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Alternative Breaks take groups of students out of their everyday surroundings and places them in new environments to engage in community service and experiential learning. As part of short-term service projects, participants are challenged to see and understand difficult social issues such as poverty, literacy, and natural disasters and to explore questions of Judaism and social responsibility.
Hillel at Binghamton has hosted Alternative Breaks to New Orleans, LA to help with rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina, to West Virginia to help Americans surrounded by some of the worst poverty in our country and to Eastern Europe to help Jewish communities there.
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December 29 - January 5, 2013
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Joplin Missouri Info:
Join Hillel at Binghamton as we journey to Joplin Missouri to help rebuild a town that was hit by the deadliest tornado since 1947. This trip is a partnership between Hillel and The Jewish Disaster Response Corps and will provide an opportunity to stretch beyond the everyday by coming together through hands-on service, team building and the exploration of social justice and Judaism.
Following a communal dinner, activities will be planned, and will include discussions, speakers, and sightseeing. The week ends with a relaxing, inspiring and restful Shabbat.
JNF Israel Info:
Volunteer in Israel and do something you would not do on an ordinary trip. Join JNF and other young adults for a week of community service in Southern Israel and connect to the land and people of Israel in a meaningful way.
2. Click on “Sign up for Southern Israel”
3. Scroll to the bottom and search for team Binghamton
4. Register with the Binghamton team
Participants are responsible for raising a minimum of $1100, using an easy online program to communicate by email with family and friends. The trip is FREE, paid for by generous JNF donors. Round-trip domestic airfare is not included. This trip is open to any Jewish young adult between the ages of 18 – 30. Trips to Southern Israel will benefit JNF's Blueprint Negev campaign to sustainably develop the Negev Desert and make it home to Israel's next generation of pioneers.
Student Leadership Initiative:
Then apply for the ASB Student Leadership Initiative with Hillel at Binghamton
For more information please contact Rabbi Shalom Kantor email@example.com