Im Tirtzu currently operates branches in campuses all over Israel: at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv University, Haifa University and Technion – Israel institute of Technology, Ben Gurion University in the Negev, Bar Ilan University, the Herzliya Interdisciplinary Center, Ariel University, Sapir College,the Holon Technological Institute, Tel-Hai college and Netanya college, Emek Yezreel college, The Open University, Betzalel Academy of arts and design.
Each branch consists of 2-4 coordinators who activate a core cadre of several dozen student activists who maintain ongoing activities, as well as several hundred less active students who receive alerts about activities and attend some of these. The branches are mainly involved in conducting educational and advocacy activities to strengthen the Zionist values and Jewish identity of the student body, while providing a response to the lack of any similar activities offered by the universities themselves.
The branches organize lectures and panel discussions with the participation of professors and academics, government ministers, Knesset Members and former and current politicians, media personalities and experts on security, statesmanship, Zionism and Judaism.
Activities also include screening films on issues related to Zionism, Judaism and the Arab-Israeli conflict, trips and guided tours all over the country, conducting voluntary activities to remedy socially problematic cases in neighborhoods in the vicinity of the campuses, as well as weekly meetings of the Beit Midrash for Zionism, distributing advocacy materials, Zionism magazines, flyers and collections of articles, running a booth at the center of the campus during weekdays of the academic year and providing responses to incidents involving anti-Zionist and anti-Israeli incitement on the campuses.
In addition, the branches also conduct cultural events related to Hebrew and Jewish culture and study evenings on issues related to Zionism, Judaism and current events.