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BJE Teen Service Corps Summer 2017

WAIT LIST ONLY

Registration is closed for BJE Impact: Teen Service Corps, a two session, week-long summer day camp engaging rising 7-10th graders in direct service and Jewish service learning.

If you wish your child to be put on the wait list, please contact Candace Brand at 323-761-8609.

Session 2: August 7 – 11, 2017   Campers earn 12 hours of community service credit while 10th graders in the CIT (counselor-in-training) Leadership program earn 15 hours. 

BJE Impact: Jewish Service Learning

To learn more about what BJE Programs are offering through the digital landscape, click here.  For updates on  BJE Impact and BJE Teen Service Corps, as well as other service learning opportunities, please contact Michal Kress

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BJE Teen Service Corps "sold out"

Jun 22, 2016

BJE Teen Service Corps "sold out" its two week-long summer day camps that will engage 63 teens in community service and service learning centered on the theme, "Hunger and Poverty".  Campers volunteer their service and explore the many ways LA based organizations work to address these issues, followed by reflection activities led by Teen Service Corps educators. 

When Does Community Service Truly Become Tikkun Olam?

May 01, 2012

By Phil Liff-Grieff

We are fortunate to be living in a time when it has become increasingly fashionable to do community service. Families, teens and children are engaging in volunteer activity to help others, save the planet or otherwise make a difference in the world around them. This is, quite simply, a good thing.

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