Let’s meet in Israel to reboot our energy and community strategies! Bring your ideas, share your goals and meet the top Maccabi leaders in Kfar Maccabiah. Enjoy the festive events, the sightseeing, and the Hasbara sessions. Benefit from the networking during the MWU Congress and take advantage of the community activities from Europe to the USA.
Come with an open mind and enjoy the different aspects of the seminar.
Gather with like-minded people. The participants are between 18 and 35 years old. Each of them is a high achiever and has a heart of gold. They are motivated to build a successful career, an international network and a vibrant Jewish community life in their country. The motto of our participants is Work hard, Play hard.
Understand the politics. The top leaders from ALL the continents join the MWU Congress to express their local challenges and find new ways of reboot the community life.
Get involved in Hasbara. The government of Israel are sending delegates to reveal the power of successful Hasbara communication. The growing number of anti-Semitic attacks in the diaspora require strategies and tools to change the current associations about Jews and Israel.
Create action plans. The last 2 years of pandemic significantly reduced the number of community events. The people are still there but their interest in involvement is low. It’s time to reboot our strategies, make some buzz and create a vibrant and sustainable community life regardless the uncertainty that the world is experiencing at the moment.
Be the master of small talk. Inauguration celebrations and cultural events are the best occasions to make new relationships with people you can learn from or whom you can help develop. Cooperation is key.
Have fun. Bring your Purim costume and celebrate with your new European, American, South-American, South-African, Israeli and Australian friends. Tel Aviv never sleeps, and do you?
One step before the registration, check the up-to-date Covid restrictions in Israel: https://corona.health.gov.il/en/abroad/arriving-foreign-nationals/
Every person entering Israel must take a PCR test upon arrival at Ben Gurion Airport and must remain in quarantine in the hotel room until the test arrives. The PCR test costs 80 NIS if you book online here: https://testngo.femi.com/en/sign-in or 100 NIS if you pay on the spot.
Register now and have the time of your life at the Maccabi Global FLF Reboot Seminar. 🙂
250 EUR or 300 USD
Registration is open until 14th February.