Welcome to our News section. Here you will find links to:
- Our award-winning monthly enewsletter in printable downloadable PDF format.
- A Press Center with news articles and press releases about Yemin Orde from media sources around the globe.
- Access to a photo library of images of our youth, the Village and partner educational communities. You can also request high resolution images for reproduction purposes.
- Access to our video library.
Village Way Educational Initiatives recently completed a comprehensive survey of graduates from partner educational communities that have completed the three-year Village Way Integration Process. Twelve graduate communities participated in this process with an impressive 89 percent response rate for this survey. The results indicate positive general impressions of Village Way community graduates: The majority of […]Read More
Calling all West Coast residents! This trip to Israel is for YOU! Friends of Yemin Orde has put together an exciting trip for those who have already visited Israel and are looking to return for a travel experience that is unique and inspiring. Contact Lianne@yeminorde.org to register. Click here for detailed itinerary. As we traverse the […]Read More
Finishing Touches to New Entrance Mural The colorful mural that graces the new entrance to the Village is now complete! The mural’s final wall was installed signifying the finish of the year-long project. The colorful mosaic and hand-painted mural represents significant landmarks in the Village. Yemin Orde’s teens and youth volunteers all pitched in throughout […]Read More
Yemin Orde Youth Village received the sacred gift of a new Sefer Torah that was donated to the Village by the family of a young girl who was murdered by terrorists in 2003. The dedication of a new Sefer Torah is typically celebrated in a synagogue with great joy. Indeed, this gift brought much celebration […]Read More
Very dear friends and partners, Shalom In the face of the recent ruling in Israel, which excludes the Reform and Conservative movements, I feel that our basic values are under attack, and find it imperative to connect with you and share our angle. Whatever else must happen to the Jewish People?! Which painful, historic lesson […]Read More
The 2017 graduates of Yemin Orde High School received their diplomas on June 20 in front of hundreds of family members, educators, friends and special guests. This year’s class of 120 graduates proudly strolled across the amphitheater’s stage to receive diplomas and heartfelt hugs and applause. Galit Leibovitch, Principal, Yemin Orde High School, praised the […]Read More
Yemin Orde’s gap-year leadership programs for immigrant youth (called mechina in Hebrew) hosted two inspiring graduation programs. At the men’s mechina, 55 graduates discussed new leadership skills and knowledge learned as they prepared to serve in Israel’s military. At IsraElite, the women’s leadership program, 29 graduates proudly shared stories of their training experiences which included […]Read More
An energetic year-end music recital showcased the talents of students at Yemin Orde Youth Village who participated in voice-development and music lessons. The vibe was electric, and not just because the snug performance space at the top of Beit Joie, which houses the Village’s art and music studios, was filled with drums, electric guitars and […]Read More
A group of students from Adivi Ashkelon Ort Technology High School recently returned from a two-day camping and hiking trip. The school is a partner educational community of Village Way Educational Initiatives (VWEI). The “Israeli Journey,” modeled after Yemin Orde’s annual Challenge (Etgar) Hike, tests the students physical and emotional endurance, strengthens connections to other students […]Read More
In Yemin Orde’s third annual Debate Championship, 11 participants explored a range of social and deeply personal issues—from the importance of actively caring for the environment to how agriculture and technology contribute to Israel. One emotional speech discussed the distress of his parents’ divorce and another student spoke about the adversity of being an orphan. […]Read More