The MLIC ensures that Masa Fellows own a profound and enduring connection to Israel and the Jewish People. We build capacity among Masa Fellows and alumni to diversify, shape and strengthen the Jewish world.
The Masa Leadership and Impact Center (MLIC) Partnership Tracks are crafted for Masa Fellows to delve deeper into topics facilitated by professionals in the field, and are oriented towards volunteer or professional placements following Masa.
Who should apply?

Aspiring post-college and Masa Gap Fellows who are passionate and purposeful about impacting the Jewish world and beyond. Participation in partnership tracks will be noted in your application for MLIC Leadership Fellowships.

How many tracks can I apply for?

You may apply for up to two tracks and can prioritize your choice. Acceptance is restricted to one track only. Spaces are limited to 25 people per track..

Are tracks online or in-person?

Tracks are currently slated to take place online. This may be subject to change as we continue to monitor Health Ministry guidelines.

When do the tracks meet?
Tracks take place over seven sessions on Tuesdays between 18:00-21:00 and participation in all sessions upon acceptance is mandatory.
  • Opening Event for all tracks: Feb. 9th
  • Track Dates: Feb. 16th, Feb. 23rd, Mar. 2nd, Mar. 9th, and Mar. 16th
  • Closing Event for all tracks: Mar. 22nd

Tracks Available for Post-College Masa Fellows:
Jewish Women International
Jewish Women International (JWI) is the leading Jewish organization working to empower women and girls by protecting their safety, health, rights, and economic security; championing women’s leadership; and inspiring civic participation and community engagement. This track will explore women’s leadership — how women lead and what women’s leadership could mean for workplaces and communities; as well as the biases and challenges still faced by women.
The Jewish Federations of North America
The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) represents 146 Jewish Federations and over 300 Network communities. The Federation movement, collectively among the top 10 charities on the continent, protects and enhances the well-being of Jews worldwide through the values of tikkun olam (repairing the world), tzedakah (charity and social justice) and Torah (Jewish learning). We work in the fields of caregiving, aging, philanthropy, disability, foreign policy, homeland security and health care, we are thought leaders and advocates.
PresenTense is an Israel based non-profit, promotes an inclusive society, one where diverse communities are equally represented in the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Israel, known as the ‘Startup Nation’. After more then 10 years in the field during which we met thousands of entrepreneurs, hundreds of Startups, companies and NGOs, we are proud to say that we are the biggest entrepreneurship school in Israel.

Track Available Only for Masa Gap Fellows:
Foundation for Jewish Camp
Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC) fosters excellence and accelerates innovation at Jewish camps across North America by developing adaptive talent, deepening immersive learning experiences, and driving field growth. FJC supports camps in their effort to provide a lifelong connection to Judaism and elevates Jewish camp on the cultural and philanthropic agenda.

Track Available Only for MITF Fellows:
The Sabi Dot
The Sabi Dot is Avy Leghziel's platform to help ambitious professionals cultivate their career and productivity. Avy is a professional development specialist, and through his consulting practice - MPH - he serves individuals and organizations. MPH (My Purpose Hacked) is designed to help you make clarity on what your professional value is and on how you can navigate the job market with it.

The MLIC ensures that Masa Fellows own a profound and enduring connection to Israel and the Jewish People.  We build capacity among Masa Fellows and alumni to diversify, shape and strengthen the Jewish world.

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