Announcing our next adventure to see Israeli innovation in action.
You already know that Israel is the start-up nation, but did you know Israel is also the stand-up nation? Israeli know-how and innovations are improving, enriching, and saving lives around the world. CJP’s Project Inspire offers the chance to learn about this impact up close.
Applications are now open for Project Inspire’s upcoming trip to Kenya and Tanzania. Young professionals from the Boston area (ages 25-40) are invited to apply for a spot on this highly subsidized trip taking place August 24th – September 4th, 2020.
Together we will explore how Israeli ingenuity and entrepreneurship can combat poverty, tackle injustice, and build a safer and more just world. We’ll also enjoy a special Shabbat experience with the Jewish community in Nairobi.
Project Inspire is a program for change-makers who want to have a meaningful impact in Boston and abroad. Applicants must be willing to assume a high level of responsibility as members of a team and lead a project upon return to Boston.
You may apply for Project Inspire regardless of your Jewish background or affiliation. All organized programming taking place on Shabbat will be appropriate for observant participants.
This is a highly subsidized program. The participation fee is $1,500 USD and includes roundtrip international airfare from Boston, accommodation, meals and site visits.