to keep moving forward.

Our gratitude and appreciation is granted to those who participate in our programs and activities.

Contact

  • Raoul Wallenberg 6, Ramat HaHayal, Tel Aviv
  • phone: 03-7442587
  • fax: 03-7442603
  • mrtnoar@gmail.com