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Workshop participants will take part in seminars, hiking trips, and educational excursions and spend the first half of the year (Boneh) learning important life skills while living with their peers.
The second half (Kaveret) is spent employing those skills in stimulating placements, with Israeli youth, meant to build responsibility, confidence, and instill personal achievement.
In between these two parts of the Workshop program, participants choose a 10-day educational experience (Ofek) where they actively engage in one of four activities including agricultural work, study at a secular Jewish yeshiva, an ulpan (Hebrew language) course or a backpacking hike (tiyul).
In addition, Workshop participants will visit important historical sites in Poland to experience a thorough historical overview of the Shoah (Holocaust) and the role of youth movements within it.