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A Unique Israel Opportunity for Teens and Adults

Michael Rovinsky
 

A Unique Israel Opportunity for Teens and Adults

With all the news reports, editorials, internet articles, along with all the other media that claims to “unbiased”, it is very difficult to navigate what is really happening in Israel and the Middle East and to develop an informed opinion.  Now you can change that. 
 
Started in 2012, by JSU, the Galia & Milton Movitz Senator John Danforth Israel Scholars Program (MSDJIS) has not only continued to be the leading Israel education and engagement training program for both teens and adults in St. Louis, but has become the model for Israel education in several cities in both the US and Canada.  Specifically, MJDIS provides Israel education, engagement and leadership training to teenagers and adults.  (Teens earn 3 transferable college credits from SLU and the opportunity to spend a month in Israel with JSU for as low as $1,024 including airfare.)
 
The adult semester is being co-sponsored by the Center for Jewish Learning .  Classes will meet at the Jewish Federation Building on Monday evenings beginning November 4th from 7:15pm-8:45pm.  For more information please call me at 314-498-6279.  To register, please click here and scroll down to the “History, Politics & Current Events” Section.  We are the 2nd course in that section. There is a $180  tuition fee, but scholarships are available.  NO one will be turned away for financial reasons.
 
The teen semester is being co-sponsored by the following organizations: BBYO, MKLC of B’nai Amoona, BAUSY, Center for Jewish Learning of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, Jerusalem U, Keshet, Kol Rinah, Missouri Torah Institute, NCSY, NFTY, Temple Emanuel, USY, United Hebrew Congregation and Yeshivat Kadimah. Classes begin Nov. 14th and will be hosted at United Hebrew from 7:00-8:30PM.  Dinner will be served.  For more information please call me at 314-498-6279.  To register click here. This course is FREE for teens.

For more information, please contact Rabbi Mike Rovinsky at 314 498-6279.