Roadmap of Programs
Adventure Based Leadership:
Inaugural Term: Summer 2023
Green Entrepreneurship is a form of social entrepreneurship that involves starting a venture to address issues related to the environment. This term can also be used to refer to a regular business venture that chooses to invest in environmentally friendly alternatives such as clean energy, energy-efficient office space, and more. At WAIE, the two-week program provides an immersive opportunity for young scholars to learn how to start their own environmentally impactful business.
Inaugural Term: Autumn 2024
Secondary education serves young scholars in grades 7 through 14 (ages 12 to 20 years old). It is the final segment of their education as they build generational wealth while preparing for life in the real world as entrepreneurs, innovators, and leaders for a better global world. During their time with WAIE, young scholars will participate in courses from Holistic Health, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Humanities for World Culture, and STREAM for Environmental Stewardship.
Inaugural Term: Autumn 2026
Primary education serves students in grades 1 through 6 (ages 6 to 12 years old). It is the foundational segment of their learning, helping them build social-emotional intelligence while preparing for a future as innovators in a global community. During their time with WAIE, young scholars will participate in courses from Holistic Health, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Humanities for World Culture, and STREAM for Environmental Stewardship.
Inaugural Term: Autumn 2026
Early education serves students in prenatal, postnatal, daycare, and all levels of preschool (0 to 6 years old). It is the key segment of life that allows children to grow to be healthy individuals who will later become members of a community that loves and cares for them. During their time with WAIE, young scholars will participate in courses from Holistic Health, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Humanities for World Culture, and STREAM for Environmental Stewardship.
Homeless, Runaway, and Foster Care
Inaugural Term: Autumn 2027
Providing sustainable and reliable housing for homeless, runaway, and foster youth is essential to improving educational outcomes. Young scholars will be supported by our residential staff and participate in the Hebrew lifestyle while receiving housing, meals, and education. They will be able to live with the community through school and up to two years after graduation as they start a business, enter the workforce, or attend a higher education institution.
Inaugural Term: Autumn 2028
The Innovation Center is a community space that can be used for social events, immersions, co-working, and more for our youth. This would allow us to reduce the cost of operations for renting facilities from others for events and immersions. Also, we will be able to invite nonprofits and for-profits who serve youth to rent the facility to help raise funds for financial aid and scholarships. The facility will be built on or near the dormitory so young scholars may be paid to work there.