Tikkun HaYam-Scubi Jew

Based on the Jewish Tenet of Tikkun Olam (Repairing the World), and focusing on the marine environment, Tikkun HaYam-Scubi Jew is dedicated to educating students and the Jewish Community about the imminent threats  to and actively doing our part to repair the damage done to our oceans, rivers and lakes, and the creatures that live in them.  We call it Tikkun HaYam (Repair the Sea).

If you’re concerned about the Marine Environment and want to make a difference, then Tikkun HaYam is for you.
Scubi Jew isn’t just about diving… It’s about diving with purpose.


Content added by this initiative.

We’re doing it again… Israel Underwater Birthright
We're doing it again. Registration is now open for this summer's Israel Underwater Birthright Trip 2016. If you are (or know someone who is) Jewish, a certified scuba diver, between the ages of 18-26, and have not been to Israel since you began college, you're eligible for this once in a lifetime opportunity. In addition to touring Israel ...

Taglit Birthright Israel “Underwater”
This summer saw the first Taglit Birthright Israel "Underwater" trip take place.  This trip was the first of its kind to expose and educate participants about Israel and her marine environment.  A group of 30 Americans were joined by 10 Israelis to experience Israel's wonders under the sea.  They learned "Water Torah" and strengthened their ...

Darkness Upon the Face of the Deep
Darkness upon the Face of the Deep –חשך על פני תהום Rabbi Ed Rosenthal “In the Beginning God created the heavens and the earth. And the earth was null and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God hovered on the surface of the water.” (Gen.1:1-2). While we ...