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The Reform Movement's commitment to the pursuit of justice and providing meaningful opportunities for high school students is unwavering. The RAC Social Justice Academy, new for the 2020-2021 year, offers meaningful, fun, and actionable Jewish social justice education in a virtual setting.
Connect with social justice leaders from across North America, learn how to organize and take action with experts, and make change in your community and around the world. This fellowship will launch in January 2021 and is open to 10th-12th grade high school students.
In these turbulent times, the study of entrepreneurship and innovation can be a stabilizing force, providing the mindset that will help you understand the new world, navigate it, and change it.
Mitzvah Corps is the Union for Reform Judaism's network of immersive social justice travel programs for high school students, offering Jewish young adults the chance to build meaningful relationships with like-minded peers and people from around the world and to ask valuable questions, support local efforts, and be real global citizens.
NFTY is open to teens in grades 6 to 12, helping Jewish teens build confidence, friendships and leadership skills through experiential youth-led educational programming including social justice projects, worship, and community-building initiatives .Programs are offered by nearly 500 Reform congregations and on a regional and North American level.
URJ Heller High is the Union for Reform Judaism's accredited semester-long program for Reform Jewish high school students in grades 10 to 12, offering an unparalleled opportunity to be immersed in the richness of the land, culture, people, and history of Israel, all while earning high school and college credit.
NFTY in Israel is the Union for Reform Judaism's network of Israel travel programs for teens. High school students hike, climb, discover, and explore with new friends from across the continent, returning home with endless personal accomplishments, meaningful memories, and a lifelong connection to Israel.
The RAC’s Social Justice Seminars give thousands of Jewish teens the opportunity to impact our political process by speaking with policy makers on Capitol Hill. These weekend-long seminars are designed to expose participants to a variety of public policy issues and to explore the Jewish values that inform the Reform Movement’s advocacy.
Explore interactive, meaningful and fun experiences, choosing from Jewish Life in Your Family Life, URJ Camps' virtual experiences, campfire-style Jewish music concerts, and Shabbat morning experiences for families with young children.
Since 1970, Jacobs has served the Reform Jewish community of the Deep South: Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Central & Western Tennessee and the Florida Panhandle. The opportunity to live as part of a close-knit community and develop new skills, coupled with Jewish values and the development of one’s Jewish identity, result in the experience of a lifetime.