Jewish Federation missions are travel experiences unlike any other. Join us as we explore the past, present and future of the Jewish people in locations as diverse as Israel, Poland, Latin America and the former Soviet Union.
What makes each mission truly unique is its sense of purpose, guaranteeing our travelers a heightened appreciation and connection to their Jewish identity.
Our missions aren’t passive experiences. They’re active adventures, engaging the mind, heart, soul, and body. You’ll witness firsthand the extraordinary efforts of organizations like the Joint Distribution Committee and the Jewish Agency for Israel while discovering and responding to the challenges facing Jewish communities today.
Mark your calendars for these exciting travel opportunities!
IST is More Than a Trip. It’s the Journey of a Lifetime!
Trip dates: June 17 – July 22
The Joyce Zeff Israel Study Tour (IST) is one of the premiere Israel teen trips and is the longest running annual community-based Israel trip in the U.S. The program began in 1971 and has sent over 2,500 students to Israel.
The trip comprises an educational program that is divided into three parts: Trip Prep during the 11th-grade year, Travel during the summer between 11th and 12th grade, and Post-Trip Integration and Community Activism.
- Check out the blog from the 2017 trip to get a taste of this life changing trip!
- View a sample of an IST Itinerary to get an idea of the exciting experience awaiting your student on IST 2018!
Community Birthright Bus
Trip dates: June 24-July 3, 2018.
Birthright sends young Jews, ages 18-26 on a FREE 10-day trip to Israel. YAD sends a Colorado Community bus annually. The trip spends extra time in Ramat HaNegev, our partnership region in the South of Israel. You’ll get to know other people your age living in Colorado and not only have a life-changing trip, but will have a vibrant community to which to return.