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NCSY & JSU Latte and LearningEvent Details
NCSY & JSU Latte and Learning
Jewish Student Union presents Latte and Learning
Free Starbucks with a great discussion! Monday nights 7-8pm
For more information contact Mordi Spero at 443-248-0634 or email [email protected]
Team Baltimore Girls Volleyball TryoutsEvent Details
Team Baltimore Girls Volleyball Tryouts
The JCC Maccabi Games will be held in Houston, Texas on August 4-9
Open to Jewish athletes who are between the ages of 12-16 as of July 31, 2024 and fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and all other age-appropriate vaccines. Please see the Vaccination Policy. All participants must try out for a team sport or individual sport and be accepted into the program.
Prior to tryouts or if you are interested in the program, please complete this brief intake form.
Nov 19 and Dec. 10, 2:00-4:00pm
Beth Tfiloh Zimmerman Gym
Questions? Contact Rebecca Chinsky.
Learn more about the JCC Maccabi Games.
Teen Service Pop-Up: Chanukkah Volunteering w. Friendship CircleEvent Details
Teen Service Pop-Up: Chanukkah Volunteering w. Friendship Circle
Join 4Front for a Teen Service Pop-up to volunteer at Friendship Circle’s Community Chanukkah Party! Friendship Circle of Baltimore is an organization devoted to the special needs community. At the event, teens will have the opportunity to be partnered with a new friend to enjoy the party with or assist with running a booth or activity. Volunteers will receive 2 community service hours.
Empowering Upstanders: A Talk with Liza WiemerEvent Details
Empowering Upstanders: A Talk with Liza Wiemer
Monday, December 11 | 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
The Jewish Library of Baltimore
5708 Park Heights Ave. 21215
(2nd Floor of the JCC)
Calling all teens to join us for an inspirational evening with author Liza Wiemer.
Wiemer’s book, “The Assignment,” is based on a real incident which occurred in Oswego in 2017. A high school teacher instructs students to argue for the Final Solution, a euphemism used to describe the Nazi plan for the genocide of the Jewish people. Two upstanders in the class speak out against this assignment and are met with conflict and struggle. The book discusses themes of antisemitism, discrimination, the rise of hate groups, as well as the role of media and institutions.
Moderated by a 4Front teen board member of the Jewish Library of Baltimore, Wiemer joins us to speak about themes of allyship, upstanders, and helping students speak up against injustice and hate.
The event will begin with a teen-led Chanukkah candle lighting and will include delicious Chanukkah treats. We’ll have delicious sufganiyot (donuts) and latkes for all teens.
Teens do not need to have read The Assignment to attend this event.
In partnership with Jewish Library of Baltimore, 4Front, Baltimore Jewish Council, NCSY/JSU, and BBYO
STAC Winter Series: Lobbying 101Event Details
STAC Winter Series: Lobbying 101
Winter Session: Lobbying 101
Our 2024 winter session will focus on creating change through lobbying. Participants will develop their speaking and presentation skills while learning about different issues. You will also learn about how government works and the different aspects of local vs state and federal governance. Finally, the session will culminate with an opportunity to actually lobby your representatives!
Monday Nights + Advocacy Day in Annapolis
Jan 8th – Feb 26th
E3 Community of Practice – JanEvent Details
E3 Community of Practice – Jan
Teen Engagement Professionals Community of Practice
A COP for Jewish professionals who care about teens (YOU!). We will gather four times this year to connect & share best practices. Please fill out the interest form to say how you would like to meet (virtual or in-person)! Look out for details on the topic of our January COP.
JCC Maccabi Games 2024 – Houston, TexasEvent Details
JCC Maccabi Games 2024 – Houston, Texas
JCC Maccabi Games 2024
August 4 – 9
The JCC Maccabi Games® have been offering a life-and personality-shaping experience to Jewish teenagers since 1982. Now you can be one of the 6,000 teens from around the world to participate in this five-day Olympic-style sporting event held each summer in several North American cities.
Beyond the athletic competition, the Games promote community involvement, teamwork, and pride in being Jewish. From the connections made via home hospitality to the energy and excitement that comes from competing to the socializing at evening events, the JCC Maccabi Games offer a unique and unforgettable experience for every participant, from athletes to volunteers, to coaches and host families.
Sports Offered for Ages 12-16:
- Ice Hockey
- Girls’ Volleyball
- Flag football
- Table tennis
Questions? Contact Rebecca Chinsky.