Jewish Life at Duke

Travel Opportunities

Roots to Rights

A partnership between Jewish Life at Duke and the Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture, Roots to Rights is an experiential education program exploring the South's major historic Civil Rights sites.

The program explores the shared beliefs that brought these seemingly disparate communities together during this pivotal period in American history.

Birthright Israel

Each spring, Jewish Life at Duke hosts its very own Birthright Israel trip for current Duke University students. Birthright Israel is an international program that offers young Jews ages 18 to 32 the opportunity to visit Israel free of charge on a 10-day peer group trip. Led by JLD staff members, students travel throughout the country, exploring sites of historical, cultural, and religious significance. Jewish Life at Duke is happy to work with graduate students who wish to travel on a Birthright Israel trip with those closer to their own age. 

Study Abroad

Are you studying abroad during the semester or over the summer? Be sure to check out the Jewish community abroad for opportunities to meet Jewish university students, celebrate holidays, volunteer in the community, and locate kosher restaurants. More resources can be found through the Global Education Office.