Snorkel & Study: A Jewish Winter Break Adventure for College Women
This January dive deep into Jewish thinking, texts and traditions with A-List educators. Tan, snorkel and swim at a stunning resort in the Florida Keys. And make lasting friendships with your Jewish peers from around the world.
At Snorkel & Study you'll get the real deal on everything from love and dating the Jewish way, to souls, reincarnation, free will and abortion. You’ll find out what Jews believe, what the key to happiness is, what really happened in the Garden of Eden - and why any of that matters at all today, in our culture at this moment in time.
Add one magical Shabbat, a talent show starring you and your new friends, and a few unforgettable farbrengens - and you've got one outrageous life-changing winter break.
This summer, check out SUN & STUDY! It's the summer crash course on Judaism you've been looking for, brought to you by the people who make Snorkel & Study great.
What You Need to Know
Who: Undergrads and Grad Students
SUN & STUDY - over July 4 weekend
SNORKEL & STUDY - first week of January
SUN & STUDY - Pottersville, NJ
SNORKEL & STUDY - Key Largo, FL
Scholarships: Full and Partial Scholarships
Extras: Sign ups always start September 1. Sign up early—space is limited.
SUN & STUDY: July 3-9, 2019 in Pottersville, NJ
SNORKEL & STUDY: Jan 2-9, 2020 in Key Largo, FL
She Said/She Said
A huge thank you to Barbara - the incredible woman who makes Snorkel & Study happen! You gave me a whole new perspective on how to impact people’s lives for the good.
Radical talent show!
My favorite part was meeting so many different girls and hearing everyone’s stories. So inspiring!
I loved Shabbos! It was such a huge bonding experience.
I was really impressed with the knowledge of the teachers. I like that they were so open and approachable and that they wanted you to ask questions.
Going home I’m a lot better equipped to be a more confident, observant, informed Jew. Thank you to everyone who made this possible - I’ve never met a more loving group of strangers.
One of the most important things I learned: Everything happens for a reason.