Taglit-Birthright Israel is an innovative partnership between the People of Israel through the Government of Israel, Jewish communities around the world (North American Jewish Federations) through the United Jewish Communities (UJC), and leading private philanthropists.
This trip is a 10-day tour of Israel completely FREE. Available to Jewish young adults, ages 18 through 26.
· Tour, hike and jeep throughout Israel
· Climb the ancient fortress of Masada
· Float in the Dead Sea
· Enjoy the culture, and excitement of Jerusalem & Tel Aviv
· Experience a warm and fun-filled traditional Shabbat
· Tour the cities of Tiberias and Safed
· Meet Israeli students, soldiers, politicians & business leaders
· Nightlife in Tel Aviv
· Party Time!!!
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When registering select:
Trip Dates: University of Hartford Trip
School: University of Hartford
Departing from: New York
Reference: Rabbi Kulek (860) 997-2921
THIS WILL ALLOW US TO ADVOCATE FOR YOU AND ENSURE THAT YOU GET PRIORITY SELECTION.
YOU CAN TRAVEL WITH ANY FRIEND FROM BACK HOME OR ANOTHER SCHOOL
Mayanot allows you to register with your friends and to list who you want to travel with.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO TRAVEL ON THE UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD TRIP
Even if you cannot travel on the dates of the official University of Hartford trip, list University of Hartford as your first choice. When you are interviewed you will be able to specify when you can or cannot travel.
ANYONE IN THE KNOW WILL TELL YOU THAT DALIA AND RABBI KULEK ARE THE BEST TO TRAVEL WITH!
Each trip has a Jewish educator. Jewish educators are not there to boss around or judge the students, they are there to answer questions and advocate for the needs of the students.
“Your kindness, honesty, and selflessness is inspiring and worth emulating.”
“You are open to questions and your nonjudgmental attitude towards all people, ideas and ways of life.”
“You are the first rabbi I feel a connection to.” - Sharon S.
“I truly felt more comfortable on this trip than I ever have felt before thanks to your warmth.” - Daniel H.
“I can’t believe how lucky I got, considering I joined a random trip” -Tali B.
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