Information on the 2021-2022 Program
The International March of the Living – CAJE’s partner that makes all flight, hotel, and ground arrangements for the travel component of the MOTL program – is planning for an in person return to Poland and Israel for 2022, however we are still continuing to assess the situation to maintain the safety and wellness of all of our participants.
If we are not able to travel this year, we will continue to educate about the Holocaust and Israel advocacy within the Miami teen community as we do each and every year. The March is not only a two-week immersive travel experience to Poland and Israel; it is a six-month educational program. Every year, our goal is for March participants to gain knowledge and confidence in understanding the Shoah, advocating for Israel as well as being an upstander, and this year is no different.
In order to participate, eligible Miami-Dade High School seniors must apply to participate in the program and complete all appropriate acceptance paperwork.
Apply to participate in the 2022 March of the Living program.
Click here for the formal announcement with Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY
Miami’s Leo Martin March of the Living program is a program for Jewish high school seniors in Miami-Dade County. Priority goes to students who live in Miami-Dade, attend school in Miami-Dade and/or attend Synagogue in Miami-Dade. Typically, students need to have two out of these three items checked off to be considered for our Miami-Dade program (i.e., live and go to school in Miami-Dade or live and go to synagogue in Miami-Dade). Attending educational sessions are mandatory for participating in the full program.
For more information about Miami's Leo Martin March of the Living, contact email@example.com or call at 305-576-4030