Are you a California State University student interested in studying abroad in Israel?

Are you a student at a California State University (CSU) campus and want to study in Israel? Although the CSU system has put out a nice brochure for study in Israel for the coming year, the program is nevertheless “currently suspended”.  So that means that it’s not currently an option at this time.  However, a few years back, the UC system re-instated their study abroad program in Israel despite the State Department’s safety advisory.  For those who would like to see the CSU study abroad program coming back to Israel, there is hope.

You can still do something about this problem – you can write a letter to the CSU administration.  Although you are welcome to compose your own letter, there are some letters that have already been suggested for your use. You can use the following letters as templates and adapt them to your personal information and interests:
Letter for freshmen
Letter for sophomores & juniors
Letter for seniors

When you are ready to send it in, you can send it to the following:

Mr. Leo Van Cleve
Director of International Programs,
California State University
401 Golden Shore
6th Floor
Long Beach, CA 90802-4210

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About Rabbi Drew

The current SoCal Jewish Student Services Rabbi.
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One Response to Are you a California State University student interested in studying abroad in Israel?

  1. Pingback: California State University system to resume study abroad in Israel beginning in the fall of 2012 | SoCal Jewish Student Services

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