Suggested Packing List
3 Pairs of work pants (something you don’t mind getting dirty)
4 work shirts (something you don’t mind getting dirty)
2-3 Pairs of Shorts
1 Pairs of Jeans
1 Pr. Sweatpants
1 Long Sleeve t-shirts/Sweatshirts
7-10 Pairs of Underwear
1 Fleece/Light Jacket
1 pair of sneakers
1 pair of closed-toed shoes for working (these will also get dirty!)
Clothes for Shabbat (Shabbat in Israel is casual but modest. Women should have a modest skirt, and men should have slacks — warning it will be cold at night)
Rain Coat — it may rain in Jerusalem.
Work Gloves (they are usually canvas with some suede or suede-like material - they can be purchased at any hardware store or home depot-esque store and they cost anywhere from $3-$10 per pair. Each participant needs to have their own pair of gloves)
Toiletries (i.e. Shampoo, soap, deodorant, etc)
Travel Alarm Clock
Hat — VERY IMPORTANT!
Day Bag (for day trips/hikes)
Israel adaptor for electronics
Medicine for 7 days
** Helpful tip — check www.weather.com for the weather report in Israel.**
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Now in its seventh year, AB has proven to be a truly transformative experience.
“While other kids only have sunburns to show for their break, I know that I did something worthwhile with my time over break,” Corey Jacobson ASB ’09 said, who described his time in Israel as “one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life.