Summer Opportunities

Summer Opportunities


 


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Taglit Birthright Israel

www.israelforfree.com
You can go to Israel this summer for free!

Registration for Spring/Summer 2013 trips opens February 13, 2013 at 10 AM EST for new applicants.
Registration for past applications opens February 11, 2013 at 10 AM EST. If you are a past applicant you will need your user name and password. If you don't have this information please contact us NOW!

We will be happy to answer any questions you have! 
Call us at 1 800 567 4772 OR 416 398 6931

 

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Summer Israel Volunteer Experience

This six week journey will enhance your relationship with Israel and Israelis through significant hands-on volunteer opportunities in a unique Israeli community.  During this adventure, you will experience day-to-day life in Israel by living in apartments in Bat Yam, interacting with Israelis and volunteering in the local community.  Onward Israel Bat Yam will enable you to mold your own experience: you will volunteer four days a week, and will also have significant free time for your own exploration of Tel Aviv and central Israel.  Group activities, opportunities to interact with Israeli peers and organized excursions round out this exciting and dynamic opportunity.   Toronto’s Onward Israel program in Bat Yam, a suburb of Tel Aviv, is a unique collaboration between the Jewish Agency for Israel, UJA Federation of Greater Toronto, Canada Israel Experience and Young Judaea Israel.

Dates: June 3 – July 14, 2013

Cost: $300 plus airfare, as well as a $100 refundable deposit

Apply at: http://www.onwardisrael.com/category/toronto

Application Deadline: March 24, 2013

 

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Celebrate Jewish Life in Vienna: Past, Present and Future

This is an educational and inspirational Jewish trip for interested students into the heart of Europe: Vienna.  Students will spend eight days in Vienna and the surrounding area visiting cultural and historic sites and spending time with prominent members of the Jewish community and Austrian political scene. The program includes extensive exploration of the Jewish quarter, visits to museums, tours of the greater Vienna area by bus, bicycle, and foot, Shabbat celebrations at the famous Stadttempel and dinner with Jewish peers, a visit to the Austrian Foreign Ministry, and plenty of time to explore the city independently.  Thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Jewish Welcome Service of Vienna, accommodations, most meals, tourist attractions, museum admissions and all ground transportation associated with the final itinerary will be covered.

Dates: May 21-29, 2013.

Cost: $300 plus airfare (participants arrange their own travel)

Apply at: http://tinyurl.com/viennaapplication

**Applications considered on a rolling basis, seats are extremely limited.

 

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March of Remembrance and Hope

www.remembranceandhope.com

March of Remembrance and Hope (MRH) provides campus student leaders with the education and understanding they need to stand up and speak out against antisemitism, Holocaust denial, genocide, racism and other forms of discrimination.

Visit Berlin, Warsaw, Krakow, Lublin along with Holocaust and historic
memorial sites such as Wannsee House, Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, Schindler Museum, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Majdanek, Treblinka, Warsaw Ghetto, Museum of the History of Polish Jews (newly opened in Warsaw).

During your trip, you will be accompanied by Holocaust survivors, expert Holocaust educators and meet one of the Polish Righteous Among the Nations.

Deadline: Wednesday March 6
Cost: $1000 with subsidies available
Where: Germany and Poland
When: May 26-June 3
Who: University students