Today is December 11, 2019 -
2019-2020 Travel Opportunities
This year Beth El students will be given the unique opportunity to learn outside the walls of our school and experience the world.
Our educational team at Beth El Synagogue continues to have an impactful and meaningful program that brings our 8th-12th grade students together to continue their Jewish education. We envision an experiential program that combines formal and informal learning, which fulfills the Talmudic saying: Gadol, she’haTalmud mayvee leeday ma’aseh.
“Learning is great for it leads to action.”
Together, we will think deeply about such important topics as our responsibility to support Israel, the meaning of Jewish community, and our commitment to social justice. We won’t just talk about these themes, and others, we will also take our learning outside the walls of our synagogues and the confines of our Omaha community, so that our students can be enriched by making a positive impact in our world.
Grades 10 -12
AIPAC – Washington, D.C.
Sunday, March 1 – Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Registration Deadline: September 6, 2019
Join us in Washington, D.C. for the AIPAC: American Israel Public Affairs Committee. This is a hands-on opportunity for our students to learn about Israel, the democratic process and hear the most powerful speakers from the United States, Israel and the world.
Holocaust Studies – Visit the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center
Sunday, April 26, 2020 – 6 am – 9 pm
Registration Deadline: September 13, 2019
This one day trip to Chicago is a wonderful culmination to our 8th grade Holocaust Studies course. We will fly to Chicago and have a guided tour of the museum. We will also visit Northwestern University, giving our students the opportunity to visit a major college campus, led by our Beth El alumni who are attending the university. We will visit Rabbi Abraham’s favorite Kosher restaurant in the area, too!
*Please contact us for financial assistance if needed.