Campus Life

Friday, February 10, 2017
Our dear Shinshinim: Tal, Amit, Shahaf and Eyal went back home to Israel for a short vacation after serving our community for six months.
They will be back on February 21st for another six months before they will return to Israel and start their military service.
Tal is in Kfar Kish, a moshav (small village) in the Lower Galilee (Population 520) Eyal is in Tel Aviv – “The city that never sleeps” (Population 430,000), Amit is in Ra’anana (a city in the southern Sharon (bordering with Kfar Saba and Herzliya) (Population 72,000)
And Shahaf is in Kibbutz Tlalaim in Ramamat Hanegev (Population 400).
Below are few pictures and descriptions from their break:
Tal at home (Yes, she has few horses…) – her family owns a bed and breakfast in the country side…
Shahaf and his baby brother
Eyal eating his favorite Israeli dish- Shaksuka. Shakshuka is a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers and onions….
Amit is at a Café with her best high school friends some of them are already in Basic Training…

Adopt a Shinishin: 

We would like to thank the following families for hosting our amazing Shinshinim for long or the short terms: Adelson Family, Barshishat Family, Ben -  Shimon Family, Bassewitz Family, Blit Family, Boldur Family, Catz Family, Cohen Family, Eden family, Eisenberg Family, Goodman Family, Tecktiel Family and the Sal Family. And to the families who hosted them for Friday Dinner: Aybar-Agron Family, Leitner Family, Lowie Family, Ruben Family and the Slipock Family. We would also like to thank the owners of Jerusalem Grill, Laila and Sababa for inviting our Shinshinim to Dinner. 
Would you like to host a Shinshin from May 28 to August 7? Would you like to serve as a short term host when a hosting family goes out of town? Would you like to host them for a Shabbat Dinner? Do you have connections to local shows (or any other appropriate entertainment)?
Please contact our Director of Israel Education, Amir Eden, at: