J-Teen Leadership students collected and distributed over 50,000 pounds of supplies to help people throughout the U.S., Cuba, and Haiti.
J-Teen Leadership students perform over 1,500 service hours a year.
J-Teen Leadership students have raised funds for people in need.
J-Teen Leadership has four pillars: Local Projects, Advocacy, Mentorship and Outreach, and Philanthropy (LAMP). Leadership Circle members are eligible to co-chair events, plan future meetings, lead committees, and sit on the executive board.
Local projects are open to teens inside and outside of our Leadership Circle. Projects take place on Sundays and school holidays and participants receive community service certificates following their participation.
Service trips are open to teens inside and outside of the Leadership Circle. Immersive service trips allow us to mobilize resources and deliver supplies to those in need outside our local community. Service projects allow participants to forge new relationships within Jewish communities and with organizations across the United States and beyond.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2024 • 7:30 PM
J-Teen Leadership is partnering with the Midnight Run to deliver food and supplies to the homeless in NYC. Students can join us to set up and sort supplies; or set up, sort, and do the midnight run; or collect donations even if they don't attend the event.
Civil Rights Service Trip to Atlanta
THURSDAY, MARCH 21 - SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2024
Join J-Teen Leadership on an educational journey to the South. We’ll visit some of the most important sites of the Civil Rights movement and look at it through a Jewish lens.
Community Service hours will be provided.
9-12 graders are welcome!