Youth House Israel Trip

Wednesday, February 14 to Sunday, February 25, 2024

Open to teens in 8th-12th grade

Sponsored by the Khorshid Dina Harounian Israel Education Fund

Estimated cost: $3,995* ($4,495 for those who are neither members of Temple Israel nor enrolled in Youth House).  *Financial assistance is available
You’re invited to email Executive Director Jamey Kohn to inquire about financial assistance, or you are welcome to share information on the signup form.

Questions? Email

How can you sign up?

  1. Fill out this form and pay a $360 deposit to hold your place by Wednesday, November 15. (To fill out the form, you need to be logged into ShulCloud. If you’re not a member and need help getting set up on ShulCloud, please contact the office.)
  2. Flight cost of $1,500 is due by November 15.
  3. Full payment is due Sunday, December 31. The listed cost of $3,995* ($4,495 for non-members) is estimated and may vary slightly.

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Why should you sign up?

Our trip will bring us together to travel across Israel and connect to the people, the history, and the land. It is going to be a one-of-a-kind journey that we cannot wait to share together.

Why go to Israel with the Youth House? Israel trips are emotional, eye-opening, and life-changing. What takes it to the next level are the people with whom you share the roller coaster ride. That’s why we go as a Youth House!

This trip is more than just seeing the sights of Israel.

  • It is about tapping into an ethos that has sustained Jews in the Diaspora for 2,000 years.
  • It is about asking ourselves, “What is the Jewish homeland? and “How do I fit into this homeland?”
  • It is about making the journey just like our ancestors Abraham and Sarah when God said Lech Lecha!

This is the amazing impact that traveling with the Youth House will make. We cannot wait to go on this pilgrimage with you!

Who is supporting this trip?

This trip is sponsored for Temple Israel members by the Khorshid Dina Harounian Israel Education Fund. Click here to support our teens’ travel to Israel.