Teen Programs


 
 
 
Create Connections
           Explore your creative side
           Act for Social Justice
 Build Leadership skills
Explore unique opportunities for laughing, learning & living. Grow appreciation of self and others through interaction, social action, study, travel, fun and food!

Upcoming

*  Teen led musical Shabbat!  Join amazing talent for the next teen led shabbat experience.
*  Giving Back
*  ShabbaS’mores under the stars
*  Israel travel
Look for more info in next Teen Blast

Contact Tara Saltzman 303-478-0501 for more information. 

Rosh Hodesh

Rosh Hodesh: It’s a Girl Thing! is an experiential education program currently touching the lives of 3,500 girls across North America.

The program uses Jewish teachings and practices — in a five-year cycle of curricular materials — to give girls a place to feel safe, articulate their deepest concerns, consider the impact of gender on their daily lives, have fun, and be ‘real’ with their peers.

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Shevet Achim: The Brotherhood (BroHo)

Moving Tradition’s new program for teen boys, Shevet Achim: The Brotherhood, grew out of three years of research. Seeing that boys were disconnecting from Jewish life after bar mitzvah, at a time when the guidance, friendship, and sense of purpose that Judaism could provide were most needed, we set out to re-imagine the transition from being a boy to being a young man. (Read more about our research in the report, Engaging Jewish Teenage Boys: A Call to Action.)

Teen boys who participate in Shevet Achim groups tell us that they enjoy spending time in a “guy space,” where they can explore what masculinity and being Jewish means to them. The boys report that the experience offers them a more “honest,” “relevant,” and “cool” way to participate in the Jewish community. The adult mentors who Moving Traditions has trained as group leaders tell us that in Shevet Achim the guys “decompress” from their stressful lives and that they balance clowning and horseplay with deep discussions of what Judaism has to say about the ethical challenges of their every day lives.

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