Community Events

Oct
20

Friday, Oct 20th 7:40am - 8:40am

Oct
21

Saturday, Oct 21st 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Oct
23

Monday, Oct 23rd 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Oct
23

Monday, Oct 23rd 8:00pm - 10:00pm

Oct
26

Thursday, Oct 26th 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Oct
28

Saturday, Oct 28th 7:30am - 8:15am

Oct
30

Monday, Oct 30th 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Local Opportunities

JCC Diller Teen Fellows

The Diller Teen Fellows is a 15-month pluralistic, international, youth leadership fellowship currently active in 26 communities in North America, Israel, Australia and South Africa. Twenty Boston area teens - the JCC Diller Teen Fellows - are selected yearly based on their leadership aptitude, commitment to Jewish learning, interest in exploring their connection to Israel, and passion for serving their community. Fellows participate in monthly Sunday workshops, three weekend retreats, a 10-day peer hosting of a Haifa Diller Teen Fellow in Boston, and a three-week trip to Israel in the summer. The Fellowship is open to high school sophomores and juniors. Applications (by current freshmen and sophomores) are accepted in the spring. Teens from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

The Fellowship year runs from September to December of the following year. The cohort is announced in June each year.

To learn more, click here.

 

Jewish Teen Foundation of Greater Boston (JTFGB)

The Jewish Teen Foundation of Greater Boston is a year-long program for Jewish high school students from across the metro Boston area. Together they learn the ins and outs of professional philanthropy and grantmaking through a Jewish lens, and allocate grants to effect real change in the causes they care about most.

Jewish teens who will be in grades 9-12 in fall of 2016 who are interested in philanthropy, leadership, and helping to transform the world around them should apply!

To learn more, click here.

 

The Brandeis Design Lab Teen Fellowship

The Brandeis Design Lab Teen Fellowship teaches motivated Jewish high school students the creative, design, and building skills necessary to solve real problems facing the Jewish community and the world. 

Over eight fun, action-filled Sundays at Brandeis University and the project site, fellows use the innoavtive approach of design thinking to understand a local community problem and then design and execute a solution.

To learn more, click here.