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Have you turned 18? Did you finish high school? Does that mean you don’t want to meet more guys and be part of a group? Even at the age of 18 you can find yourself in the company of friends and friends, expecting and excited to be still part of this great thing that has changed our lives!
The adult groups
Iggy knows that much of the development of sexual or gender identity continues to brew in many of us even at older ages. And beyond questions about sexuality and gender, Iggy’s friends and girlfriends also seem to be meeting our older lives as well. Iggy’s adult groups allow young men and women (ages 18-22) to take part in a social group, to continue learning once a week on a variety of topics, and most of all to feel part of something bigger.
Iggy’s adult groups are also completely a space of doing and creating within the organization, capable of influencing and shaping the reality within it. There are two annual seminars for the adult groups during the year.
Continued: Service year
Want to do a meaningful education right after the end of 12th grade? To learn countless tools for life and to make a pioneering act within a proud youth organization? A proud youth organization offers you a year of service as part of a proud core in Tel Aviv or the periphery.
What is a year of service? An option in which the state allows the military service to be rejected per year, during which time it chooses to volunteer in various educational settings. During the year, you engage in a number of key areas: cohabitation (cohabitation with several friends and friends), educational assignments (morning and afternoon school activities in informal settings), hands-on learning (co-teaching as part of the whole volunteer experience) and construction (Taking part in shaping the nature of the service year and tasks as a nucleus).
The year of service is in Tel Aviv or the periphery (currently at Kibbutz Ruhama near Sderot). The residence is in a neighborhood in the south of the city or the center of Kibbutz Ruhama. The educational tasks are also carried out in LGBT frameworks in the proud youth organization, but for the most part these are educational tasks for the general population in community centers and high schools in Tel Aviv, or at the Sha’ar Hanegev school near Sderot and children’s homes in mourning and generations. Volunteers in Rocha participate in educational missions in both the council and the projects (which each community builds) unique on the kibbutz. This is the sixth year that we will begin the service year project, after six existing communes: the Aden, Beaver, Tide, Dror and Echo municipalities (Tel Aviv municipalities) and the Commune of the True (the first community in Ruhama).
In addition, Iggy is giving out a national service for Iggy for the second year. The national service is shared by the Shlomit movement, and the morning and afternoon tasks are through traffic. Iggy’s service members are involved in tasks such as the Shinshines, and they live in the first national service community in Be’er Sheva.