The Birthright Israel Foundation is searching for passionate trip veterans to speak about their experiences as official Alum Ambassadors.

The ambassadors will address peers and leaders in the Jewish and Israel nonprofit community at various events. They will also have input on future programming. The opportunity is open to alumni from Birthright, Onward Israel and Excel trips.

Three Birthright alumni co-chair the program: Eden Cohen, senior adviser to Israel’s envoy to combat antisemitism; Jordyn Tilchen, pro-Israel activist and social-media personality; and Arel Moodie, bestselling author and Disney+ host.

Tilchen said her Birthright experience “ignited a true love for Israel that will never burn out,” according to a release.

Ambassadors receive a $1,500 stipend. They must be able to travel as needed and participate in a minimum of three speaking engagements during the year. The foundation said it will cover their travel expenses.


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