Wendy Salto, a campus leader from Trinity College, writes that the memory of her grandmother reconnected her with her faith on Israel Uncovered.
National Student Board co-Chair, Delaney Kahlert, writes that getting involved with The David Project left a lasting impact on her college career.
Growing up, Arpine’s family always told her that she needs to visit Israel. After participating on Israel Uncovered, she realized how much it could truly change her life.
Ben Sack, our National Student Board co-Chair, writes how Israel Uncovered and the friendships he’s gained have made his college experience all the more worthwhile.
National Student Board member, Maxine Wiesenfeld, writes that joining The David Project helped her strengthen her love for Israel.
“The streets are alive. Dense crowds of people mill about the alleyways between shops selling fresh breads, varieties of spices which put color wheels to shame, fruit-flavored gummy candies, and pomegranates larger than softballs.”
When Darcie Grunblatt joined us on Israel Uncovered she learned that the land may not belong to one people, but that the people must learn to live together in this land.
Brenda Montecinos, a student from Rutgers University, had many preconceived notions about traveling to Israel. She was surprised to see how much her opinions and viewpoints would change.
Rebecca Schiller, a student at Baruch College, shares her experiences and memories on Israel Uncovered which ultimately shaped her narrative.
Josh Hilfman, from the University of Pittsburgh, writes about the incredible opportunity he had to learn about and expose himself to previously unheard narratives.