Is that teen-ager of yours fast becoming an adult? Finishing
high school? Starting college? Thinking about grad school?
Would you love to see that child or grandchild
experience the joy of Israel and Jewish life
before starting the next phase of growing up?
Many programs are available through the
Michigan/Israel Connection, a clearinghouse
and information source for Israel programs.
Between college and career (or grad school),
there's an opportunity to grow emotionally and
spiritually by taking part in this year-long pro-
gram in Israel.
10th and 11th graders will love the adven-
ture of living in Israel and attending an out-
standing, fully-accredited American high
school in Jerusalem.
Participants learn Hebrew, while working with
disadvantaged children, living on a kibbutz and
taking part in other Israel experiences.
Accepted candidates who live in the metro-
politan Detroit area will receive partial
ISRAEL INFORMATION DAYS ON CAMPUS
Once a month, the Michigan/Israel Connection will sponsor
information days on four major college campuses:
• University of Michigan
For free information about Israel travel/study/work opportunities and
dates of information days, place your young adult on the Michigan/
Israel Connection mailing list.
• Michigan State University,
Do one of the following:
• Eastern Michigan University
• Fax or mail the form below to Michigan/Israel Connection,
6735 Telegraph, Suite 206, Bloomfield Twp., MI 48301-3143
Fax (810) 645-7879
• Wayne State University.
Staff will be available to answer questions relating to tourism
and work/study programs, as well as travel scholarships.
• Call the Michigan/Israel Connection, (810) 645-7878.
• Access e-mail with this code: email@example.com
To: Michigan Israel Connection: Fax (810) 645-7879, or mail to Michigan Israel Connection,
6735 Telegraph, Bloomfield Twp, MI 48301-3143.
I would like to know more about Project Discovery.
I would like to know more about Otzma.
Please put the following name on the Michigan /Israel Connection mailing list:
HIGAN / ISRAEL
Sponsored by the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit