5 Israel programs you’ve got to check out

27 Mar

Are you going on an Israel program this summer? Need a little extra money to help get you there?

If you are between the ages of 13 and 30 and have been accepted to a program sponsored by an accredited academic, experiential or volunteer base program (examples: BBYO, NFTY, USY, Young Judaea, etc.) between 3 and 52 weeks, you are eligible to apply for a S.K.I.P (Send-a-Kid-to Israel program) scholarship through The Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee! skip ad april 2014

If you’re still looking for the perfect summer trip, here are 5 Israel programs you’ve got to check out. If you have been accepted to any of these programs, apply for a S.K.I.P scholarship now! Don’t delay – the deadline to apply is April 4th.

1. Alexander Muss High School in Israel (AMHSI)
Discover the magic of Israel while earning high school and college credit

2. Young Judaea
Choose between 5 specialized teen summer programs or spend a gap year in Israel after high school or college.

3. NFTY in Israel
Study abroad for high school credit, travel for 4 weeks in Israel or go to Europe and Israel for 5 weeks.

4. USY
Offers several different Israel and combination Europe/Israel trips.

5. BBYO Passport
Explore Israel, gain leadership skills, and visit European countries like Spain and Italy.

Can’t find something you’re interested in? Check out tons of other similar programs or apply for a MASA program and ask us about our MASA travel scholarships.

S.K.I.P is presented in partnership with the Shapiro Teen Engagement Program (STEP) of The Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee. STEP Logo


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