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  Yeshivat Ma’ale Gilboa http://www.maalegilboa.org
The yeshiva was established in 1993 by HaRav Yehuda Gilad and HaRav Shmuel Reiner and later joined by HaRav David Bigman. Currently, the three serve as the Roshei Hayeshiva. The yeshiva program accepts post-high school students who demonstrate leadership and academic abilities and who desire to complete a tour of full army service (thus our program is called Shiluv). The shiluv program consists of 2 years of yeshiva study and 3 years of army service. We also have a program for post-army students and overseas post-high school students.
  Midreshet Ein Hanatziv http://www.midrasha.org.il/
Midreshet Ein Hanatziv of the Religious Kibbutz Movement was established on 1986 on the initiative of young women eager to study Torah and deepen their faith. The Midrasha is designed to meet the needs of every young woman seeking to base her religious world upon commitment to Halacha.
  Yeshivat HaKibbutz HaDati http://www.kdati.org.il/dati-english/introduction.htm
Since its opening in 1976, Yeshivat HaKibbutz HaDati has been a dynamic, innovative and respected centre of Jewish learning. Situated on Kibbutz Ein Tzurim, a religious Zionist kibbutz, Yeshivat HaKibbutz HaDati provides an idyllic setting for the spiritual and intellectual growth of our students. Students worldwide have been enriched by our unique Israel Study experience. Our goal is to ensure that our students develop and acquire the necessary skills to ensure that they make a profound impact both in Israel and in their communities worldwide.
  Yaakov Herzog Center for Jewish Studies http://www.merkazherzog.org.il/about_english.html
The Yaacov Herzog Center was founded by the Religious Kibbutz Movement in memory of Dr. Yaacov Herzog who dedicated his life to the service of the Jewish people and the state of Israel, and was made possible by the generosity of Mr. Derrick Kleeman.


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