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Teens: BJTI High School Clubs Back In Full Swing

Jews & Tattoos @ Fairview

We hope you all have been enjoying your winter break!  We cannot wait to hear about all your fun adventures both near and far.  We have some really great programs planned for the Spring including a ton of high school club meetings.  One of the best parts of our jobs is getting the opportunity to come visit you all during the school day with free food (bagels of course!) and other snacks while engaging in lively conversation and interactive activities about the Jewish holidays, Israel, current affairs and other topics that peak your interest.  Right now we currently support clubs at Boulder High School, Centaurus High School and Fairview High School.  We meet at each school twice a month, clubs are run by elected student leaders.  There are endless ways you can make sure you don’t miss out on a club at your school:

  1.  Go to our events page on our website
  2. Make sure you are a member of our Facebook group
  3. Follow our Instagram (boulderjewcrew) and Snapchat (boulderjewcrew)!
  4. Join your individual high school club Facebook group
Purim @ Boulder High

Here are the club dates for the month of January:

Boulder High School – Wednesdays (January 11th & January 25th)
2:30 pm-3:00 pm in Mr. Bishop’s Room (2247)

Centaurus High School – Mondays (January 9th and January 23rd)
3:10 pm-3:45 pm in room 246

Fairview High School – Wednesdays (January 11th and January 25th)
11:45 am-12:20 pm in room 639

Israeli food tasting @ Centaurus

 

About Maya Osterman

The Boulder Jewish Teen Initiative (BJTI) was created through generous funding from the Jim Joseph Foundation and the Rose Community Foundation to cater to Boulder’s unique Jewish community. We hope to attract and engage teens from both affiliated and non-affiliated backgrounds through robust offerings that span topics, frequency and levels of engagement that take into account teens' schedules, learning styles and have specific skills and relationships as tangible outcomes

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