Feb. 28, 2021

Atlanta Israel Gap Year Information Session Series: Young Judaea Year Course

  • teens and parents
  • 7:00pm EST
  • free
  • virtual

Young Judaea Year Course

Schedule of Events:

12pm – Facebook Live interview with Dafna Laskin, Director of Engagement at Year Course. Tune in on our Facebook page.

7pm – Virtual Information Session with Dafna Laskin. Dafna will be joined by a teen and parent to speak about the program.

All day: Instagram Takeover all day from a current participant on Year Course. Follow us on Instagram @JumpSparkATL to get a glimpse into the gap year program.

Click here to register for our 7pm information session.

Program Description:

Young Judaea Year Course is the largest gap year program in Israel. Participants live in Israel for nine months, earning up to 30 college credits. Together with academic studies, participants strengthen their independence, maturity, and positive value systems, building the skills to thrive and succeed – socially, academically, and as members of their communities.

Learn more at their website.


Find the Israel gap year program that’s right for you!

Join us for a series of information sessions on each of the Gap Year programs eligible for the Atlanta Israel Gap Year Scholarship. The diverse participating gap year programs span a range of focus areas, cities, and religious affiliations. There’s an Israel gap year experience for everyone and we will help you identify the one that’s right for you.

To help in this process, JumpSpark will have a day dedicated to learning about each program, meeting the staff, and hearing from current and past teen and parent participants. This is a great opportunity for you to learn more about which program might be a good fit.

Each day that a program is highlighted, we will feature the following three things;

  • Facebook live with program staff
  • Teen Instagram takeover
  • Evening information session with program staff, student, and parent

Click on the individual sessions to register for one or for all options.