During a recent seminar in Melbourne, Netzer leaders, led by Federal Merakezet Alice Chipkin, came up with their own Four Questions about the concept of freedom.
Netzer recently held their annual Summer Junior Camp for Years 3-9, Machane MaHaMatzav (Camp What’s Up).
Shnat Netzer is a ten month leadership gap year program encompassing participants from all over Australia and South Africa. Shnat Netzer involves independent living, intensive education from top Israeli educators, volunteering, sightseeing in Israel, working on a kibbutz (an agricultural community) and so much more. The Shnat Netzer program is designed to not only be a fantastic year of self development and growth, but to equip participants with all the tools they need to be the future leadership of Netzer and the wider Jewish community. The program is also an opportunity for the participants to engage fully with Netzer’s ideology and explore how they want to live their lives, formulating a personal Jewish Identity and connection with Israel.
Netzer leader Ben Milston was featured on ABC program The 7.30 Report, describing his preparations to serve in the IDF.
Netzer Australia (Inc) is the Zionist Youth Movement of the Progressive Jewish Community of Australia. We are part of an expanding world-wide movement, with Netzer branches in Israel, Europe, North and South America (we are in fact the largest Zionist youth movement in the world as of 2004). We are also expanding within Australia-we have chanichim (participants) in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane. Click here to read more about Netzer on their website.
Calling all Netzer campers!