Learn About NaviG8 – A Unique Program for 8th Graders at the Boulder JCC

If you have a teen currently in the 8th grade who is seeking a group of Jewish peers, NaviG8 at the Boulder JCC is the place for them. NaviG8 is a weekly program, running in conjunction with the school year, that creates a safe, fun, and engaging environment for Jewish Teens to explore their identity, celebrate Jewish Holidays and navigate the transition to high school together. This fun weekly group has excursions and activities to promote group bonding, strengthening of social bonds, and development of life skills. 

This program has been a cornerstone of the Teen Programs at the JCC and we look forward to welcoming teens from all Jewish communities. This Spring we look forward to more art projects, cooking projects, ropes courses, and Israeli dancing. 

Want to find out more about the NaviG8 program? Register for our upcoming informational Zoom session on January 3rd at 5:30 pm and learn all that this unique program has to offer. The NaviG8 Spring Semester runs from January 9 through May 1, from 4:30 – 6:30 pm on Monday nights.

Please contact Teen Coordinator Tzuria Malpica with any questions about NaviG8 and other teen programs offered at the Boulder JCC.

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