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Bearcats for Israel, Hillel at Binghamton's Israel organization, encourages and empowers students to create a stronger cultural, spiritual and physical connection with Israel through an array of interesting programs and activities. From Performances by major Israeli bands (Ha Dag Nachash & Shoteh Ha Nevuah), to visits by Israeli dignitaries, to the annual Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel Independenceday) celebration, Hillel and the Bearcats for Israel bring a taste of Israel to Binghamton.
Click here for more information on the Bearcats for Israel's advocacy, culture and celebration opportunities
If you're Jewish, age 18-26, and have never been on a peer-group trip to Israel, Hillel offers the best ways for you to have the time of your life in Israel - FOR FREE!
Click here to learn more and begin your journey with Hillel to Israel