TEEN OPPORTUNITIES AT ADAT ARI EL

Trana & Ronald Labowe Teen Learning Center
Tuesdays, 6:00-7:30pm
8th-12th Grade
Join us for a new teen program made up of “mini-mesters" in which we will be partnering with different organizations to expose teens to issues that impact their daily lives. Organizations include: Moving Traditions, Shemesh Farms, JQ International, The Torah Studio, and more! Pizza dinner included each week.

Madrichim (Kesher TAs)
Tuesdays 4:00-6:00pm
8th-12th Grade

Interested in working with children and gaining hands-on experience in Jewish education? Come join the Madrichim Team! Earn community service hours (10th grade+ can be paid) while acting as a positive role model for the next generation.

Adat Ari El Youth Group
2nd Friday of the month and events throughout the year
8th-12th Grade

Please check back for our Youth Group Calendar

Every Family Friday (2nd Friday of the month), the Youth Group invites you to join us for dinner and a Shabbat Tisch. The Tisch, which is Yiddish for table, is a space for teens (8th-12th) to come together for a Shabbat celebration. We will sing folk songs and Jewish songs both traditional and modern, snack on some treats, sip some Martinelli's, and be together in community.

Advanced Camp Leadership
Winter 2023/24 | Sundays | 10am-12:30pm
8th-12th Grade
Love summer camp? Want to be a part of our staff for the Community Shabbaton? Come hone your leadership skills as we gear up for the Adat Ari El Community Shabbaton at Ramah February 3rd-5th. For this program we are partnering with local camps Camp Ramah in Ojai, Camp Alonim, JCA Shalom, and the Wilshire Boulevard Temple Camps. Earn community service hours for time worked at camp.

Teen Philanthropy Program
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Spring 2024 | Sundays
8th-12th Grade
Adat Ari El is pleased to be a part of the LAunchpad: The Los Angeles Synagogue Incubator for Youth Philanthropy, an initiative of Honeycomb. This program launches high quality Jewish youth philanthropy programs in Los Angeles area synagogues.

Our program engages Jewish youth in life-changing experiences of philanthropy and community connection that shape and strengthen Jewish values and identity, leadership skills, and change-making abilities. Come learn how to build new relationships, learn collaboration, philanthropy, and give grants through a Jewish lens.

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