CJE seeks to prepare high school students for the anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiment they might be faced with on their college campuses. By drawing on resources from the most effective international organizations that train students and educators, Israel High ensures that Baltimore’s students have a strong sense of Jewish identity and their relationship to Israel, have the tools and resources to feel confident and proud of their connection to the Jewish state and are linked to a network of educators and professionals who are trained to support them in their journeys to college.
- Working with educators at religious schools, private Jewish schools, and a variety of schools around the Baltimore area to strengthen students’ command of key facts about Israel and comfort with Israel’s place in their own identities and worldview
- Collaborating with NCSY’s JSU Project Israel, 4Front and other organizations to reach Jewish student leaders and clubs in a wide range of public and private, non-Jewish schools in the Baltimore area
- Accompanying ten area students to AIPAC’s Policy Conference in Washington, DC to build on their year-long Israel High experience. This conference is a unique opportunity to hear from and meet key local, national, and international decision makers who voice their knowledge and vision for the State of Israel and reinforce the US-Israel relationship.
Students participate in sessions facilitated by local educators with materials and support from international organizations such as StandWithUs, Makom, Emory University’s Center for Israel Education (CIE), AIPAC, and JerusalemU.
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After Israel High – Looking for Jewish Community in College
College students looking to find a robust Jewish community and other resources to practice their faith in college have a lot of options at their disposal. Find out more about Jewish student groups on campus and what factors to consider when choosing a college. Plus, find out which scholarships are available to Jewish students.
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