Application

Application Process

Candidates for Nativ apply online. Applicants must submit a formal application and all supporting documentation before their files will be reviewed. Click here for a checklist of all items necessary for a completed application. In addition, a personal interview with a Nativ representative is required.

Applications and all supporting information must be submitted to the Nativ office no later than February 1st.

Applications received after that date are subject to the committee’s ability to review and act upon them. A formal acceptance letter will be issued by the Nativ office and is the sole evidence of admission. Letters of acceptance are normally sent out at the beginning of April to candidates who have completed the application process on time.

Early Action Process

It is possible to apply for Nativ through the early action process. Applicants who have submitted their application – including all recommendations, transcripts, and medical forms – by December 1st will be eligible for early acceptance. Applicants who have been accepted to the program will be given notice of their acceptance by mid-January. The Nativ admission committee may decide, however, to defer a candidate’s acceptance decision to the beginning of April, when the rest of the applicant pool is notified.

Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

About to graduate high school?

Live, learn, make lifetime friends and explore Israel for an unforgettable year before college. Nativ is a challenging
academic year program dedicated to creating and
inspiring the Conservative Jewish leaders of tomorrow.

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