• IDC Herzliya

    There were no private educational institutions of significance in Israel until 1994, when IDC Herzliya was founded. Modeled on Ivy League Universities in the United States, IDC Herzliya is a non-profit corporate entity which is not subsidized by the government and is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in education and research. Its founders aimed to create an Israeli university for the third millennium – a university where personal achievement goes hand in hand with social responsibility. 
    IDC Herzliya

  • IDC Student Union

    The IDC Student Union was founded in 1994 and over the years has become a leading organization in its society involvement in social, community and cultural help. In addition, the Student Union is a recognized leader in the field of leadership and Zionism: activities and benefits for those serving in reserves, project “Love of the Land” – a series of annual tours throughout Israel, and the removal of an independent delegation to Poland and activities for holocaust survivors throughout the year. The Student Union is non-partisan, yet it is involved in “political” processes, with the understanding that social change is political change. At the same time, the Student Union encourages the students to take part in politics, and produces content and activities that will create a support for political involvement of students. Website

  • OU- JLIC

    The OU’s Seif Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (OU-JLIC) was created to help young men and women thrive in a campus environment and helps Jewish students observe key aspects of Jewish life, such as tefillah, kashrut, Shabbat, and chagim. JLIC educators serve as teachers and Torah role models within 23 universities , learning with students one-on-one, coordinating weekly classes, and organizing guest lectures and other events. 

    OU- JLIC 

  • Raphael Recanati International School

    The Raphael Recanati International School (RRIS) was established in order to allow students from around the world to benefit from the excellent academic programs at IDC Herzliya by offering several of these programs in English.  The school helps young, bright adults and promising students to develop the skills to become future leaders. International students learn side by side with their Israeli counterparts and are involved in all aspects of campus life. The school offers an extensive extracurricular program that takes students beyond the boundaries of the IDC Herzliya campus and acquaints them with the long, rich history and diversity of Israel.


  • Ruach Tova

    Ruach-Tova is the one-stop shop for any individual, group or organization wishing to volunteer, and for any person, group or organization requiring aid. Ruach-Tova took upon itself the task of developing volunteerism in Israel – and to do so, they provide counseling, guidance and assistance to both the volunteers and the recipients of their help.
    Ruach Tova

  • The Foundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in Israel

    The Foundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in Israel was established in 1994 by Holocaust survivors for Holocaust survivors.  It is a non-profit organization. The Foundation assisted over 60,000 needy Holocaust survivors in Israel in a variety of ways, such as: Providing nursing assistance in survivors’ homes, grants and refunds for essential expenses (like hearing aids or medical treatment), emergency alert buttons, financial assistance with dental treatment, eyeglasses, and so on. For this purpose, the Foundation works to obtain funding allocations and monetary grants from large institutions (the Claims Conference and the Government of Israel), and private ones (individual donors and companies in both Israel and abroad).  
    The Foundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in Israel 

  • The National Union of Israeli Students (NUIS)

    The National Union of Israeli Students (NUIS) is an umbrella organization representing 300,000 students in 64 higher education institutions and vocational schools throughout Israel. Founded in 1934, it strives to protect and promote students’ rights, in both the academic sphere and the socio-economic aspects. In addition, it aims to strengthen the Israeli society, by leading social reforms, creating public agendas and performing social and voluntary activities. This is due to their belief that the role of students exceeds acquiring knowledge, as they have the ability and responsibility to form, build and promote the society they live in.   NUIS also operates to create a joint dialogue and a relationship based on common values and understandings with students in campuses around the world. Thus, it is a member of several international student organizations, as well as Jewish students’ organizations. NUIS (In Hebrew)


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Hillel at IDC Herzliya
P.O. Box 167 Herzliya
46150 Israel

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