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Teen Service Learning and Leadership Program

Applications are now being accepted for the CAJE Service Learning and Leadership Fellows Program. Class will start in January and be held on SUNDAYS! This is a new opportunity for all 10th-12th graders to learn about and experience Jewish Social Justice and Tikkun Olam in action.

SLL Fellows will be in class on Sundays for 5 weeks, attend the Panim Seminar in Washington DC and continue on to be on the planning committee for our Teen Community-Wide J-Serve (day of action for Jewish teens) which will be held on April 3rd, 2011.

This is an exciting new program- don’t miss this opportunity! Applications can be obtained on the website or email Stacey (sdelcau@caje-co.org). Classes begin January 23rd 5:45pm-7:30pm at Rodef Shalom in Denver.

For detailed information please visit the CAJE website.

Applications are due January 4, 2011.  This class will take place in Denver but individual projects and J-Serve participation can be completed in Boulder.

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