Teen Shabbaton Retreat at Tamarack, November 3-5
Questions? Email Melissa Ser at email@example.com to express interest
Nosh & Drash (8-12 grade)
Mondays, 5:45 to 7 p.m. (dinner included)
Register for the whole year or the months you are interested in!
October 16, 23, 30: Jewish Magic, Demons, & Sorcery
November 13, 20, 27: Israel’s diversity through hummus
December 4, 11, 18: Everything you didn’t know about Chanukah
January 8, 22, 29: What does it mean to be an American Jew?
February 5, 12, 26: Biblical stories we wish weren’t there
March 4, 11, 18: Superheroes and Supervillians
April 1, 8, 15: How to Jew Part II
Dual Enrollment Hebrew (9-12 grade)
Earn high school and college credit simultaneously by taking Hebrew on Sunday evenings (5:30 to 7 p.m.). This fully accredited program will give you your high school language credits as well as transferable college credits. Oakland county high schools contribute to some of the cost of tuition each semester, and limited additional scholarship is available.
Our classes will take place via Zoom using Eastern Michigan University’s Canvas platform. Registration closes in mid-August; if your rising 9th-12th grader is interested in taking Hebrew next year, please check out all the information at https://bit.ly/DEHebrew
Earn up to 1.0 high school and 6 college credits per year. Contact Dr. Melissa Ser for more information or call 248.626.2153.
Dual Enrollment Registration: https://bit.ly/DEHebrew
Better to Serve (8-12 grade)
Sundays 12:15 to 2:15 pm, includes lunch
earn volunteer hours • have fun • make a difference
What does Judaism say about supporting others in our community? How can you make a difference? We will learn about Jewish values of inclusion, then volunteer and build community with clients served by JARC. Mark your calendars now for these dates, and start changing the world!
Better to Serve: https://adatshalom.org/bettertoserve
Be a classroom assistant, and learn what it means to become a Jewish leader through our program of training and practical application. You will be assigned to a classroom or a student as a buddy, and take part in regular training during school hours. Contact Jodi Gross for more information on applying to become a madrich/a. Madrichim may work on Sundays and/or Wednesdays. Eighth graders may receive volunteer hours; high schoolers may opt for volunteer hours, a stipend, or a combination of the two. Space is limited. This program is a blend of formal training and real-life experience and is supervised by both Jodi Gross and Melissa Ser.
Teen Havdalah & Social Nights
November 18, January 13, and March 9 with Rabbi Nosanwisch
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for information and to RSVP