Calling Young Professionals: JDC Has a Trip for You!
We’re thrilled to highlight three unique young professionals study, service, and travel opportunities with JDC. One might be right for you!
Inside Jewish Cuba (September 1-5, 2011) is a study opportunity for a select group of post-college Jewish young professionals to gain exclusive insight into Cuba’s vibrant Jewish community.
Through Inside Jewish Belarus (September 18-25, 2011), chosen post-college-age Jewish young adults will volunteer on service projects that are reaching some of the poorest Jews in the world and to explore the renaissance of Jewish life in a post-communist country. Plus, you’ll get a taste of Belarusian culture with local Jewish peers.
Join a select group of post-college-age Jewish young professionals on Inside Ethiopia (October 26 — November 4, 2011), a unique service experience that will help you understand first-hand Ethiopia’s current challenges and contribute to JDC’s critical humanitarian interventions in the areas of potable water, education, and health.
Space is limited and deadlines are just around the corner! Subsidies available! So email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to request an application today!
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