The Alexander Muss High School in Israel is offering rising 10th, 11th and 12th graders summer programs, designed to create memories that will last a lifetime.
In partnership with NYU Bronfman Institute for Impact and Intrepreneurship, a five-week AMHSI Entrepreneurship program (June 26 to Aug. 2) offers teens the opportunity to explore Israel’s history, beauty, and culture from north to south through the lens of Israel as a “Start-Up Nation.”
From one-on-one mentorships to workshops with leading Israeli entrepreneurs, students will learn how to create and launch a startup from A to Z. Throughout the program, students will conceptualize, build, prototype, and pitch a viable startup to a Shark Tank-style panel.
Select from specialized tracks such as Environmental Entrepreneurship, Impact Entrepreneurship, and Financial Markets Boot Camp.
The four-week AMHSI Roots Israel (June 28 to July 25) is a travel and community service program on which teens discover the diversity and wonders of Israel, volunteer side-by-side with local Israelis, and explore issues of environmentalism and social sustainability that are crucial to Israel’s way of life.
The cost for each JNF-USA-affiliated program is $3000, with incentive grants available. For more information visit bit.ly/3BbuKqc