Spend Three Weeks in Israel on a Service Learning Adventure!
July 9 – 31, 2017
Designed specifically for New York area teens, this trip will take you on a hands-on inspirational journey. Traveling through all parts of the country, you’ll explore issues of environmental consciousness along with the technology and resources at the forefront of agricultural advancements and social sustainability. Through the exploration of Jewish values in these tangible contexts, examining the issues driving global change, you’ll return home armed and ready to make improvements in your local community.
On Roots Israel you will have the opportunity to:
* Plant a garden
* Build a nature path for the disabled
* Spend an afternoon sheep herding
* Earn community service hours
* Make new friends
* Repair the world
All this while touring our ancestral homeland and digging deep into Israeli and Jewish history. Fill your soul with the spirit of tikkun olam, do good, learn some and have the best summer ever!
Be part of the first ever Roots Israel Summer tour.
Roots Israel is a joint project of the Alexander Muss High School in Israel and the Jewish National Fund.
Roots Israel is a recipient of support from the New York Teen Initiative. The New York Teen Initiative is jointly funded by UJA-Federation of New York and the Jim Joseph Foundation. The Jewish Education Project serves as lead operator of the initiative.