At a Glance - *Registration for the 2017-2018 is currently open
- Hosted at The Boulder Jewish Community Center, Tuesday nights @ 5:00-7:00pm (23 sessions a year).
- We are intentional about avoiding BVSD and Jewish holidays.
- Dinner and juice provided during each session.
- Culminates with an end of year celebration!
Tuition: *Get The Early Bird Registration! $500 Tuition assistance available.
2017-2018 Program Session Dates:
September 12th, 19th, and 26th
October: 3rd, 10, 17th, and 24th
November: 7th, 14th, and 28th
December: 5th and 12th
January: 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th
February: 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th
March: 6th, 13th, and 20th
April: 3rd, 10th, and 17th
You and your friends want to hear more? Schedule time with the BJTI staff.
A pluralistic, cutting-edge, living Jewish Laboratory.
Have a blast, build skills and get inspired.
A collaboration supported by the Boulder Jewish Community that positions itself as a formative step in an 8th graders journey.
Accessible opportunity designed for all Jewish backgrounds that requires less commitment than traditional education models.
Dynamic engagement through immersive experiences, relationship building, critical thinking, and a personalized approach focused on the psycho-social and identity development of participants as they prepare to enter High School.
Weekly gatherings will be sequenced with team activities, content and relevant skill building, interactive workshops, and reflective processing.
Explore topics ranging from social dynamics, cooking/gardening, time management, Israel narratives, and gender/sexuality.
Facilitation is focused on the individual participants needs and constructed by BJTI staff who are experienced in a variety of settings, engagement methodologies and youth work. This program also integrates local clergy, community leaders and field professionals in a space that allows ongoing coaching and mentorship.
Our participants will gain a larger peer group, more confidence in themselves, and are better prepared to make healthy, informed decisions.
Exposure to the large number of Jewish “doors” teens can explore as they NaviG8 their place in our tribe, Boulder’s community and the world.
We are building more robust young adults, global citizens and modern Jews.