What are Your Plans this Winter Break? Israel, Anyone?

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What are Your Plans this Winter Break? Israel, Anyone?

What are your plans this winter break?

Instead of taking classes or staying home this year, travel half way across the world! Our friends at Taglit-Birthright Israel have your back.

Let’s be serious, you’re probably familiar with “Birthright” and have at least 5 friends who’ve went on it! Just in case you aren’t, it’s a 10-day nonstop action-packed trip to Israel for Young Jews from across the world. Explore the markets of Jerusalem, the beaches of Tel Aviv, hike to the top of Masada for sunrise, and so much more.

Registration is now open for Winter 2015 trips to Israel (this winter break!)

Year after year, members of our Intern Queen Family experience #Taglit. Here’s what they have to say: 

"My Birthright experience was amazing. Whether I was catching some rays floating in the Dead Sea, praying at the Western Wall in Jerusalem or staring at the stars after riding camels in the Negev Desert. I made 40 new best friends, and learned so much about myself." -Elisabeth

“I’m super into technology and start-up culture. So I went on the “entrepreneurship” focused trip and we got to meet with all of these really badass business leaders. The movers and shakers of the Tel Aviv tech scene! So, so cool." -Hanna

“I love traveling more than anything. I really met some of the coolest people in life on that trip. We had 5 Israelis our age join our trip, and I found it inspiring to connect with them learn about their lives, and see the similarities and differences in Israeli culture. Also, I feel in love! Like, twice." -Mallory

Winter registration is closing soon! Within the next week or two. So gather your friends and rally your crew! You'll thank us later.

Add a little summer to your winter! Apply today: http://BirthrightIsrael.com/GO

Hit up Team #TAGLIT on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter with any questions.

400,000 Birthright Stories. What’s yours?