We invite teens in 8th-12th grade to explore their rich Jewish heritage and challenging modern lives through a variety of learning and community-building programs.
Join us for exciting and innovative teen programming!
Wednesdays, January 12, 19, 26, February 2, 9, and 16, 6:15-7:15 p.m. $125/six weekly courses.
Intellectual discussion of important topics in Jewish life with your Bet Torah peers and an academically-minded adult mentor.
Tuesdays, 6:13-7:30 p.m. weekly, starting Tuesday, October 5. $550/full year.
Safe space discussion with Robin Wald.
Thursdays, 6:15 – 7:00 p.m., monthly. $200/full year.
College preparation and discussion with the rabbi. Open only to 11th and 12th graders.
Mondays, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m., monthly. No fee.
Teen leadership development program including training workshops and practical, hands-on leadership of some TLC programs.
Applications for 2021-2022 were due June 25.
Madrichim in 9th-12th grade and Madrichim-in-Training (MIT) (8th or 9th graders) serve as role models, working with teachers to create a positive environment throughout Kulanu Learning Program. Regular training and skill-development workshops led by Robin Wald are a key part of this program.
- Midnight Run
- Cooking for the Emergency Shelter Partnership
- Carnival for Special Needs Guests from WJCS
Five gatherings over the year, starting Sunday, November 14. $60/full year of five gatherings.
Intergenerational friendship, encouraging meaningful relationships between teens and older adults in our congregation, led by Robin Wald and Loen Amer.
Rosh Hodesh and Shevet powered by Moving Traditions
Sunday evenings, monthly, for most groups. Dates and times vary by group. $210/full year ($300 for non-congregants).
Small group experiences for young women, young men, and in NYC for non-binary teens, that encourage self-discovery, promote self-confidence and strengthen connections with other teens and the broader Jewish community, all with the guidance of a trained mentor.
Programs occur most months. Full list of Bet Torah youth group dues.
Loen Amer, Director of Experiential Learning for Children and Teens