Join the Israel Lacrosse Association on our sixth annual Winter Service Trip, which takes place from December 22, 2018 through January 1, 2019. The group will take off to Israel on our group flight from JFK-New York to take part in one week of touring, volunteering, and lacrosse, including domestic competition with and against top Israeli high school teams. The final days of the program are expected to take place in Italy, where the group will compete as Israel against several European teams. Contact Blaire for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org, or Register Here.
The application for Rose Youth Foundation is now open, and due by Friday, June 29!
Rose Community Foundation is seeking diverse Jewish teens to apply to participate in Rose Youth Foundation 2018-2019. We depend on our community to recommend applicants who would bring a lot to the Rose Youth Foundation experience and gain a lot from it. Applicants should be entering grades 10 through 12 in the fall of 2018, identify as Jewish, and live in Greater Denver or Boulder.
Do you know someone who would make a great Rose Youth Foundation applicant? Please use this form to connect us to them. We will reach out to nominees with more information about the program and encourage them to apply.
J-Street is offering scholarships for teens to attend the 2018 "A Voice for Today, A Vision for Tomorrow" conference. You will have the opportunity to meet with our Representatives in Congress to lobby for a fair two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict. The scholarship includes waiving the conference fee ($450) and up to $600 for travel and a hotel. Learn more about this exciting opportunity here!
When: April 14 - 17
Where: Washington DC
This is a 4-part series of current event topics in the United States viewed through a Jewish American history lens - government, loyalty, civil rights, and immigration. We'll look at these trending topics to see how Jews have had an impact on and been impacted by them since they arrived in America in 1654.
The topic for this class is Immigration. We'll look at this important topic through the lens of American Jewish history leading into the issues we face today. Open to all 8-12th graders who are interested in these topics. Come learn, discuss, and debate!
Taught by Jeff Raizen
Where: Bonai Shalom (in the classroom in the back of the social hall)
When: 11:00 am-12:00 pm on Saturday, January 20
Community Service Hours!
As Tech Teens we will meet and connect with residents while helping out with various tech needs! We begin to roll our eyes at the adults in our lives at about age 10 with their inefficiency with technology. But we must remember it is a generational thing! There is nothing more frustrating than not being able to figure out how to download a book on your Kindle or how to look at that photo of your adorable grandchild sent over e-mail.
When: October 22nd @ 1pm-3pm
Where: Meridian Boulder – Brookdale Senior Living
Consistency: Weekend (Sunday)
Eligibility: Open to all 7th-12th graders
Come join Boulder BBYO for an interesting program about Indigenous Peoples' and Sukkot! We'll have dinner and a quick havdalah.
When: Monday, October 9th from 6:30-7:45 PM
Where: Address given after registration
Contact Ezra Kone at email@example.com for more information!
This is a 4-part series of current event topics in the United States viewed through a Jewish American history lens - government, loyalty, civil rights, and immigration. We'll look at these trending topics to see how Jews have had an impact on and been impacted by them since they arrived in America in 1654. Open to all 8-12th graders who are interested in these topics. Come learn, discuss, and debate!
Taught by Jeff Raizen
Where: Bonai Shalom
When: 11:00 am-12:00 pm on October 7, January 6, March 3, April 7