Mitzvah Corps Costa Rica

Choose to experience Costa Rica through the lens of indigenous cultures, supporting their community development and housing projects! From its rainforests to its volcanic peaks to its two coasts, Costa Rica is one of the most beautiful nations in Central America. Home to some of the most bio-diverse swaths of land and sea on the planet, Costa Rica is famed for its natural environment – and it’s commitment to that environment! Costa Ricans – or Ticos, as they’re called here – are intensely proud and protective of their lands, and have put their country on the map as the world leader in ecotourism and environmental protection. In addition to its stunning flora and fauna, Costa Rica is noted for its cultural and ethnic diversity. 

Running at two separate times, both offer participants an authentic opportunity to immerse themselves into the native culture, work alongside local peers, and build long lasting relationships, all while having a positive social impact, and experiencing the magic of pura vida, being full of life! Each track offers a distinct social justice focus, and both include experiencing a range of Costa Rican culture and adventure, including a zipline canopy tour, swimming in waterfalls, the chance to practice your Spanish language skills, exploring volcanos, spending Shabbat with the Costa Rican Jewish community, and playing soccer with the local youth!

Both of the Mitzvah Corps Costa Rica programs involve intensive, physical service work in the rainy summer months, so be prepared to get down and dirty! Conditions on the trip are simple, and match the local style of life.

Take the opportunity to understand rural life and indigenous culture in Costa Rica. Paddle and boat to the rural community of a Bribri tribe, close to the border of Panama. Stay in tents in the village and work with community members on small-scale development projects. Learn all about their unique culture and lifestyle. End the trip with a beach day and surfing lessons on the Caribbean coast!

Issue Focus: Infrastructure and Economic Development

When Costa Rica was first colonized by the Spaniards in 1524, the tropical rainforest on the Caribbean coast was seen as an impenetrable land filled with poisonous plants and dangerous animals, so the Bribri, Cabecar, Naso, and Nobe Bugle peoples who lived there were never conquered. Instead, they were pushed deeper and deeper into the rainforest, but left to preserve their indigenous culture. Today, the Bribri territories, although part of Costa Rica, are semi-autonomous, with a government elected by the Bribri people, their own language, and an economy focused primarily on farming and organic agriculture.

Mitzvah Corps Costa Rica participants will pass through the provinces of Heredia and Alajuela during their travel to the Bribri village. The majority of their time will be spent in province of Limon, where the village and the majority of the tribe is located. The community is accessible only by boat or dirt road, which makes access to markets and basic services challenging. Residents rely primarily on cacao, banana and plantain harvests to meet basic needs and many live at or below the poverty line. We have partnered with the Yorkin primary and secondary schools, the Yorkin Water Committee, and Aventuras Naturales, a local enterprise designed to provide education and income generation opportunities for residents, and participants will work on community development projects with these organizations. 

Social Justice

Mitzvah Corps is committed to providing sustainable support; all of the direct service projects are initiated by local community members, and relevant context is thoroughly discussed. The focus of the program is on community development, so projects will support efforts to improve infrastructure. Previous years' projects have included:

  • Building the foundation and walls of a bodega for the Yorkin Water Committee
  • Weaving suita in order to help repair the local school roof
  • Handling cacao at the local chocolate factory

Each project is ongoing; Mitzvah Corps participants will play an integral and relevant role, and local community members will continue to work on the projects when our program has concluded.

Living La Pura Vida

Costa Rica is known for its pura vida lifestyle, appreciating the little things, having a positive attitude, and taking advantage of every opportunity. It's also about living simply, and valuing the people that bring you joy. To embody this concept, Mitzvah Corps participants enjoy:

  • Relaxing on hammocks at sunset
  • Unplugging from technology and social media
  • Spending time enjoying each other's company

Becoming Part of the Community

We have longstanding relationships in the community, and as part of that legacy, Mitzvah Corps participants are welcomed each summer with open arms. Truly being immersed in the culture, teens have the chance to:

  • Practice their Spanish
  • Play soccer with local kids
  • Eat home cooked meals
  • Build relationships with their Costa Rican peers
Below is our preliminary itinerary. We refine the schedule as we approach each summer to respond to the evolving needs, and take advantage of the most current opportunities, in the local communities. Shabbat will be observed in the local community on Friday evening and Saturday morning, and Havdallah is celebrated on Saturday evening.

Day 1 - Arrival into San Jose
The program will commence in Miami, where the group will begin building their community by getting to know one another, and framing the experience they're about to have. Flying together, the group will arrive at the Juan Santamaría International Airport just outside the city of Alajuela. Welcome to Costa Rica! This evening will be spent in San Jose, with an introductory meeting about the adventure ahead.

Day 2 - Travel to Cahuita
After breakfast, the group will get suited up and hit the class III-IV rapids of the Pacuare River! As they raft down the river toward the Caribbean coast, they'll enjoy the rich greenery and narrow canyons that have earned the Pacuare a reputation as the most beautiful whitewater in the world. There is a stop along the way for buffet picnics on the riverbanks. After exiting the river, they'll travel on to the Caribbean town of Cahuita, where a beachfront hotel will be their home for the night.

Day 3 - Travel to Yorkin
In the morning, the group will depart for a 90-minute journey by boat to the border of Costa Rica and Panama, and then on to the Yorkin Community, an indigenous Bribrí community in the mountains of far southeast Costa Rica. Here, friendly Bribrí community members will greet the group, help them settle in, and give an introduction to their unique culture and community. End the afternoon with the beginning of the service initiative, then enjoy an evening with this welcoming community.

Days 4-7 - Service Projects
Each morning after breakfast, the group will head out to the community service project locations and begin work with their village hosts. We have partnered with the Yorkin primary and secondary schools, the Yorkin Water Committee, as well as Aventuras Naturales, a local enterprise designed to provide education and income generation opportunities for residents. Projects change each year, as the focus is on the evolving needs of the community, but will likely include construction, laying foundation, thatching rooftops, and more. 

After lunch, the group will resume their projects in the afternoon. When the day's work is complete, the group will have a chance to spend time with the children of the community, kick a soccer ball around, practice Spanish, and even learn some words in the Bribri language! Dinner will be back at the comfortable base house in Yorkin, and there will be down time to hang out and relax.

There will also be some breaks in the service work for cultural activities, such as learning from members of the community about the ways they use the cacao plant to make chocolate, and their use of medicinal plants. 

Day 8 - Beach Day in Puerto Viejo
Today the group will say a bittersweet goodbye to the community they've come to love, and hop on a boat back to the Caribbean Coast to experience the cool waters and palm trees of the beaches of Puerto Viejo. There is an opportunity to take a surfing lesson with some of the most experienced surf instructors of the region – no prior experience necessary! Lunch will be eaten at a local restaurant, sampling the best of the Caribbean cuisine. In the afternoon, the group will enjoy some souvenir shopping and relaxation on the palm-lined beaches before heading back to the hotel in Cahuita.

Day 9 - Cahuita National Park
For their final full day in Costa Rica, the group will explore the Cahuita National Park. Known for immense biodiversity both on land and in the ocean, Cahuita is a 2,711-acre national park in the Caribbean La Amistad Conservation Area. The 600-acre reef it encompasses has at least 35 species of coral, 140 species of mollusks, 44 species of crustaceans, and 123 species of fish. On land, the population includes northern tamanduas, pacas, white-nosed coatis, raccoons, sloths, agoutis, mantled howlers and white-headed capuchins. There is also a wide variety of birds, such as the green ibis, green-and-rufous kingfisher, and keel-billed toucan. Not to mention the nearby town of Cahuita has a relaxed reggae vibe, with opportunities to play in the sand, relax in the warm waters, or stroll through souvenir shops at their funky beachside locations.

Day 10 - Return to the United States
The group will travel together back to Miami.

Each Mitzvah Corps international program commences at a U.S. gateway airport. Participants are responsible for their transportation to the gateway city, where they will be greeted by their Mitzvah Corps staff. The entire group will travel together from the gateway airport to their international destination, and return together upon conclusion of the program.

Domestic Travel to Miami

Mitzvah Corps Costa Rica will commence at Miami International Airport.

Participants are responsible for their own transportation from their home to the airport. Travel parameters are provided upon registration; once confirmed, participants will submit their domestic travel plans to Mitzvah Corps.

The cost of domestic travel is not included in tuition, nor does Mitzvah Corps make arrangements for any domestic travel.

Domestic carriers have varying regulations regarding unaccompanied minors (read specific policies and fees of major domestic carriers Southwest, United, Delta, American, and JetBlue). Please refer to the protocol of the chosen airline, and notify Mitzvah Corps in advance of the program so that we can provide the contact information for the staff member who will greet the teen upon their arrival, and coordinate a smooth travel experience.

International Travel to Costa Rica

Participants and staff on Mitzvah Corps Costa Rica will depart together from Miami International Airport, and return to the same airport when the program concludes. All participants must travel with the group.

The cost of this round-trip airfare is estimated to be about $600 and is not included in the program tuition.

Mitzvah Corps handles booking and purchasing seats for each participant on the group flight. When the seat is ticketed in the spring and the cost is finalized, that charge will be added to your Mitzvah Corps bill, and you will be required to pay it in full by April 1st.

If you have access to points or miles that you'd prefer to use instead of dollars, and there is reward availability on the group flight, that method of booking may be available. Please contact us to discuss this option.

Obtaining a Tourist Visa

United States citizens are not currently required to have a visa to enter Costa Rica.

Non-U.S. citizens must check local visa requirements, including requirements for countries passed through in transit.

Global Traveler's Insurance

Traveler's insurance is included in Mitzvah Corps tuition; policy details are available upon request.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about international travel!

What are the housing accommodations like in Costa Rica?
While in Cahuita, the group will stay in a comfortable hotel with a swimming pool, right in front of the beach and close to the Cahuita National Park. While in Yorkin, the participants stay in one big wooden house, separated by self-identified gender, with individual mattresses covered in mosquito nets. The lodge is rustic and simple, but comfortable, safe, and immersed in nature.

What are the physical requirements for participation on this program?
Mitzvah Corps Costa Rica engages in volunteering projects that require moderate to intensive physical labor (digging, building, painting, lifting heavy objects, etc) outdoors in the heat and humidity. As with all Mitzvah Corps programs, participants are expected to be independent and not require consistent one-on-one care. This program is not ADA compliant.

Will participants receive documentation of community service?
Yes! Upon completion of the program, participants will receive formal documentation for 40 hours of community service. Please note that this number is inclusive of all social justice community engagement; participants who are looking to document specific, traditional direct service hours should contact Mitzvah Corps in advance with any questions.

What kinds of clothing and other items will participants bring to Costa Rica?
Summers in Costa Rica are hot, humid, and rainy. Participants should only bring clothing that can get dirty, and ideally made of fabrics that are quick-drying; we suggest loose, long pants and sleeves in order to prevent bug bites and protect against heavy brush. Each teen should bring waterproof boots, comfortable for walking through mud, as well as flip flops or water sandals. Linens, towels, and pillows will be provided, but participants should pack their own toiletries, bug spray, sunscreen, and personal items. All items should be packed in a large backpack, which should be lined with plastic trash bags to keep contents dry. A detailed packing list will be sent prior to the program.

What is NOT included in the program tuition?
International airfare from Miami to and from Costa Rica (approximately $600) is not included in program tuition. However, families do not need to take any action to secure international airfare. These flights are obtained by Mitzvah Corps on behalf of all participants, and the charges are added to each family's bill in the spring.

If non-U.S. citizens require a visa for entry into Costa Rica, the cost of the visa is not included in program tuition. U.S. citizens do not require a visa for entry.

Will the group have a chance to exchange money?
Yes. While tuition covers all necessary expenses, some participants may choose to bring extra money for souvenirs or snacks. Many local vendors accept American dollars, but there will be an opportunity to either exchange cash, or use an ATM machine to withdraw the local currency.

How does the group get to and from Costa Rica?
All teens will arrange their own transportation to Miami International Airport. After an overnight orientation in Miami, the group will fly together to San Jose. The cost of the international airfare is not included in tuition; however, Mitzvah Corps makes arrangements on behalf of the participants and passes the true cost on to the families. Please visit our TRAVEL tab for more detailed information.

Are there any vaccinations required to travel to Costa Rica?
Please visit the Centers for Disease Control website and consult your doctor for more information about vaccinations that may be applicable for travel to Costa Rica.

Additionally, the Union for Reform Judaism requires that all camp and travel program participants, staff and faculty must be immunized. Medical exemptions are granted in rare cases; please contact us regarding any potential exemptions prior to registration. For more information, please refer to the URJ Policy Statement on Vaccine Status.

Is it necessary to purchase a special visa or traveler's insurance?
United States citizens are not currently required to have a visa to enter Costa Rica. Non-U.S. citizens must check local visa requirements, including requirements for countries passed through in transit. 

Traveler's insurance is included in Mitzvah Corps tuition; policy details are available upon request.

Mitzvah Corps programs are designed to be mixed and matched, giving you the opportunity to connect two or more experiences to design your ideal social justice
summer.

Experience small town life in a traditional tico community on this unique service adventure. Immerse yourself in the community. Build meaningful relationships with the locals. Live in luxury tents nestled in the rainforest. Experience the beauty of nature while still having the modern amenities of a hotel. Have the adventure of a lifetime with whitewater rafting and zip lining.

Issue Focus: Infrastructure and Economic Development

From its rainforests to its volcanic peaks to its two coasts, Costa Rica is one of the most beautiful nations in Central America. Home to some of the most biodiverse swaths of land and sea on the planet, Costa Rica is famed for its natural environment and Costa Ricans – or Ticos, as they’re called here – are intensely proud and protective of their lands. Costa Rica’s small rural villages are the true heartland of the country, and with a priority on protecting the environment between provinces, they can face challenges in accessing the materials and goods needed to build and maintain strong infrastructure and economic development.

Mitzvah Corps Costa Rica participants will pass through the provinces of San Jose and Alajuela during their travel to the Sarapiqui area. The majority of their time will be spent in San Ramon, in the province of Heredia. San Ramon is a rural agricultural town located in the mountains next to the Braulio Carrillo National Park. We have partnered with the Sarapiqui Community Development Association to support a range of initiatives focused on developing much needed infrastructure, including housing projects and improvements on living conditions. 

Social Justice

Mitzvah Corps is committed to providing sustainable support; all of the direct service projects are initiated by local community members, and relevant context is thoroughly discussed. While specific projects vary, as we work in response to the evolving needs of the community, past projects have included:

  • Building a home for a family with children with special health needs
  • Installing a floor in a family home
  • Improving living conditions for community members

Each project is ongoing; Mitzvah Corps participants will play an integral and relevant role, and local community members will continue to work on the projects when our program has concluded.

Living La Pura Vida

Costa Rica is known for its pura vida lifestyle, appreciating the little things, having a positive attitude, and taking advantage of every opportunity. It's also about living simply, and valuing the people that bring you joy. To embody this concept, Mitzvah Corps participants enjoy:

  • Relaxing on hammocks at sunset
  • Unplugging from technology and social media
  • Spending time enjoying each other's company

Becoming Part of the Community

We have longstanding relationships in the community, and as part of that legacy, Mitzvah Corps participants are welcomed each summer with open arms. Truly being immersed in the culture, teens have the chance to:

  • Practice their Spanish
  • Play soccer with local kids
  • Eat home cooked meals
  • Build relationships with their Costa Rican peers

Below is our preliminary itinerary. We refine the schedule as we approach each summer to respond to the evolving needs, and take advantage of the most current opportunities, in the local communities. Shabbat will be observed in the local community on Friday evening and Saturday morning, and Havdallah is celebrated on Saturday evening.

Day 1 - Arrival into San Jose
The program will commence in Miami, where the group will begin building their community by getting to know one another, and framing the experience they're about to have. Flying together, the group will arrive at the Juan Santamaría International Airport just outside the city of Alajuela. Welcome to Costa Rica! This evening will be spent in San Jose, with an introductory meeting about the adventure ahead.

Day 2 - Travel to Sarapiqui
This morning the group will head out after breakfast for the 3 hour bus ride to Sarapiqui. Upon their arrival, they'll take a walking tour around town and get settled in their unique hotel, which will serve as home base for their time in Sarapiqui. After lunch, the group will enjoy a zip lining tour through the forest canopy, before returning to the community to learn about and prepare for their service projects. 

Days 3-5 - Service Projects
Each morning after breakfast, the group will head out to the community service project locations and begin work with their village hosts. We have partnered with the Sarapiqui Community Development Association to support a range of initiatives aimed at improving the quality of live for members of the local community. Projects change each year, as the focus is on the evolving needs of the community, but will likely include small construction projects, community beautification, and more. 

After lunch, the group will resume their projects in the afternoon. When the day's work is complete, the group will have a chance to spend time with the children of the community, kick a soccer ball around, sample some fresh pineapple, and practice Spanish! Dinner will be back at the comfortable hotel, and there will be down time to hang out and relax.

Day 6 - Raft the Sarapiqui River
Today the group will raft the Sarapiquí River, which is known as the most scenic river in Costa Rica's tropical rainforest. There will be plenty of opportunities to marvel at the lush local flora and maybe even catch a glimpse of the region’s wildlife - toucans, monkeys, and even iguanas. After a full day on the river, the group head back to the base to swap stories about the day’s adventure and for the last hours of service dedicated to finishing (or almost finishing) the service projects. They'll enjoy a delicious dinner and the last night as a group while celebrating the time in this village.

Day 7 - Travel to Cahuita 
Today the group will say a bittersweet goodbye to the community they've come to love, and depart for a 2 hour bus ride back to Cahuita. The afternoon will be spent relaxing on the beach, and reflecting on the work that's been completed.

Day 8 - Beach Day in Puerto Viejo
The group will head to the Caribbean Coast to experience the cool waters and palm trees of the beaches of Puerto Viejo. There is an opportunity to take a surfing lesson with some of the most experienced surf instructors of the region – no prior experience necessary! Lunch will be eaten at a local restaurant, sampling the best of the Caribbean cuisine. In the afternoon, the group will enjoy some souvenir shopping and relaxation on the palm-lined beaches before heading back to the hotel in Cahuita.

Day 9 - Cahuita National Park
For their final full day in Costa Rica, the group will explore the Cahuita National Park. Known for immense biodiversity both on land and in the ocean, Cahuita is a 2,711-acre national park in the Caribbean La Amistad Conservation Area. The 600-acre reef it encompasses has at least 35 species of coral, 140 species of mollusks, 44 species of crustaceans, and 123 species of fish. On land, the population includes northern tamanduas, pacas, white-nosed coatis, raccoons, sloths, agoutis, mantled howlers and white-headed capuchins. There is also a wide variety of birds, such as the green ibis, green-and-rufous kingfisher, and keel-billed toucan. Not to mention the nearby town of Cahuita has a relaxed reggae vibe, with opportunities to play in the sand, relax in the warm waters, or stroll through souvenir shops at their funky beachside locations.

Day 10 - Return to the United States
The group will travel together back to Miami.

Each Mitzvah Corps international program commences at a U.S. gateway airport. Participants are responsible for their transportation to the gateway city, where they will be greeted by their Mitzvah Corps staff. The entire group will travel together from the gateway airport to their international destination, and return together upon conclusion of the program.

Domestic Travel to Miami

Mitzvah Corps Costa Rica will commence at Miami International Airport.

Participants are responsible for their own transportation from their home to the airport. Travel parameters are provided upon registration; once confirmed, participants will submit their domestic travel plans to Mitzvah Corps.

The cost of domestic travel is not included in tuition, nor does Mitzvah Corps make arrangements for any domestic travel.

Domestic carriers have varying regulations regarding unaccompanied minors (read specific policies and fees of major domestic carriers Southwest, United, Delta, American, and JetBlue). Please refer to the protocol of the chosen airline, and notify Mitzvah Corps in advance of the program so that we can provide the contact information for the staff member who will greet the teen upon their arrival, and coordinate a smooth travel experience.

International Travel to Costa Rica

Participants and staff on Mitzvah Corps Costa Rica will depart together from Miami International Airport, and return to the same airport when the program concludes. All participants must travel with the group.

The cost of this round-trip airfare is estimated to be about $600 and is not included in the program tuition.

Mitzvah Corps handles booking and purchasing seats for each participant on the group flight. When the seat is ticketed in the spring and the cost is finalized, that charge will be added to your Mitzvah Corps bill, and you will be required to pay it in full by April 1st.

If you have access to points or miles that you'd prefer to use instead of dollars, and there is reward availability on the group flight, that method of booking may be available. Please contact us to discuss this option.

Obtaining a Tourist Visa

United States citizens are not currently required to have a visa to enter Costa Rica.

Non-U.S. citizens must check local visa requirements, including requirements for countries passed through in transit.

Global Traveler's Insurance

Traveler's insurance is included in Mitzvah Corps tuition; policy details are available upon request.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about international travel!

What are the housing accommodations like in Costa Rica?
During their time in Sarapiqui, participants will stay in comfortable tent suites with 2 double beds in each. These are not your typical camping tents, and combine a rustic environment with modern conveniences. There is running water, electricity, and a ceiling fan in each tent, as well as a private bathroom connected to each tent.

What are the physical requirements for participation on this program?
Mitzvah Corps Costa Rica engages in volunteering projects that require moderate to intensive physical labor (digging, building, painting, lifting heavy objects, etc) outdoors in the heat and humidity. As with all Mitzvah Corps programs, participants are expected to be independent and not require consistent one-on-one care. This program is not ADA compliant.

Will participants receive documentation of community service?
Yes! Upon completion of the program, participants will receive formal documentation for 40 hours of community service. Please note that this number is inclusive of all social justice community engagement; participants who are looking to document specific, traditional direct service hours should contact Mitzvah Corps in advance with any questions.

What kinds of clothing and other items will participants bring to Costa Rica?
Summers in Costa Rica are hot, humid, and rainy. Participants should only bring clothing that can get dirty, and ideally made of fabrics that are quick-drying; we suggest loose, long pants and sleeves in order to prevent bug bites and protect against heavy brush. Each teen should bring waterproof boots, comfortable for walking through mud, as well as flip flops or water sandals. Linens, towels, and pillows will be provided, but participants should pack their own toiletries, bug spray, sunscreen, and personal items. All items should be packed in a large backpack, which should be lined with plastic trash bags to keep contents dry. A detailed packing list will be sent prior to the program.

What is NOT included in the program tuition?
International airfare from Miami to and from Costa Rica (approximately $600) is not included in program tuition. However, families do not need to take any action to secure international airfare. These flights are obtained by Mitzvah Corps on behalf of all participants, and the charges are added to each family's bill in the spring.

If non-U.S. citizens require a visa for entry into Costa Rica, the cost of the visa is not included in program tuition. U.S. citizens do not require a visa for entry.

Will the group have a chance to exchange money?
Yes. While tuition covers all necessary expenses, some participants may choose to bring extra money for souvenirs or snacks. Many local vendors accept American dollars, but there will be an opportunity to either exchange cash, or use an ATM machine to withdraw the local currency.

How does the group get to and from Costa Rica?
All teens will arrange their own transportation to Miami International Airport. After an overnight orientation in Miami, the group will fly together to San Jose. The cost of the international airfare is not included in tuition; however, Mitzvah Corps makes arrangements on behalf of the participants and passes the true cost on to the families. Please visit our TRAVEL tab for more detailed information.

Are there any vaccinations required to travel to Costa Rica?
Please visit the Centers for Disease Control website and consult your doctor for more information about vaccinations that may be applicable for travel to Costa Rica.

Additionally, the Union for Reform Judaism requires that all camp and travel program participants, staff and faculty must be immunized. Medical exemptions are granted in rare cases; please contact us regarding any potential exemptions prior to registration. For more information, please refer to the URJ Policy Statement on Vaccine Status.

Is it necessary to purchase a special visa or traveler's insurance?
United States citizens are not currently required to have a visa to enter Costa Rica. Non-U.S. citizens must check local visa requirements, including requirements for countries passed through in transit. 

Traveler's insurance is included in Mitzvah Corps tuition; policy details are available upon request.

Mitzvah Corps programs are designed to be mixed and matched, giving you the opportunity to connect two or more experiences to design your ideal social justice summer.

Costa Rica Session 2 connects well with Civil Rights or Pacific Northwest.

At A Glance

Infrastructure and Economic Development
Length: 10 days
Community Service Hours: 40
Cost: $3060 $2860 + airfare
Session 1 - Yorkin
Dates: June 24-July 3, 2018*
Session 2 - Sarapiqui
Dates: July 24-August 2, 2018*
*Dates are tentative, and may be adjusted by a few days in either direction. When final dates are confirmed, enrolled families will be notified and given the opportunity to either confirm registration, or cancel without penalty. 
Mitzvah Corps organizes and reserves seats for participants on a round-trip group flight from a gateway U.S. airport to each international program destination. Program staff will fly with the group on both departure and return. The international airfare is not included in the tuition cost; please refer to the TRAVEL tab for details.
Register for multiple programs to receive a $100 discount per additional program.
Mitzvah Corps is open to all rising 10th - graduating 12th graders.