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Hatzalah Rescue

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Hatzalah Rescue is a co-ed travel program for teens looking to learn CPR, hemorrhage control, and how to be a first responder. On Hatzalah Rescue teens will be certified as EMR’s, volunteer on an ambulance, assist in the Hatzalah logistics center, all while learning the intricacies of Hatzalah and their daily operations.

  • 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th Coed
  • $9,300
    + $500 Application Fee
  • Israel
  • 4 weeks
  • June 30, 2024 - July 29, 2024
Challenge Yourself

Step outside your comfort zone and join United Hatzalah and NCSY this summer! Challenge yourself by learning new skills on how to become a First Responder.

Once in a lifetime opportunity

This summer, have the experience of a lifetime by volunteering on an ambulance, participants will learn CPR, Hemorrhage Control, and how to become a First Responder. Take these skills back home after the summer and continue to build your resume.

Experience Israel with a new lens

You may have heard about Israel before, but this summer, experience it! Swim in the Kineret with Hatzalah’s state-of-the-art rescue vehicles, jeep in the desert with Hatzalah’s sand vehicles, and rappel off cliffs with Hatzalah’s Search and Rescue Unit. Every day is filled with a new experience that is both fun and informative!

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    “This past summer I had the most amazing experience on Hatzalah rescue Israel. Not only did I have the chance to connect to the Jewish land make long lasting friendships. I had the opportunity to save people life’s. Becoming a first responder and getting to […]
    Tikvah Goldberg – Queens, NY
    Queens, NY
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    “I had the experience of a lifetime this summer on Rescue Israel! I had the opportunity to learn how to be a certified Emergency Medical Responder and ride an ambulance in Israel, while also creating relationships that will last forever. Learning together and traveling Israel, […]
    Esti Polotsky – Denver, CO

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