Join us for our another year of exciting and innovative teen programming!
At TLC, teens in 8th-12th grade explore their rich Jewish heritage and challenging modern lives through a variety of learning and community building programs. We offer teens flexible scheduling and ownership of their own education, ways to KNOW, BELONG, and DO.
KNOW: diverse learning opportunities
BELONG: relationship building community programs
DO: action and direct service projects
Bet Torah values life-long learning, and provides opportunities for many different types of learning to engage our young adults.
Thursdays, 6:15-7:15 p.m., monthly, in Rabbi Brusso's home. $200/full year.
College preparation and discussion with the rabbi. Open only to 11th and 12th graders.
Tuesdays, 6:00 p.m., weekly. First session Tuesday, October 9. $500/full year.
Teens have opportunities to build a peer community, and to as well as make an impact on the wider synagogue community.
Intergenerational mentorship program. Our grant from a prominent national foundation has ended after two years, so the program will be different next year. More information will be coming out in August!
Youth group for all Jewish teens.
Rosh Hodesh and Shevet, powered by Moving Traditions
Sunday evenings, monthly, in homes. $200/full year ($275 for non-congregants).
Bet Torah teens improve our community and our world through leadership, action, and direct service, showing a commitment to tikkun olam (repairing the broken world).
Teacher assistants and teen role models in Kulanu/Religous School. Space for this program is limited, and requires an application.
Sunday, November 11, evening, until Monday morning.
Open only to teens 14+. You must attend an orientation, dates TBA. You will be able to save your spot on the Run by signing up to attend an orientation.
Westchester Jewish Basketball League (WJBL)
Season starts after Thanksgiving, playoffs after Presidents’ Week.
Gina Fass, Director of Education for the Religious School
Loen Amer, Director of Youth Engagement