Travel with other GW students for FREE on a 10 day trip to Israel. We partner with our friends at Hillel International to provide an amazing introduction to the land, people, culture, and customs of Israel!
Registration for GW Hillel’s Spring 2018 Trip will be open in January but you can start your registration now by visiting freeisraeltrip.org/gwu. Need help with your application or have questions about staying in Israel after the trip? Email our Israel Fellow, Keren, or CLICK HERE to sign up for more info.
Trip highlights include:
- Visiting the Western Wall
- Hiking in the Golan
- Floating in the Dead Sea
- Climbing Masada at sunrise
- Riding a camel and sleeping in a Bedouin tent
- Hanging out with Israeli soldiers
- Encountering the night life in Tel Aviv
GW for Israel (GWI) is dedicated to supporting and strengthening the U.S.-Israel alliance through direct involvement in the American political process. We take full advantage of our unique location in Washington, D.C., to advocate for a strong relationship between the two nations. GWI is committed to accomplishing our goals through educating GW students and faculty, the community-at-large, and current and future policy makers about the current issues and challenges surrounding the U.S.-Israel relationship, our mutual interests and our shared values. For more information, or check us out on Facebook.
TAMID at GW is a comprehensive, multi-phased program that connects future business leaders and entrepreneurs to the Israeli business network and economy. This student led organization fosters the next generation of philanthropists, leaders, investors, and entrepreneurs through a comprehensive business, finance, and consulting curriculum developed by renowned professors, as well as business professionals and MBA students. TAMID, a national organization currently on 29 campuses throughout the United States, is unique in its mission of developing the professional skills of undergraduate students through hands on interaction with the Israeli economy. TAMID also works to change the context of how students think about and view Israel by focusing on the country’s technology, business innovation, and economic development. For information, visit the Tamid website.