Fellowship Opportunity for Colorado-based Jewish Teen Engagement Professionals

The Jewish Education Project of New York City is pleased to announce the launch of the second cohort of The GENERATE Fellowship, a year-long professional development program, open to early career teen engagement professionals from across the country who work in youth movements, synagogues, camps, JCCs, and any other educational settings.  

Fellows will learn about challenges teens are facing, explore tensions that arise in their roles as educators, while building a robust network of peers from across the country. GENERATE fellows will receive ongoing mentorship from an experienced mentor and learn with leading thinkers in the field of teen education and engagement. Applications are due by September 16th.

For more information, and to apply, please contact The Jewish Education Project’s Jodie Goldberg, Director of the GENERATE Fellowship, at jgoldberg@JewishEdProject.org

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