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College Road Trip

A road trip to your future.

The College Road Trip will introduce participants to life inside and outside of popular Midwest universities. We will tour University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin Madison, Indiana University, University of Michigan, and Michigan State University. At these schools, we will meet with professionals who can shed light on admissions, classes, and college life, and learn about Jewish Campus organizations. Participants will enhance their understanding of what Jewish life might look like for them in the future.

Program Highlights

  •  Tour University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin Madison, Indiana University, University of Michigan, and Michigan State University
  •  Meet with Jewish students at each university
  •  Learn about different Jewish opportunities at each school
  •  Talk to enrollment officers, school counselors, and other education professionals.
Email
Springboard@juf.org
Location
Road trip to various Midwest colleges
Grades
9th, 10th, 11th
Dates
Sunday, March 22 - Thursday, March 26, 2020
Cost
$$300 for first time participants; $400 for second time participants; and $500 for third or more time participants
Focus
Travel, College

FAQ

Q: How much does this program cost?

A:  All Springboard School Break programs are highly subsidized. While the actual cost of a 5 day school break experience is $900, all participants received a $400 subsidy. There are additional subsidies for first and second time school break participants, and additional financial assistance is available for those who need it. 

Q: I'm confused, how much will I actually pay for this program?  
A: If you are a first time Springboard School Break participant, you will pay $300. If this is your second Springboard School Break program, you will pay $400. If this will be your third (or more) Springboard School Break program  you will pay $500. If these prices are not affordable for you, please contact us to find out about additional financial assistance.

Q: Where will participants be sleeping? 
A: At each stop, participants will spend the night in single gender hotel rooms.

Q: How will the program be staffed?
A: The program will be staffed with a variety of Jewish Teen professionals.