Have you ever wanted to visit the “Little America” of the Middle East? During the summer of 2017, Turning Point USA is partnering with Passages to offer a highly-subsidized trip to Israel for top conservative activists.
Turning Point USA is offering top activists and student leaders an opportunity to join one of our partner organizations, Passages, on their incredible trip to the most free country in the Middle East, and America’s greatest ally in the region – Israel. This unique opportunity, coming during the summer of 2017, will be a fantastic chance for TPUSA leaders to network and learn from some key influential leaders in the region. The trip is being led by Passages, an excellent organization that takes Christian student leaders to explore the foundations of their faith and the free market marvel of the Middle East.
When is the trip?
July 30th- August 10th, 2017
Who is eligible to attend?
In order to attend this trip students must be enrolled full-time at a technical school, college, or university and actively involved with TPUSA on campus.
What will happen on the trip?
Participants will learn about a free market success story while touring Israel and visiting some of the most significant historical sites in the world. The itinerary includes visits to foundational biblical sites as well as sites relevant to the history of the modern Jewish state. Participants will hear from a diverse set of speakers and local people throughout who will help the student understand Israeli culture, government and economy, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and geopolitical and security issues surrounding Israel.
What is the cost of the trip?
The cost of the trip is $500*. This includes a round-trip flight from NYC, all hotel, lodging, and touring costs, as well as most meals.
*Does not include tip to the bus driver ($100 per student to the bus driver), or travel to/from NYC
Questions: For any additional information about the partnership or our student trip, please contact Ron Feingold, TPUSA’s Israel Outreach & Engagement Director, at [email protected]