More than 100 Jewish teens, who are going to Israel on Lappin Foundation’s 2017 Youth to Israel Adventure (Y2I), had fun getting to know each other at their recent pre-trip meeting held at Temple Sinai in Marblehead. Teens and counselors engaged in lively team-building activities and ice-breakers.
2017 Y2I includes 110 Jewish teens from 29 cities and towns representing 40 high schools. In addition to a life-changing Israel experience for teens, teens and their parents attend pre-trip meetings that focus on Israel education. Following their trip to Israel, teens are invited to enroll in the Foundation’s free Teen Israel Advocacy Fellows program, where they participate in advanced Israel Advocacy training, which serves them well during their high school and college years.
2017 Y2I includes a fully-subsidized, two-week community teen trip to Israel and is funded by Lappin Foundation with generous support from the Lappin Family, CJP and more than 900 donors to the Foundation’s Annual Campaign.
Visit Y2I.org for more information about this life-changing Jewish experience for teens.