Really? I can earn a free trip to Israel by doing this?
Yes you can. Your time is valuable. It is not unusual to get paid a stipend or to earn a travel grant to research a specific topic or work in a lab. This is similar. And the Israel scholarship is incredible. Depending on the program you choose you earn a travel voucher for an Israel trip that will make your cost either free or as low as $200.
What time do classes start each week?
Just to clarify, I can either choose a either a free trip to Israel or a trip that costs $200?
How do I earn college credit?
Can I choose any Israel trip I want or just choose to travel to Israel on my own?
Is acceptance to an Israel program automatic?
How does JU MAX work?
What happens if I miss a session?
I don't get it. Do I watch a video each week? Is the instructor a talking head?
What are the requirements I need to fulfill to earn my Israel trip?
If a live event is scheduled in my area, do I have to attend?
Is the one-on-one, in-person meeting a program requirement?
What are the system requirements I need to participate?
What if I don't want my face to be in the virtual classroom?
Is this safe?
Can my friends from other campuses participate?
What will I learn?
Who is the instructor?
I can't go to Israel this winter, how long is the voucher good for
I already did Birthright, am I still eligible for this scholarship?
I still haven't been on Birthright, will this Israel trip disqualify me?
How do I earn back the $100 fee?
I already participated on an Israel trip or the Maimonides Leadership Fellowship with my rabbi on campus, am I still eligible for JU MAX?
How do I redeem my Israel Voucher?