Off to College? Please Let Us Know
Off to College for the first time, or again? Please let us know the following information, so we can keep in touch. Send
an e-mail and include the following information so we can keep in touch:
- Estimated Year of Graduation
- E-mail address
- School Address (until when)
- Home Address
- Parents' names
College Connection needs your help
It is never too early to let us know where our CBI High School graduates will be in the fall, or where our college students are currently. Our database holds too few names, and we need parents' help to keep it up to date.
In addition, please encourage college students to log on to the Reform Movement’s College Website.
We also need volunteers to help us track down and keep up with our ever-relocating college students. If you would like to assist, please contact the clergy offices.
For more information on our Teen Youth Programs, feel free to contact
, Youth Director, or call 858-535-1111, ext 3136.
Free Israel Trips Offered to Post High School Students
Birthright Israel offers free ten-day trips to Israel for young Jewish adults, ages 18-26, who have never been on an educational trip to Israel. That's right, the family trip doesn't count. If this describes you, or someone close to you, consider participating in the Reform Movement's birthright israel experience. For those who have never been to Israel, or who have not been on a peer/educational program, this trip is often a life-changing experience. Birthright Israel is a unique partnership between the people of Israel through their government, local Jewish communities and Federations and leading Jewish philanthropists.
Hillel's Guide to Jewish Life on Campus
Hillel offers a database full of information on Jewish life on hundreds of campuses and other locations around the world. Use this handy reference to learn about population statistics, the availability of kosher food, religious life, social life and Jewish studies. Go to Hillel's database.