JSU seeks teens for four-week trip to Israel


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Not sure how to provide your teen with a quality and meaningful Jewish programming this coming summer?  Send him or her on Jewish Student Union’s “Anne Samson Jerusalem Journey” (TJJ).  TJJ is an inspirational four-week touring experience in Israel for Jewish teens currently in grades 9-12. 

TJJ is an action-packed, transformative journey which allows participants to learn more about their Jewish heritage and culture by interfacing with the history, people and Land of Israel. TJJ includes activities all over Israel, such as hiking through waterfalls in the Judean Desert and the Golan Heights, torpedo boating and snorkeling in Eilat’s Red Sea, kayaking down the mighty Jordan River, rappelling off the stunning cliffs of the upper Galilee mountain range, navigating through a water obstacle course in the Sea of the Galilee and more. 

TJJ participants will gain an appreciation for both the ancient and modern sites of Israel.

Due to the generosity of the Marcus Foundation, Harvey L Miller Family Foundation, the Jewish Federation of St. Louis and other donors, St. Louis JSU is able to offer this experience for $999 (all inclusive).  For more information, contact Rabbi Mike Rovinsky at 314-498-6279.

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In the event of cancellation due to COVID, registrants will receive a full refund.