November 1, 2012
Julie Wiener | The Jewish Week
A new report from Brandeis University's Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies — the third in an ongoing
longitudinal study comparing young American Jews who participated in the
free Israel trip to those who did not — finds that six to 11 years
later, the experience continues to affect life choices and outlooks.
“As the Birthright population has gotten older, as they’ve moved away
from the program, the effects are as strong, or even stronger, than they
were,” Leonard Saxe, the director of the Cohen Center and its Steinhardt Social Research Institute, told The Jewish Week.
Read the full article, "Birthright’s Effect Still Strong Years After Trip" at The Jewish Week