The 7th Seminar in Israel's 70 years   

on  20/04/2018 
Kesher - the Julia Koschitzky Seminar for Young Leadership
The Julie Koschitzky "KESHER" SEMINAR convened in Tel Aviv at the end of a 5-day visit to Israel, within the framework of the Annual Keren Hayesod World Conference.
Julie Koschitzky initiated the Seminar in 2011 and has been heading it since then.
She said: "This is the 7th Seminar in Israel's 70 years. It is my privilege to have witnessed this Jewish United Nations.
Julia Koschitzky, Keren Hayesod Honorary President.

"The past few days have been a roller coaster of emotions for me. We have witnessed the transition from great mourning to great celebration. This is the story of our life in Israel. One eye is shedding tears of sadness, while the other eye - - joy.
"One of the highlights of my work is witnessing the young people of "Kesher" from across the world ensuring that our future is in good hands.
David Koschitzky, Chairman of the Keren Hayesod World Board of Trustees, addresses the audience.

These young people are the future leaders of Keren Hayesod in their communities, ensuring that Keren Hayesod will keep strengthening our society. Keren Hayesod is an active partner in the outstanding success story of Israel. I have had the privilege of being involved in Keren Hayesod for three decades, working for the benefit of the State of Israel and the Jewish people.
David Koschitzky, Chairman of the Keren Hayesod World Board of Trustees and Julia Koschitzky, Keren Hayesod Honorary President with Kesher participants.

"In 30 or 40 years from now, you too will nurish a new generation of Keren Hayesod."
The young participents in "Kesher" Seminar visited Park Neot Kedumim, KH-UIA projects across the country; visited the Western Wall, experienced a travel by Jeeps in the north, visited a youth village, supported by Keren Hayesod and viewed the Day of Independence IDF planes Flypast over Tel Aviv.

Photos: Yechiel Riva


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