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Seeking some sunshine and adventure?

Hear the Holy Land calling your name?

Always wanted to try a taste of Yeshiva life?

Indulge your spiritual side this vacation and take a Jewish Winter Break.

From snorkeling in Miami to hiking in Israel; each program is full of exciting adventures and fascinating classes.

Chabad on Campus presents a variety of Jewish Winter Break Programs designed to get you relaxed and rejuvenated this winter break.

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Israelinks is a 3 week educational, touring experience uncovering the link between our land, heritage and people for post- Birthright College Students. 

DEC 25- JAN 9


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  A seven-day educational student trip to Poland. The trips promise to be a journey through the history of our people, connecting past, present and future.

Winter: December 19th - December 25th
Spring: March 6th-12th
March 13th-19th
March 20th-26th

 Only $399!!

 To learn more and to apply: 




(For women) 

 Snorkel & Study is a Jewish winter break adventure, a week to explore Jewish thinking, Jewish texts and Jewish traditions, and have an outrageously good time doing watersports in Key Largo, Florida - diving capital of the world! Snorkeling, diving, waverunning, kayaking, parasailing and a great spa are all right near our spectacular oceanfront hotel, Mariners Key Largo. 

Jan 2-9

Full scholarships available. 

 To learn more and apply: 


Florida (Men- Yeshiva style)

Miami Torah Experience

Miami Torah Experience for Men aged 18 - 27 is designed to combine intense academic study with opportunities for cultural, physical and recreational activities. Both your body and soul will enjoy a blend of structured classes, tutorials, student–faculty forums and guest lecturers complemented by music, water activities and sports.
To learn more and apply:






Get a taste of Yeshiva

Always wanted to try out Yeshiva but never had a chance? Head to the beautiful town of Morristown, New Jersey for a country retreat, just a stone’s throw from New York City, for “A Taste of Yeshiva”.
Come for a day, a weekend or the entire week and join dozens of college students from around the world. All levels of observance are welcome! Immerse yourself in Jewish learning, introductory classes, special lectures and inspirational ‘farbrengen’ gatherings.











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