They are coming of age with Parkland and Pittsburgh and the hyper-polarized politics of Washington. When it came to religious engagement, many teens expressed a greater affinity for Jewish culture than for traditional religious engagement. The teens surveyed displayed an interest in engaging in more than one type of Jewish expression, getting involved with multiple youth organizations across the denominational spectrum.
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Through microgrants, exciting new summer programs, and Israel education workshops, our partnerships with leading organizations give educators and youth leaders the tools they need to create inspiring environments that motivate Jewish teens to be their best selves. Teen Engagement. Special Teen Initiatives.
While the CJE offers teen services and programs, teens are encouraged to investigate the diverse opportunities in Jewish Baltimore and to explore Jewish identity and find community. Additional Organizations with Teen Opportunities. Committed to a pluralistic experience, BBYO attempts to accommodate and provide a comfortable environment across the halachic Jewish law spectrum.
The San Francisco Bay Area is one of 10 communities - known as The Funder Collaborative - launching a multi-faceted teen initiative aimed to reverse the increasing trend of teens opting out of Jewish life in their high school years. Skip to main content. Search form Search.
At a time when they are hungry for meaningful encounters in their life, teens benefit from involvement in Jewish communal activity -- from local leadership development programs to summer trips to Israel, and more. These experiences help shape them as responsible and empathetic young adults and enhance their skills as they prepare for higher education and the workplace. The Federation is committed to investing in a bright Jewish future with programs for tomorrow's Jewish community members.
Birthright participants in Tel Aviv. Growing up comes with many pressures that are different from those of 20 years ago, what with our world being permeated by social media and constant communication. Family was found to be a key component of Jewish life, with Jewish teens liking their parents and valuing their perspectives, the findings revealed.
Jewish teen philanthropists are in a unique position to have a direct impact in the aftermath of a tragedy. This document provides tips for effective grantmaking after a tragedy or crisis and links to educational materials. When you take a look back at your year, how you might evaluate your program?
T hey are coming of age with Parkland and Pittsburgh and the hyper-polarized politics of Washington. The survey was conducted online by the Jewish Education Project from December to Januarywith follow-up interviews between September and November When it came to religious engagement, many teens expressed a greater affinity for Jewish culture than for traditional religious engagement.