Each year, hundreds of thousands of college-aged Jewish students are given a chance to explore Israel by actually visiting it! Taglit-Birthright and Hillel have partnered to send our students on this incredible, life-changing journey.
For ten days, many students will:
Walk through the streets of Jerusalem, visiting famous sites like the Kotel (Western Wall), Mt. Herzel, and the Shuk (outdoor markets)
Ascend to the top of Masada before floating in the Dead Sea
Relive the moment Israel became a state by visiting Independence Hall in Tel Aviv
Swim (or Float) in the Dead Sea
Ride camels through the desert and experience Beduin hospitality
And so much more!
Hillel at The University of Oklahoma will be traveling with Birthright Israel this Winter and Summer! Applications dates will be updated here and shared on Social Media.
WINTER BIRTHRIGHT DATES: 12/19/23 - 12/29/23. 3 available spots!
For more information on these trips, click here!
For more information or to learn about extensions, contact Hillel's staff!
Click here to begin registration!
For a sample itinerary of the trip click on the link below https://www.birthrightisrael.com/itinerary/classic
For more information on trips, don't hesitate to get in touch with us at (405) 321-3703 or email Zach at firstname.lastname@example.org
Taglit-Birthright Israel is an innovative partnership between the people of Israel through the Government of Israel, private philanthropists through the Birthright Israel Foundation, and Jewish communities around the world (North American Jewish Federations, Keren Hayesod, and the Jewish Agency for Israel).
Extend introduces participants to internationally recognized Palestinian and Israeli civil society, human rights, and political leaders.
“Extend was the most thought-provoking days of my past year. Nothing can substitute for hearing directly from Palestinians and Israelis. Extend created a thoughtful context for us to hear those realities and carry them back to the U.S. to use in improved work for peace, freedom, and dignity for all people in Israel and Palestine.”
-Sarah, Harvard University