We’ve partnered with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), the largest Jewish humanitarian aid organization in the world and one of the Federation’s historic partners, to provide international travel opportunities for Jewish Angelenos in their 20s and 30s through JDC Entwine.
Focusing on humanitarian aid, serving Jews in need, and disaster relief, participants explore the diversity of the global Jewish community, while learning about JDC and Federation’s combined efforts to alleviate hunger and hardship and to help Jews around the world thrive.
Each year, the Federation partners with JDC Entwine to offer one trip exclusively for Jewish Angelenos in their 20s and 30s. This year, we’re headed to Chile and Argentina from August 11-20, 2019! Learn more now and let us know if you’re interested – email SAustin@JewishLA.org.
To explore national opportunities through our partner, please visit www.jdcentwine.org.
Inside Jewish Argentina and Chile- 2019
Exclusively for young professionals from the Los Angeles area, this trip is an opportunity to experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of South America and to engage with the vibrant Jewish communities in Buenos Aires and Santiago.
Morocco – 2018
Twenty Angelenos traveled across the globe in November 2018 to explore the ancient cities and Jewish communities of Fez, Meknes, Rabat, Casablanca and Marrakech, participate in meaningful dialogue between Jewish and Muslim young professionals, and learn about elderly assistance programs for the Jews of Morocco. View sample itinerary.
Mumbai and Cochin, India – 2017
In August 2017, a group of 20 young adults from LA traveled to India to discover Indian culture and experience the Jewish communities of the Cochin, Mumbai and Konkan regions. They learned about elderly assistance programs, rural development initiatives, and other community programs throughout India. View sample itinerary.
St. Petersburg, Russia – 2016
In June of 2016, fifteen young professionals embarked on a journey from Los Angeles to St. Petersburg, Russia. Working to understand the city and its people, they went on city tours and museum visits. They met with Jewish community leaders and young professionals. They volunteered with adults with special needs and worked together to beautify the St. Petersburg JCC. View sample itinerary.
These meaningful experiences allowed participants to gain a deep understanding of the dynamic partnership between The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and JDC, having worked together for over a hundred years to address the needs of Jews around the world.
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