TEENS FOR TOMORROW
Jewish teens of all backgrounds, denominations, gender, sexual orientation, or those with disabilities can connect to Federation through various programs that Federation funds including BBYO, iCAN, travel experiences, exchange programs, Sinai schools, and volunteering. Create a meaningful experience that will inspire a lasting connection to Jewish living.
A NEW GENERATION
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iCAN is a leadership program for high school students designed to address core questions for Jewish students as they prepared for college and beyond. Participants study Jewish values, identify their personal views and perspectives around Israel and Zionism and learn how to engage in civil discourse with individuals of differing opinions. Ariella Noveck, Director, Jewish Community Relations, AriellaN@jfnnj.org or 201-820-3946.
BBYO is the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in meaningful Jewish experiences. Federation funds BBYO in northern New Jersey to make sure teens have a vibrant platform for having fun, affordable, and meaningful experiences that inspire a lasting connection and lifelong friendships. For more information, please contact Sheryl Sarin, Director, Planning and Allocations at SherylS@jfnnj.org or 201-820-3913.
The Volunteer Center offers individuals and families a meaningful way to participate in Tikkun Olam initiatives. Through needs-driven, impactful programs, volunteers serve the Jewish and broader communities — ultimately strengthening a collective community. For more information please contact Shara Nadler, Manager, Volunteer Resources Center, SharaN@jfnnj.org or 201-820-3947