{LAST CALL} FREE WEBINAR! Making Aliyah with Kids — Everything You Need to Know!

Aliyah Landing at Ben Gurion

LAST CALL! The free MAKING ALIYAH WITH KIDS WEBINAR is happening TODAY, Monday, May 28th, at 10 am EST.

If you haven’t registered yet, please go ahead and do that, because there are only a couple spots left. Can’t wait to see you!

I am very excited to announce that I’m getting together with my friend Lara of Olim Advisors again for a special FREE one-hour webinar all about making aliyah with children.

Our last Facebook Live was so well received, that we decided to make this a semi-regular thing.

So on Monday, May 29th, we’ll be hosting you our first LIVE webinar at 10 am EST (7 am in California — and 5 pm in Israel) to explore what is honestly the most important topic if you are contemplating aliyah — and are a parent.

(If you can’t make it “live”, go ahead and register anyway  — we’ll send you the recording the next day!)

Whether your kids are still in diapers, or getting ready for college, or anywhere in between, we will cover everything you need to know about moving to Israel with your “junior” family members.

Topics will include:

* How to talk to your children about your decision to make aliyah

* Whether kids should get a vote in the aliyah decision

* How to pick the right community for your family

* Registering your children for schools (and navigating Israeli schools in general!)

* Helping your school-aged children adjust to their new educational frameworks

* The role of “chugim” (after-school activities) in your life post-aliyah

* And lots more…

We also want to answer all your questions about making aliyah with children.

If you’d like, you can email me your questions between now and Monday and I’ll be sure we address them in the webinar. Or, there will be plenty of time to ask your questions live during the webinar.

To sign up for the Kids & Aliyah Webinar (it’s free!), just CLICK THIS LINK.

P.S. If you missed my and Lara’s earlier Facebook Live together, you can check it out below.

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