Who is eligible for a Birthright trip?
Birthright Israel trips are open to all Jewish young adults, ages 18 to 32 years* old who have not participated on an educational trip since they turned 18 and/or lived in Israel past the age of 12. * Please note – summer 2022 trips will be the last opportunity for participants that are between the ages of 27-32.
Who is eligible for Israel birthright?
What are the eligibility requirements for Birthright Israel? The gift of Birthright Israel is available to all Jewish young adults, ages 18-26* who have not participated on an educational trip since they turned 18 nor lived in Israel past the age of 12.
Can I go on Birthright twice?
You can only come on a Birthright Israel trip once as a participant, but as a staff member you can keep coming back for more! If you are over 21 years old, have leadership experience, and are craving for another taste of Israel, we invite you to apply for a position as a Trip Staff Member.
Can you convert Judaism?
Converting to Judaism is not easy. It involves many lifestyle changes and about a year of studying. Becoming a Jew is not just a religious change: the convert not only accepts the Jewish faith, but becomes a member of the Jewish People and embraces Jewish culture and history.
Can I go to Israel if I’m vaccinated?
If you must travel to Israel, make sure you are vaccinated and up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines before travel. Even if you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines, you may still be at risk for getting and spreading COVID-19.
How long are Birthright trips?
Birthright trips are known for their packed 10-day itinerary that includes visits to landmarks like Jerusalem’s Western Wall, “a Zionist heritage site,” and the Dead Sea. Each day involves around 15 hours of programming—often outdoor activities like hiking, climbing, swimming, and riding camels.