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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-07

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shlicha
Phone: (248) 645-7878
Fax: (248) 644-0724
Email: becker@jfmd.org

High school students in grades 10-12 participate in a
semester study program in Pardes Hana, Israel.
Students join other Americans meeting Israelis, learning
Hebrew and touring the country. Full high school credit.
Ad/p.Back Cover

SUMMER TEEN MISSION

Federation's Israel and Overseas Department
6735 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Twp., MI 48301
Contact: Trudy Weiss, mission coordinator
Phone: (248) 645-7878
Fax: (248) 644-0724

In cooperation with local congregations, the biennial
mission offers Michigan teens a comprehensive five-
week tour of Israel, complete with pre- and post-
mission programs. Ad/Back Cover

WESTERN TEEN TRIP

Tamarack Camps
6735 Telegraph Road, Suite 380
Bloomfield Twp., MI 48301
Phone: (248) 647-1100
Fax: (248) 647-1493
Email: tamarack@tamarackcamps.com
Web site: www.tamarackcamps.com

A month-long adventure for high school students to
Grand Tetons, Yellowstone National Park, Rockies and
more. Many outdoor activities including white water
rafting and hiking.

Travel

AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS
TRAVEL PROGRAM

15 E. 84 St.
New York, NY 10028
Contact: Betty Van Dyke, managing director
Phone: (212) 879-4588
(800) 221-4694
Fax: (212) 717-1932
Web site: www.ajcongress.com

We offer a huge variety of tour programs to Israel,
Eastern Europe and around the world. Ask for our 98-
page travel catalogue.

BIRMINGHAM AISH CENTER

Aish HaTorah Executive Learning
Center/Executive Women's Learning Center
555 S. Old Woodward Ave., Suite 23L
Birmingham, MI 48009
Contact: Rabbi Alon Tolwin
Phone: (248) 593-5138
Fax: (248) 593-5141
Email: detroit@aish.com

Ten-day missions for young professionals looking for in-
depth experience in Jewish spirituality.

Jerusalem Fellowships and Learning Missions

for Single Professionals, The
555 S. Old Woodward Ave., Suite 23L
Birmingham, MI 48009
Contact: Rabbi Alon Tolwin
Phone: (248) 593-5138
Fax: (248) 593-5141
Email: detroit@aish.com

Federation sponsors many missions to Israel, as well as
other countries, including young adults, teens, March of
the Living. Ad/Back Cover

Thirty-day leadership program for college students.
Spend time exploring Israel, making friends and
learning the whys of being Jewish while overlooking
the Western Wall. Ad/p.45

Lazaroff-Schaver Student Center
715 Hill St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Contact: Rabbi Alter and Chanchi Goldstein
Phone: (734) 995-3276
Fax: (734) 996-2479
Email: chabad@jewmich.com
Web site: www.jewmich.com

Universit Centers

ANN ARBOR CHABAD HOUSE

COLLEGE-AGE LEADERSHIP
PROGRAMS

Federation's Israel and Overseas Department
6735 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Twp., MI 48301
Contact: Shoshana Becker, community youth
shlicha
Phone: (248) 645-7878
Fax: (248) 644-0274
Email: becker@jfmd.org

A variety of leadership programs in Israel are available,
ranging from one semester to one year, some with
college credit. Ad/Back Cover

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF
METROPOLITAN DETROIT

D. Dan & Betty Kahn Bldg.
6600 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Contact: Marilyn Wolfe
Phone: (248) 432-5472
Fax: (248) 432-5552
Email: mwolfe@jccdet.org
Web site: www.jccdet.org

Opened in 1975 to the Ann Arbor Jewish community
and students at U of M. All are welcome regardless of
affiliation for classes, Shabbat and holiday services and
counseling. Mikvah, dormitory and meeting rooms
available.

COHN-HADDOW CENTER FOR
JUDAIC STUDIES

Wayne State University
906 W. Warren, 442 Manoogian Hall
Detroit, MI 48202
Contact: David Weinberg, director
Sandy Loeffler, administrative assistant
Phone: (313) 577-2679
Fax: (313) 577-8136
Email: aa2690@wayne.edu
Web site: www.judaicstudies.wayne.edu

Presents lectures and performances in the community
and on campus. Also serves as a multi-disciplinary
community and university resource in Jewish studies.

Escorted group and family travel. One-day, overnight,
one-week and extended-stay trips and cruises. U.S.,
Canada and abroad. Brochures and flyers available.

Jimmy Prentis Morris Bldg.
15110 W.10 Mile Road
Oak Park, MI 48237
Contact: Sharon Goldenberg, Riva Latinsky
Phone: (248) 967-4030
Fax: (248) 967-0060
Email: sgoldenberg@jccdet.org
rlatinsky@jccdet.org
Web site: www.jccdet.org

Escorted group travel. One-day, overnight and extended-
stay trips in the U.S. and Canada. Trips for new
Americans to help them learn about their new
homeland. Ad/p.40

MISSIONS

Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
6735 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Twp., MI 48301
Contact: Tanya Mazor-Posner
Phone: (248) 642-4260
Fax: (248) 644-0724
Email: mazorposner@jfmd.org
Web site: www.thisisfederation.org

FRANKEL CENTER FOR JUDAIC
STUDIES

University of Michigan
3032 Frieze Bldg., 105 South State St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285
Contact: Todd Endelman, director
Phone: (734) 763-9047
Fax: (734) 936-2186
Email: judstaff@umich.edu
Web site: www.umich.edu/—judstud

Offers an interdisciplinary approach to the study of
Jewish civilization and thought. Sponsors courses,
public lectures and other events, including the annual
Belin lecture in American Jewish Studies.

GRADS AND PROFESSIONALS-GAP

U of M Hillel
1429 Hill St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Contact: Ben Berger
Phone: (734) 769-0500
Fax: (734) 769-1934
Email: umhillel@umich.edu
Web site: www.umhillel.org

Provides an inviting and inclusive environment for
Jewish graduate students and young professionals of
all backgrounds and beliefs. Provides enriching and
exciting social, cultural and religious programming.

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