The following introductory text is excerpted from the main Study
"Habonim Dror provided me with a community. I find Habonim people everywhere and feel a connection with them."
"It taught me how to function in a community both by making compromises, listening to the people around me and how everyone needs to do their part."
"Mosh was my home away from home, my second family. The friendships I made as a camper at Mosh and on Workshop continue to be the most meaningful and rewarding."
"The idea that we as a community are responsible for each other's well-being. Habonim was my life, and the people I meet from my Habonim experiences have an instant connection."
"Growing up, Camp was the one environment that allowed me to connect with others in a substantial way. The friends that I made at camp are a part of my permanent family. No matter how much time passes and how much distance is between us, we always pick upright where we left off because we have such a strong foundation."
"My summers at Miriam are some of the most formative of my life. It's the first place I ever felt like I belonged — I had a really special kvutza that felt like a family, one that I really needed as I was growing up."