Frequently Asked Questions



1. How do I or my teen register to participate in the 2022 March of the Living program?

Participants will need to apply HERE. Spots will be limited this year so we encourage each student to complete their application and sign up for an interview in a timely manner.

2. Will sessions be held in person?

We will continue to assess the situation each month, but we will begin virtually in December. We are planning for some immersive physically distanced and safe experiences later on in the calendar year.

3. Is there a fee to participate in the 2022 program?

The application fee is $180. This will be refundable until participants are accepted into the program (Please note that any credit card or e-check fees will not be refundable). At this time, we do not have all the details regarding the cost of the full program. We expect it to be between $7,800-$10,000 because of safety protocols, added costs for travel, testing, and travel restrictions. Costs and the cancellation policy will be determined in October 2021. All payments will need to be paid between November 2021 and February 2022 for the program.

4. Why should I sign up for the 2022 program?

We hope to be able to travel in 2022 but we do not have all the information yet in order to determine if travel will be possible for our community. If we are not able to travel, we will continue to educate about the Holocaust and Israel advocacy within the Miami teen community as we do each and every year. Giving community teens the opportunity to learn from Survivors and scholars. 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 to gainupstander, and this year is no different.

5. What are the dates for the 2022 program?

Virtual sessions will be approximately 2 hours in length. Times are to be announced at a later date. As of now, the tentative dates are:

  • Sunday, December 5 - VIRTUALLY
  • Sunday, January 9 and January 30
  • Sunday, February 27
  • Sunday, March 13
  • Sunday, April 3
  • Possible departure TBD Sunday, April 24
  • Possible return TBD Sunday, May 8

6. Who is eligible to participate in the program?

Eligible teens are 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.

7. I’m confused about my options; Can I speak with someone?

Yes! We would love to speak with you. Please contact us by emailing: miamimotl@caje-miami.org or calling us at: 305-576-4030 ext. 143.