are useful links for more kibbutz volunteer information. Please
contact me if you would
like a site added.
Kibbutz Volunteer Guide
A 20-page PDF file that I wrote containing a summary of
information on how to be a kibbutz volunteer and an actual
application form so you can see what questions are asked
when applying. Download, read online, e-mail to friends
or print out for handy reference. (You will need the free
Adobe reader to view it which can be downloaded from here.)
Very famous book about being a kibbutz volunteer in Israel.
This is the working traveller's guide to Israel and the
Palestinian territories including: kibbutzim & moshavim,
archaeological digs, tourism, conservation, au pair work,
IS A KIBBUTZ?
A definition from the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Representatives - Israel
The main Kibbutz Representatives office in Tel Aviv.
Too old for a kibbutz placement?
The basic and simple idea of wwoofing is that you are willing
to volunteer in a farm for several hours a day, five days a week
and in return
you receive from your host free food and accommodation. Anyone
above 18 years old from any nationality can join WWOOF Israel.
A kibbutz program centre for Takam.
The kibbutz representatives office in New York, USA.
Voice Of Peace
The only radio station I listened to from 1989-1993!
Volunteering - Israel
Travel the world with volunteer work.
A program for volunteers to do civilian work on Israeli army bases.
Volunteers for ecological and humanitarian projects in Israel.
Another agency with offices in Israel and Ohio.
Community volunteering in Israel.
A site dedicated to hiking and backpacking in Israel.
A new site with a volunteer-finding service.
for Research on the Kibbutz
Research, teaching and kibbutz knowledge.
A very useful site for backpackers.
A Swedish girl called Emma and her adventures on a kibbutz.
Rob's memories of his time on Kibbutz Rosh Hanikra.
As the name suggests, a great source of information including
backpacking in Israel.
A Yahoo Club for ex-volunteers of Kibbutz Naan. Did you survive
the Naan experience?!
An organisation in South Africa that can arrange a place on a
kibbutz for you.
All things Jewish.
Some great writing and advice.
Dog Travel Guide
A very cool site for backpackers.
A great site for helping you work abroad on a budget.
Embassy - London
The Israeli Embassy in London.
Britain's only regional Jewish newspaper with separate editions
for Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool & Glasgow.
Europe on a Budget
A very informative resource for people who want to backpack around
A tourist site that contains a list of kibbutzim Web sites.
Site from a former Tel-Katzir volunteer
Lots of useful information.
A site for former Kibbutz Shefayim volunteers.
Dave's site for volunteer leaders looking for volunteers.
Jewish and Israeli resources worldwide. News updates, street tours,
6000+ sites, plus... kosher database, Jewish search, humour.
Shaar Haamakim Volunteers
Dani's site to reunite ex-vols from Kibbutz Shaar Haamakim --
go here if you danced to Men At Work on a Friday night!
A place for ex-volunteers to post photos of the time spent on
Adventure travel guide to independent travel in Israel and the
Sinai Desert, based on the TV series GlobeTrekker.
Overseas volunteers for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
Looking for ex-volunteers from Kibbutz Dafna?
A great site for working travellers.
A Career Break
Ideas to help you take a career break, maybe travel?
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