Teen Programs

Be a Part of the NEW Program for Teens

Learn, Think, Plan, Lead, Travel, Eat, Laugh…

NOW is the time to join the conversation

Discover your passion

Make connections & Share your strengths

All Jewish identified teens in grades 8 – 12

Lots to learn and do beyond Religious School

Have Fun!

FREE Pizza tasting for 1st night dinner!

 

 

Aleynu Details

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Wednesday Evening Classes at Congregation Beth Israel
(link to schedule down below)

  • Approximately every other week from 6:00 – 8:00 beginning September 26
  • 1st night FREE pizza tasting dinner
  • Trimester schedule (5 sessions per trimester)
  • Limmud (core) and Chug (elective) classes & socializing over dinner
  • 1st trimester Limmud:  “Ingredients for Revolution:  Inspiration for Social Change” taught by Cantor Alisa Finemen
  • 1st trimester Chug: “Yum! Jewish Cooking for Teens” taught by Paige Weisskirch
  • 2nd & 3rd trimester classes chosen by students

Leadership Training

  • Plan and put-on your own teen generated one-time events
  • Periodic Sunday afternoons (12:00 – 1:30) hanging out & planning
  • Earn $36 bonus for creating and implementing a pop-up event
  • What do you want to do with your friends?

Madrichim Program

  • Be a Teacher Assistant (paid or community service)
  • Become a model for younger Religious & Hebrew School students
  • Religious School registration not required
  • Interested? Contact Louise Riddell-Kaufman at directorlouise@aol.com

Trips

  • San Francisco
    • 8th & 9th grade trip on December 2
    • Contemporary Jewish Museum
      • “Lew the Jew & His Circle: Origins of American Tattoos”
    • Washington DC
      • Tour Washington DC & learn to lobby with other teens from around the country
      • Build new skills & share your views with decision-makers on Capitol Hill
      • L’Taken Social Justice program, https://rac.org/ltaken-social-justice-seminars
      • 10th – 12th grade trip on March 15 – 18
      • Cost of trips significantly subsidized

Looks great on college applications!

Potential Community Service hours.

 

Want to talk to a teen about Aleynu?
Contact Joely Kaatz at (831) 915-9980 or joelykaatz@me.com.

Want to talk to a parent about Aleynu?
Contact Donna Shore at (831) 236-1478 or shornikandsons@sbcglobal.net.

Ask questions to our new Teen Engagement Coordinator, Charles Stone, give him a call at (216) 509-2507 or send a message to chuckelsruels@gmail.com.

For more links & further information or to register, call (831) 624- 2015.
Click here to download a printable copy of the Aleynu details and schedule.

Click here for the full religious school and youth programs calendar.