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Registration now open

May 2nd – 17th, 2018

Michigan will be rockin’ Israel with 15 action packed days of touring and learning. If you want to see Israel in a way which blends amazing group dynamic with freedom to explore on your own, then this is your destination. So whether you’ve never been to Israel, or you’re coming back for another round, we guarantee you’ll see new sights, and learn new things. Sign up by March 20th for our very limited $250 price! Btw, we’ve already booked group tickets, direct from JFK on El Al!

  • Free nights for partying and exploring
  • Daily tours, Jerusalem, Tzfat, the Negev
  • Inspirational Jewish learning
  • Price as low as $250, full price only $2499.
    Price includes airfare, transportation, most meals, and lodging!
    Most students are eligible for our $250 scholarship price. Apply today and find out.

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JRC Israel vs. Birthright

JRC Israel Birthright Israel
Do I get to travel with a group? Yes Yes
How do we get to Israel? Direct flight on El Al from NYC Depends on the trip
Free nights? At every possibility A few hours in Tel Aviv/Jerusalem
Where do we stay? We’ve found that staying in a new place each night is a schlep, so we make Jerusalem our home base for most of the trip Different locations almost every night.
What will I learn? Daily inspirational Jewish themed learning dealing with modern day issues. Tour through ancient historic Israel. Spend time with local Israelis. And more Daily Israeli geo/political issues. Modern history. Experience with IDF soldiers. And more
What activities will we do? Jeeping, kayaking, wine tasting, hiking, personal concerts, small group meetings with Israeli leaders, desert hike, bonfires, Save A Child’s Heart, and a lot more. Since we have 15 days we’re able to do more and at a slower pace Depends on the trip, but you’ll get to do many of the same activities as JRC Israel
How religious is the trip? Tends to be more spiritual Tends to be more secular

Got a question? Let’s grab a coffee

I’d love to discuss our trip (or anything from food to philosophy, for that matter). Coffee is on the house, so, hit me up!

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