Teen Program Guide - Lawrence Family JCC

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Message from the Teen Director ..............................2
JCC Teens 9-12th Grade Events ............................3–6
(Sports, Social, Cultural, Community Service)
College Bound ............................................................7
JCC Teen Connect (Grades 6-8) ................................8
Teen Leadership Council ....................................................9
Teen Professional Coalition ..........................................10
JCC Maccabi Games & JCC Maccabi ArtsFest ......11–12
March of the Living ..................................................13
Partners in Prevention..............................................14
Camp Jaycee Summer Opportunities ..............15–16
Teen Membership ....................................................17
This program guide is a reference for all 2014-2015 events,
but due to the seminal nature of our program, events
are constantly being added. Please check our website
frequently at www.lfjcc.org/teens, or call/email
Karen Flexer Friedenberg at (858) 362-1331, [email protected]
It is with great pride and joy that I get to
work with the Jewish teens of San Diego at
the Lawrence Family Jewish Community
Center, JACOBS FAMILY CAMPUS. Each
year I witness the remarkable determination
and tremendous capabilities of our young
San Diego leaders. Our teen programs offer
opportunities for teens to grow, learn, and
thrive through activities that are social, cultural, athletic,
service-oriented, and/or leadership training. It is our goal to
create emotionally well-rounded leaders of the future!
Whether it is joining our 60 member Teen Leadership Council
(TLC) led by President Natalie Aroeste, or by being a CIT/LIT/PLT
at our Camp Jaycee, the teens have shown their willingness
to make a difference and be leaders in our community. Other
programs like JSERVE, Shabbat360, and Like Israel Project
connect teens to San Diego and teach ways to repair the
world. It’s always fun to take our teens on the West Coast
College Tour or the Big Bear Ski and Snowboarding Trip,
and who can forget our awesome Club J and Dodgeball
Tournament. Additionally, we provide community service
and social programming for our Middle School teens!
Lastly, the JCC Maccabi Games and Artsfest is always
an experience of a lifetime with the San Diego Delegation
representing our community in this celebration of Jewish
culture, athletics, and fun! These programs all cater to the
growth of confident, able, and mature young adults.
M E S SAG E F R O M T H E T E E N D I R E C TO R
Dear Teens and Parents,
There is so much to get excited about this year within the
JCC Teen Department as we continue to unite San Diego
teens in an environment that fosters self-esteem, Jewish
identity, individuality, community, service, and leadership!
I look forward to meeting you all at our programs in 2015!
Karen Flexer Friedenberg
JCC Teen Director
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9-12TH GRADE EVENTS
JCC Teen Sports
D o D g e b a l l To u r n a m e n T
Saturday, December 13, 2014 • 7:00–11:30 P.M.
Battle it out with other teens from all the different teen organizations
throughout San Diego in our EXTREME dodgeball tournament. Meet
new friends and get plenty of play time in this rachmanus-centered
competition. Fee includes snacks and refreshments.
Price: $10; JCC Member Price: $7
b i g b e a r S k i a n D S n o w b oa r D T r i p
(all 9–12th graDerS welcome)
Friday–Monday, February 13-16, 2015
Take a trip up to Big Bear to speed down the snowy mountains
with friends. The fee will include transportation, food, lift tickets,
and housing accommodations. Rentals need to be purchased in
advance in San Diego. Meet in the back parking lot of the JCC at
5:00 P.M. on the 13th and return on the 16th at 9:00 P.M.
Minimum enrollment required.
Price: $792; JCC Member Price: $660
J c c m ac c a b i S p o r T S Day
Date and time TBA
Help raise awareness and funds for underprivileged youth by
participating in (our first ever) JCC Maccabi Sports Day. Compete
in basketball, soccer, volleyball, or flag football with your friends
while helping our community. Lunch and T-Shirt included. Developed
and planned by our Teen Leadership Council. This is a day you won’t
want to miss!
Price: TBA
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To learn more about our programs contact Karen Flexer Friedenberg at [email protected] or 858-362-1331
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Come check out our Teen Lounge Monday-Thursday after school and
enjoy our touch screen computers, FREE wireless internet access,
pool table, ping-pong, flat screen TV, XBOX, snacks, and lots of space
to hang out on our lovesac and couches! Hang out with friends,
have a FREE snack, work on homework, and enjoy this space
designed especially JUST FOR YOU!
club J
Club J has been the premier night club for teens since 2009. With
over 250 partygoers per dance, each is uniquely themed with a great
DJ and lighting! Come dance the night away in our very own theaterturned-nightclub, including a professional DJ and an amazing atmosphere
to get your party on!
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9-12TH GRADE EVENTS
JCC Teen Social & Cultural Events
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For Jewish High School Teens
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Saturday, October 22,
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Like Israel Project is a youth and community
collaboration that helps develop teens into
advocates of Israel by providing them with
important knowledge. iTalks is a discussion
forum for teens to understand the breakthroughs and successes of the State of Israel.
In four TED-type talks, Israeli innovations in
different industries are highlighted. Teens
then choose to attend two 25-minute Q&A
sessions with the speakers of their choice.
Free dinner and Free Swag!
FREE!
Program dates and times are subject to change at the Director’s discretion.
Go to www.lfjcc.org/teens for information on all teen programs
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9–12TH GRADE EVENTS
T h e S a n D i e g o J e w i S h f i l m f e S T i va l
T e e n S c r e e n 2 015
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 • 6:00 P.M.
Join the San Diego Teen Coalition and teens from all the different
San Diego synagogues and organizations as we head to Clairemont
Reading Theatres for a FREE film screening. Dinner is also free for
teens! This year’s teen screen film will be selected by a teen focus
group who will examine several films throughout the year and
determine which film to show.
FREE!
S h a b b aT 3 6 0
February 20, 2015 • 5:00–10:00 P.M.
(housing arrangements will be available
for those who are Shomer Shabbos)
Shabbat360 is the largest teen-run
Shabbat program in San Diego. Teens
from all over San Diego will join together
at the JCC for a festive Shabbat dinner
party with their 360 closest friends.
Fun programming will continue throughout
the evening. Shabbat360 is planned by a
large committee of dedicated teens who are involved in every
aspect of the event from publicity, registration, and decorations to
entertainment, and fundraising. If you are interested in finding out
more about joining the Shabbat360 team, please contact Karen
Flexer Friedenberg at 858-362-1331 or [email protected]
Price: $18
T e e n p u r i m c o S T u m e e X T r avag a n z a
Monday, March 2, 2015 • 6:30 P.M.–8:00 P.M.
Led by the Teen Leadership Council’s Judaica Committee, this party
will be fun for all Jewish teens. We will read the Megillah with a
twist on the old tradition and enjoy a Top Chef Hamentashen baking
competition. Make sure to wear your best in-theme costume.
Theme to be determined by our TLC.
Price: $10; JCC Member Price: $5; TLC: FREE
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To learn more about our programs contact Karen Flexer Friedenberg at [email protected] or 858-362-1331
We will be collaborating with other Jewish agencies and youth
groups to promote community engagement. This is a great way
to get your service hours in for the month and learn more about
the challenges your community faces every day.
Senior buDDieS
Thursdays, Twice Monthly • 4:00–5:00 P.M. (excluding holidays)
The JCC Teen Leadership Council is teaming up with JCC Seniors
Department to create a meaningful and enriching community service
project. Teens meet with older folks and help them with technology.
Teens will help explain things like Facebook, email, Skype, and more.
Participants will gain community service hours while making a
difference and maybe even learning a thing or two from one of
our JCC Senior participants.
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TH GRADE EVENTS
JCC Teen Community Service
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Sunday, December 7, 2014 • 10:30–3:00 P.M.
Need community service hours? Then come celebrate the holiday
of lights with your friends and help volunteer at the annual
Hanukkah Happening. Spend time playing with children,
running carnival booths, and designing the teen hang-time room.
T e e n c oa l i T i o n J S e r v e 2 015
Sunday, March 15, 2015 • 12:00–5:00 P.M.
JSERVE is the annual day of service for Jewish
youth throughout the world. It is a day on
which Jewish teens join their counterparts
in other faith communities, cities, and other
countries in giving their time to serve the
communities in which they live. JSERVE
provides over 250 teen volunteers the
opportunity to help at 6 different service
sites throughout San Diego. All youth groups
and teen programs are welcome. Contact Karen
at 858.362.1331, [email protected] to find out how you can get
involved in this annual day of service.
Program dates and times are subject to change at the Director’s discretion.
Go to www.lfjcc.org/teens for information on all teen programs
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C O L L EG E B O U N D
JCC Teen College Bound
2014-2015 College Bound at the JCC is a comprehensive college
preparation program. New this year, in addition to the West Coast
College Tour and our Kaplan SAT/ACT prep courses, we will be
offering a Boston College Tour.
w e S T c oa S T c o l l e g e To u r ( g r a D e S 9 - 1 2 )
Friday–Monday, November 7–10, 2014
In Partnership with the Orange County JCC! Transportation, meals,
and accommodations are all provided. On this college tour, we visit
campuses such as: UCLA, USC, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, Stanford,
UC Santa Cruz, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and UC Santa Barbara.
Campus highlights include meet and greets with students, exploring
the campus, visiting dorms, and experiencing the college town.
Price: $960; JCC Member Price: $800
b o S To n c o l l e g e To u r ( g r a D e S 9 - 1 2 )
Friday–Monday, February 13–16, 2015
On this college tour we will visit campuses in the Boston area
including: Brandeis University, Harvard, Boston College, Boston
University, Northeastern, Emerson, Babson, and Tufts. We’ll get
private tours, see dorm rooms, and meet with college advisors.
Additionally, we’ll get to enjoy the Bostonian life! Duck tour anyone?!
Don’t miss out on this college tour that hits all the schools in one
trip! Transportation, meals, and accommodations all provided.
Minimum enrollment required.
Price: $1,250; JCC Member Price: $1,100
Kaplan SAT/ACT Prep Classes
The world leader in test preparation, Kaplan has partnered up with
the LFJCC and will be offering SAT Complete Prep Courses at the
JCC at a discounted rate for members. Kaplan SAT students learn
score-raising strategies from expert teachers in a dynamic structured
setting. For more information, please visit the Kaplan website
www.kaptest.com or speak with one of the PreCollege advisors
at 1-800-KAP-TEST.
1-800-kap-TeST • kaptest.com
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To learn more about our programs contact Karen Flexer Friedenberg at [email protected] or 858-362-1331
We offer awesome social events for middle school teens (6th-8th
grade). Each month we will offer an awesome event. Bring friends,
make friends, and have fun at the JCC!
c o m m u n i T y S e r v i c e c a r ava n
Need a community service project for your Bar/Bat Mitzvah? Come to
the JCC to make a difference! Each month we will offer a different
service project to help you get your required community service
hours, have fun, and help repair the world! Who knew tikkun olam
could be so fun!? Stay tuned for dates!
T e e n Da n c e c l u b ( T D c )
For the first time, we are offering the awesome party of Club J for
our younger teens. Enjoy a night of dancing and partying with your
friends in our fun TDC party in the JCC’s Bean! Run by the teens in
Teen Leadership Council, you’ll get to dance to the music of an
awesome professional DJ, enjoy delicious treats, take selfies in our
photo booth and have fun with your friends.
• January 10, 2015
• March 7, 2015
Price: $20; JCC Member Price: $18
T e e n S c r e e n 2 015
February 10, 2015 • 6:30–9:00 P.M.
Join the San Diego Teen Coalition and teens from all the different
San Diego synagogues and organizations as we head to Clairemont
Reading Theatres for a FREE film screening at the San Diego
Jewish Film Festival. Dinner is also free for teens!
JCC TEEN CONNECT GRADES 6–8
JCC Teen Connect (Grades 6–8)
JServe
Sunday, March 15, 2015
JSERVE is the annual day of service for Jewish youth throughout the
world. JSERVE provides over 250 teen volunteers the opportunity
to help at 6 different service sites throughout San Diego. All youth
groups and teen programs are welcome.
girlS life
Girls (ages 11-14) can enjoy a fun monthly party just for them! Girls
Life combines health and fitness with fun activities that help foster
leadership, responsibility, wellness, service, integrity, and friendship.
Girls Days at the J will include making fresh ice cream, learning
Zumba, planting flowers, natural spa days, tie-dye, and more! Stay
tuned for Girls Life 2015 dates!
Program dates and times are subject to change at the Director’s discretion.
Go to www.lfjcc.org/teens for information on all teen programs
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TEEN LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
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The Teen Leadership Council
(graDeS 9-12)
The Teen Leadership Council brings together a group of talented
and conscientious teen leaders. Our TLC has grown from a small
group of 10 to our comprehensive program with 60 active leaders!
Leaders are part of committees led by TLC Executive Board Members
and plan events at the JCC for the community at large. The TLC
also participates in community service projects, leadership training
retreats, and represents the Teen Department at Jewish events
throughout the community.
This year’s Executive Board includes:
President: natalie Aroeste
Vice Presidents: Ryan Batten
and Tyla Sass
Tikkun Olam Chairs:
Shannon Saffer and
Shana Weisman
Teen Connect Chair:
Maddison Curtis
Judaica Chair: Josh Glasser
Programming & Recruitment
Chair: Elliot Cohen
2014-2015 Teen Leadership Council
Natalie Aroeste, Alexander Barwin, Ryan Batten, Ben Coden, Alex Cohen, Elliot Cohen,
Eddy Cohen, Bradley Couch, Maddison Curtis, Ben Ehrlich, Natan Elghanian,
Isabel Elghanian, Morgan Ezeir, Uri Federman, Max Feinswog, Daniel Frost,
Jeanette Gaistman, Devynn Glanz, Joshua Glasser, Roee Gold, Cole Goldklang,
Nate Goodman, Shane Goodman, Amanda Gourley, Chloe Kaagan, Shane Katz,
Adam Katz, Allen Katz, Anastasia Khinich, Sharon Kravzov, Nadav Kretzmer,
Roni Kretzmer, Erica Leif, Alyssa Levine, Jaydon Levitt, Ilana Levy, Rami Lieberman,
Allie Mandel, Nathan Miller, Daniel Moch, Bryce Pearlman, Rebecca Penner,
Sam Pidgeon, Elana Roberts, Michael Rosen, Shannon Saffer, Daniel Saloner,
Tyla Sass, Ashley Saven, Miranda Siperstein Rafner, Dustin Siperstein Rafner,
Milla Stern, Addison Stewart, Jakob Travis, Gabriela Umansky, Aaron Wainstein,
Agostina Waisfeld, Paulina Waiss, Shana Weisman, Jordan Winston, Marissa Wolfsheimer
To learn more about our programs contact Karen Flexer Friedenberg at [email protected] or 858-362-1331
The San Diego Jewish Teen Professionals Coalition brings together
all of the Jewish teen/youth programs throughout San Diego County
to collaborate on exploring similarities and celebrating differences in
order to engage teens in a more vibrant and united Jewish community.
Many of our partners have their own unique programs, and for more
information, please contact them directly.
Members include:
Anti-Defamation League
Tina Malka: [email protected], 858.565.6896
T E E N C OA L I T I O N
San Diego Teen
Professionals Coalition
Congregation Beth Am
Halli James: [email protected], 858.481.8454 ext. 23
Congregation Beth El
Jason Lobenstein: [email protected], 858.452.1734 x330
Congregation Beth Israel
Gilad Hoffman: [email protected], 858.535.1111 x3136
Friendship Circle
Elisheva Green: [email protected], 858.487.4879
KEn Jewish Community
Rolo Modelis: [email protected], 619.633.9645
Jewish Community Foundation
Darren Schwartz: [email protected], 858.279.2740
Jewish Family Service
Jessica Nare: [email protected], 858.637.3023
J-TEEn
Daniel Bortz: [email protected], 858.888.6810
Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center,
JACOBS FAMILY CAMPUS
Karen Flexer Friedenberg, [email protected], 858.362.1331
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Adam Simon, [email protected], 619.663.8672
Tarbuton Israeli Cultural Center
Yuval Knaan, [email protected] , 858.245.9375
Training and Education About the Middle East
J.J. Surbeck, [email protected], 760.613.9993
Tsofim- Shevet Galim
Gilie Gefen, [email protected] 760.214.2453
Youth Action Movement of Chabad
Zevi New: [email protected], 347.416.4258
Program dates and times are subject to change at the Director’s discretion.
Go to www.lfjcc.org/teens for information on all teen programs
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JCC MACCABI ARTSFEST ‘15
JCC Maccabi Games 2015
Since 1982, the JCC Maccabi Games have
been providing Jewish teens, ages 13-16
(by July 31, 2015), with a life-shaping
experience based on Jewish values and
healthy competition. Teens also participate
in Olympic-style Opening Ceremonies, a
day of Tikkun Olam, as well as celebratory
parties each night. Each participant will be joining the San Diego
Delegation in this annual celebration of Jewish identity, values,
and community.
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Sports Competitions:
• Tennis
• Baseball
• Swimming
• Basketball
• Golf
• Soccer
• Track and Field
• Flag Football
• In-Line Hockey • Table Tennis
• Dance
• Volleyball
Go to www.sdmaccabi.org for all the details for the JCC Maccabi
Games 2015! We hope to have you on our team this summer!
Delegation Head: Karen Flexer Friedenberg,
[email protected] or 858-362-1331
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To learn more about our programs contact Karen Flexer Friedenberg at [email protected] or 858-362-1331
JCC MACCABI GAMES ‘15
JCC Maccabi ArtsFest 2015
JCC Maccabi ArtsFest is designed to inspire creative Jewish teens
ages 13-17 (by July 31, 2015) through a dynamic combination of
workshops, performance, exhibition, recognition of excellence,
community service, social activities, and fun! Teens develop their
individuality through the medium of artistic expression while
strengthening their bond to their Jewish heritage.
From August 9–14, 2015 in addition to being part of the JCC Maccabi
programming in Fort Lauderdale, FL, teens will attend master classes
in their chosen art specialty. The skills learned during the week will
be displayed during a closing performance on the last day. Teens
experience home hospitality, community service programs, opening
and closing festivities, and evening social programs.
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Star Reporter
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Vocal Performance/Glee
Program dates and times are subject to change at the Director’s discretion.
Go to www.lfjcc.org/teens for information on all teen programs
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MARCH OF THE LIVING
March of the Living
April 12–26, 2015
March of the Living is a two-week international, educational program
that brings Jewish teens from all over the world to Poland on
Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Memorial Day, to march from Auschwitz
to Birkenau, the largest concentration camp complex built during
World War II. They then travel to Israel to observe Yom HaZikaron,
Israel Memorial Day, and Yom Ha’Atzmaut, Israel Independence
Day. The goal of March of the Living is for these young people to
learn the lessons of the Holocaust and to lead the Jewish people
into the future vowing, “Never Again”.
Applications are available on line at www.motlthewest.org. For more
information contact Marcia Tatz Wollner at (858) 362-1174 or e-mail
[email protected] There are five components of the application
process: general application, medical form, essay detailing why you
want to go on March of the Living, letters of recommendation written
by a teacher, principal, Rabbi, high school counselor or youth advisor,
and a personal interview.
Applications and a $1,000 deposit are due by November 15, 2014. The
total cost for the 2015 March of the Living is $6,175. This includes
domestic airfare, international travel, food and accommodations in
Poland and Israel. A community gift of $2,000 was provided to each
student to assist in off-setting the cost. A fully paid community
scholarship for one student is available through the Lili Bialar z”
Memorial March of the Living Scholarship. For more information
visit: lfjcc.org/common/pdf/Teens/MOLScholarshipBialar.pdf
To learn more, visit www.motlthewest.org
Funded by the Melvin Garb Foundation
Generously supported by the Jewish Education Leadership Fund Families:
Chortek Family Foundation, Leichtag Foundation, Melvin Garb Foundation,
Viterbi Family Foundation, Eric Weisman & Susan Chortek Weisman
Former program of the Agency for Jewish Education
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To learn more about our programs contact Karen Flexer Friedenberg at [email protected] or 858-362-1331
Partners in Prevention is the educational component for Beit T’Shuvah
(B.T. is a residential treatment center in Los Angeles)
that provides emotional and spiritual healing
to people with addictive and behavioral
disorders. Through the Teen Department
at the JCC, the program works together
with synagogues, day schools, and
youth groups to bring the message of
spirituality and wholeness to young
adults and their parents. B.T. alumni
share their stories, how they became
addicts, and their journeys back to their
families and community. Practitioners trained
through B.T. lead interactive sessions with teens
and their parents. These sessions combine Jewish spirituality as
well as life-skills that promote healthy decisions and relationships.
The focus of this program is to teach Judaism as a path to promote
self-acceptance, self-worth, spiritual values, and family harmony.
The program addresses addictive and self-destructive behaviors
that are becoming common among teens against the backdrop of
Jewish learning, spirituality, and celebration as powerful tools of
personal transformation.
PA R T N E R S I N P R E V E N T I O N
Partners in Prevention
If you are interested in bringing the Partners in Prevention program
to your school, organization or special group, please contact
Karen at 858.362.1331 or [email protected]
Former program of the Agency for Jewish Education
Program dates and times are subject to change at the Director’s discretion.
Go to www.lfjcc.org/teens for information on all teen programs
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C A M P J AY C E E S U M M E R O P P O R T U N I T I E S
Camp Jaycee Summer Leaders
c o u n S e l o r - i n - T r a i n i n g ( c i T ) ( g r a D e 10 )
One 6-week session: June 15-July 24, 2015
July 27–August 7, 2015 optional add-on
Camp Jaycee’s Counselor-In-Training (CIT) program for selected 10th graders
is designed to develop leadership skills in all camp areas. Each session
features training in conflict resolution, community service, age/group
characteristics, activity planning, decision making, and guest speakers.
CITs work with preschoolers through third grade campers and must
commit to the 6-week session. A CIT application must be submitted
along with a letter of recommendation.
l e a D e r S h i p- i n - T r a i n i n g ( l i T ) ( g r a D e 11 )
One 6-week session: June 15-July 24, 2015
July 27–August 7, 2015 optional add-on
LIT (Leadership-In-Training) is geared towards those who want to become
camp counselors and are interested in becoming better leaders. In the
first week, LIT combines with PLT as a way to further develop their
leadership and community service skills. Campers work together and
become a cohesive team while learning cooperation and problem solving.
LITs refine their skills in leadership and teamwork. They will be hands-on
with younger campers and work closely with counselors within a
supervised program. An LIT application must be submitted along with
a letter of recommendation.
p h i l a n T h r o p y l e a D e r S h i p i n T r a i n i n g ( p lT )
(graDeS 10-12)
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Philanthropy Leadership in Training is a leadership program in partnership
with the Jewish Community Foundation that promotes teen interaction
with the San Diego non-profit community and explores the concept of
philanthropy. Participants will develop leadership skills, discuss grant
priorities, conduct site visits, speak to donors and grantees, participate
in community service, and ultimately establish a plan of charitable giving
to local non-profit organizations. Participants gain creative entrepreneurial
marketing and technological skills while focusing on consensus-building,
interviewing, and public speaking. This week is perfect for the highly
motivated leaders of tomorrow.
Prices, dates and additional information will be available in our upcoming
CAMP JAYCEE 2015 brochure.
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To learn more about our programs contact Karen Flexer Friedenberg at [email protected] or 858-362-1331
(going inTo graDe 6-8 in 2015)
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Session
Session
Session
Session
2-week SeSSionS:
I: June 15–26
II: June 29–July 10
III: July 13–24
IV: July 27–August 7
Tsofim Caravan brings together teens from all over San Diego to share
in four different adventures! Teens bond and form close friendships as
they enjoy summer experiences while traveling and enjoying traditional
day-camp! Highlights include: white water rafting on the Kings River,
water sports at Mission Bay Aquatic Center, and much more! Activities
include; sports, games, art, music, swimming, and overnights. Prices
and additional information will be available in our upcoming CAMP
JAYCEE 2015 brochure.
Freshman Caravan 2015
(going inTo graDe 9 in 2015)
four
Session
Session
Session
Session
1- w e e k S e S S i o n S :
I: June 22–26
II: July 6–10
III: July 20–24
IV: August 3–7
Prices and additional information will be available in our upcoming
CAMP JAYCEE 2015 brochure.
C A M P J AY C E E S U M M E R O P P O R T U N I T I E S
Tsofim Caravan 2015
Program dates and times are subject to change at the Director’s discretion.
Go to www.lfjcc.org/teens for information on all teen programs
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TEEN MEMBERSHIP
Teen Membership
T e e n ag e S 1 3 - 17 J o i n T h e J c c n o w !
m e m b e r S h i p $ 15 0 .
Benefits of Teen Membership:
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Access to the Qualcomm Sports & Fitness Center
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Member rates throughout the JCC: including JHCompany
Performances and Teen Programs
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Member rates for the JCC Maccabi Games & JCC Maccabi ArtsFest
Access to Aquatics Friedenberg Pool and Tennis Courts
Free member fitness classes such as: Yoga, Zumba, Spin,
Abs Blast, plus many more (Classes subject to change)
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Camp Jaycee member prices (for individual teens w/membership)
Join now! call the Jcc membership Department
(858) 362-1115 or come by the Jcc to sign up!
! TeenS enTering college
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nT if you are interested in becoming a Jr. counselor in
Te the upcoming summer for camp Jaycee, applications
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are available at the front desk at the Jcc. you can also
get information at www.lfjcc.org.
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To learn more about our programs contact Karen Flexer Friedenberg at [email protected] or 858-362-1331
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The Gary & Jerri-Ann Jacobs Teen Director Endowment Fund
The Larry Pidgeon JCC Youth Basketball Endowment
Ratner Teen Engagement, Camp and Preschool Scholarship Fund in Memory of Sandy Ratner
Go to www.lfjcc.org/teens for information on all teen programs
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Jcc
Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center
JACOBS FAMILY CAMPUS
Mandell Weiss Eastgate City Park
4126 Executive Drive
La Jolla, California 92037-1348
NONPROFIT
ORGANIZATION
US POSTAGE
PAID
PERMIT 58
SAN DIEGO CA