Description: BBYO groups exist throughout the LA area. As a member, you will be a part of the world's leading trans-denomin ...read moreBBYO groups exist throughout the LA area. As a member, you will be a part of the world's leading trans-denominational Jewish youth movement, connecting you to tens of thousands of Jewish teens from around the globe. You will have the opportunity to participate in social activities, community service projects, political action events, Judaic programs and most important, to have fun! BBYO meets in the following citites: West Los Angeles/Beverly Hills ( Ahavah BBG and J.F.K AZA), Culver City (Sand N’ Sea BBG), Pacific Palisades (Kochavim BBG and Palisades AZA), South Bay (Ashrey BBG and
Galilee AZA), Long Beach (L’Chaim BBG and Orange Coast AZA),
Irvine (Chaverot Sababa BBG and Irvine AZA), Pomona/Claremont (Mishpacha BBG and David Ben Gurion AZA), North Hollywood (Lilith BBG and Knesset AZA ), West Valley (Beth Shean BBG, Achot BBG and Erik Weisz AZA, and Kavod AZA), Northridge (D’Vash BBG and Zion AZA), Agoura/Oak Park (Echad BBG and Ema Schelcha),
Santa Clarita (Lev B’ Lev BBG and Rodney Dangerfield AZA). For a group near you contact: Melissa at email@example.com or call (323) 931-9507. Address: 5870 W. Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Website: http://www.bbyo.orgread less
Description: Thursdays; 5-7PM;
For boys and girls in grades 9-12; Learn and have fun in an accepting, dynamic and exciting Jewis ...read moreThursdays; 5-7PM;
For boys and girls in grades 9-12; Learn and have fun in an accepting, dynamic and exciting Jewish environment. Elective courses such as: Modern Israel, Sports, Music, Film and more, plus guest speakers. Dinner from a variety of kosher restaurants included!
Phone: (310) 278-1911 or (818) 800-3646;
Address: 9030 W. Olympic Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211;
Website: http://www.bethjacob.org/?id=25081read less
Description: Bnei Akiva provides a high quality religious Zionist education and programs for North American Jewish youth along wi ...read moreBnei Akiva provides a high quality religious Zionist education and programs for North American Jewish youth along with their families and communities. Basing ourselves on the principles of Torah V'Avodah, we teach a love of Israel, the Jewish People, and our Torah values. http://www.bneiakivala.org/read less
Description: Looking for a way for your teen to…
• Connect with other Jewish teens AND experience Judaism as relevant to the ...read moreLooking for a way for your teen to…
• Connect with other Jewish teens AND experience Judaism as relevant to their life?
• Have a safe and sacred space to explore fundamental questions of identity and society and to challenge traditional gender codes and expectations?
• Move through their adolescence feeling empowered, growing into happy, healthy adults?
In Moving Traditions Community Groups, participants experience our signature programs, Rosh Hodesh for girls and Shevet Achim for guys, in single-gender, single-grade gatherings made up of 8–12 teens in 8th grade or higher. The groups meet for two hours each month during the academic year in safe, fun, and supportive spaces to engage in meaningful conversations—where a trained adult mentor helps teens consider Jewish values as they explore the issues they care about most, such as relationships, social pressures, and stress.
Contact Beth Tigay to find or start a group for your teen!
Description: The Federation is offering incentive grants and need-based scholarships for teens to participate in short-term immer ...read moreThe Federation is offering incentive grants and need-based scholarships for teens to participate in short-term immersive Jewish programs, such as youth group Shabbatons, regional or national conventions, service learning trips, etc. The Burt and Elaine Margulis Teen Scholarship Fund, part of the LA Jewish Teen Initiative's effort to reduce barriers to participation, provides financial aid for short-term Jewish activities. This is such an amazing opportunity for 7th-12th graders!
Girl Scouts at B'nai David Judea!
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone: (561) 329-4741
Description: Sundays, 10AM-12PM;
Calling All Girls in Grades K-12 and their Parents! A Girl Scout troup for girls who observe Sh ...read moreSundays, 10AM-12PM;
Calling All Girls in Grades K-12 and their Parents! A Girl Scout troup for girls who observe Shabbat & Kashrut is now forming at B'nai David Judea. This will be a multi-level troup for all ages. Older girls will mentor younger girls and all will participate in community service as a way to explore our connection to Jewish beliefs & values. Cookies will also be sold! Parents are currently needed to help get the troup organized and off the ground. Please contact Sabrina for more information:
Contact Person: Sabrina Gillespie;
Phone: (561) 329-4741;
Address: 8906 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035 read less
Description: A teen led youth group for teens entering grades 7 through 12. Monthly monthly activities including bowling, IMAX m ...read moreA teen led youth group for teens entering grades 7 through 12. Monthly monthly activities including bowling, IMAX movie night, pool party, dj dance party, Shabbat dinner and game night, JCA retreat, talent show, fundraisers, roller/ice skating, lazer tag, sky high, MB2, miniature golfing, scavenger hunt, and beach trip, including some Jewish holiday themes. Join us! Contact Carla Adivi at email@example.com; Phone: 818-870-0459; http://www.vosla.orgread less
Description: Calling all Jewish Boys Aged 6 - 17 in West LA!
Shabbat Observant Cub and Boy Scout units forming: LA Zoo overnight ...read moreCalling all Jewish Boys Aged 6 - 17 in West LA!
Shabbat Observant Cub and Boy Scout units forming: LA Zoo overnight, snow retreat, Pinewood derby, camping + lots of other fun activities. Free flashlight for all new members.
Contact: Jeffrey Feuer:
Address: Beth Jacob Congregation: 9030 W. Olympic Blvd.
Website: Website: http://www.bhtroop360.org/read less
Description: NCSY is a world-recognized organization that has played a pivotal role in the lives of Jewish teens across the globe ...read moreNCSY is a world-recognized organization that has played a pivotal role in the lives of Jewish teens across the globe. With the vision of Harold and Enid Boxer a”h, the Orthodox Union founded NCSY in 1954 to provide Jewish teens with an opportunity to build a strong connection to their Jewish roots through inspiration and leadership skills. read less
Description: FInding a Youth Group: https://southerncalifornia.nfty.org/get-involved/temple-youth-groups/
NFTY is a Movement t ...read moreFInding a Youth Group: https://southerncalifornia.nfty.org/get-involved/temple-youth-groups/
NFTY is a Movement that builds strong, welcoming, inspired communities through teen-powered engagement. Together, we pursue tikkun olam, personal growth, youth empowerment, and deep connections, all rooted in Reform Judaism.
The Southern California region of NFTY serves Jewish Teens in Southern California (from San Luis Obispo to San Diego). We work in partnership with Union for Reform Judaism affiliated congregations to provide meaningful Jewish experiences for middle and high school students.
We are part of the family of Union for Reform Judaism camps and youth programs. URJ Youth provides young people with immersive Jewish experiences in North America, and around the world, including camps, Israel trips and social action/service learning travel programs.
Our Movement was founded as the youth arm of Reform Judaism in 1939 at the urging of Women of Reform Judaism (then known as the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods).
With over 900 congregations and 1.5 million Jews, Reform Judaism is the largest and most vibrant Jewish movement in all of North America. read less
Description: B'Yachad is a monthly youth program that provides children with a warm and active environment for socializing a ...read moreB'Yachad is a monthly youth program that provides children with a warm and active environment for socializing and good fun. Programming is related to Jewish holidays or special events. B'yachad Alef: 7-12 years old. B'Yachad Bet: 13-18 years old. For more information please contact Susan North Gilboa at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (818) 530-4069. Address:
15739 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA 91436; http://www.OurSpaceLA.org. read less
Description: S.T.A.R. Provides monthly events for 4 age groups, Tikvah (7-9 Years old), Aviv (10-12 Years old), Mitzvah (13-15 Ye ...read moreS.T.A.R. Provides monthly events for 4 age groups, Tikvah (7-9 Years old), Aviv (10-12 Years old), Mitzvah (13-15 Years old), Haverim (16-18 Years old). All events are age appropriate with a high Participant to Supervisor ratio to assure the safety of all of our members.
TOP 10 REASONS TO JOIN STAR:
You will have a great time.
You will meet fun loving people like yourself.
It will help develop your leadership skills.
You will eat great Sephardic food.
You will see places and do things that will blow your mind.
The Madrichim (Advisors) will inspire you to learn & grow.
You will learn about your rich Sephardic heritage.
Rabbi Sakhai will be your best friend
You are helping to secure the future of the Jewish People
Because you deserve it! read less
Description: Starting September 18, 2017. Bat Mitzvah Club is a club for 11 and 12 year old girls. Are you or someone you know be ...read moreStarting September 18, 2017. Bat Mitzvah Club is a club for 11 and 12 year old girls. Are you or someone you know becoming Bat Mitzvah? Join the Bat Mitzvah Club and give the best gift of all: self-confidence, Jewish pride and lasting friendships.Club members meet monthly and enjoy a wide range of activities, trips,crafts, Shabbatons and take part in enriching and meaningful discussions about the significance of becoming a Bat Mitzvah. Because a Bat Mitzvah is not only about the party - it's about you. For more information, please call (310) 214 4999 ext. 115 or email BMC@jccmb.comread less
Description: The Israeli Scouts Movement, or Tzofim, is the largest youth movement in Israel.
Non-political and non-sectarian, ...read moreThe Israeli Scouts Movement, or Tzofim, is the largest youth movement in Israel.
Non-political and non-sectarian, the Scouts established and developed a framework based on education and values, to engage youth in a variety of social and enjoyable activities.
These coeducational activities encourage and focus on personal development, friendship and camaraderie, a “giving” and involved community, foster democratic group life with an emphasis on personal initiative, leadership and excellence, knowledge of nature, love of country and protecting the environment.
In order to maintain a connection between the Israeli Scouts movement in Israel and North American Jewry, the Tzofim expands its programming to North America.
The chapters in the states focus on the core values of the Israeli Scouts Movement in Israel as well as helping the youth develop and maintain a strong Israeli and Jewish identity.
“Shevet Chen” in the San Fernando Valley stands as the largest chapter of the Tzofim in North America, with over 200 participants.
Shevet Chen reaches youth ages 9-18, in grades 3-12, and provides their participants beyond a social experience; participants of gain a higher understanding of the meaning of their Jewish heritage and strengthen their bond with Israel, thereby fostering and sustaining a strong Israeli and Jewish identity.
Shevet Chen conducts meaningful events and activities throughout the year.
Conducted mainly in Hebrew, activities take place once a week and are aimed at the development of our youth’s intellect, social skills, and morals through activities tailored for specific age groups.
In addition to standard weekly activities, Shevet Chen organizes special activities such as celebrations of Israeli holidays, Friday night Shabbat services and community service.
Shevet Chen is currently located at Temple Aliyah, 6025 Valley Circle Boulevard Woodland Hills, CA 91367
our Website www.shevetchen.com read less
Description: United Synagogue Youth and Kadima inspire Jewish youth to explore, celebrate and practice ethical values, Jewish Liv ...read moreUnited Synagogue Youth and Kadima inspire Jewish youth to explore, celebrate and practice ethical values, Jewish Living, Zionism and community responsibility based on the ideology of the Conservative Movement.
Take a moment and think about what USY can do for you. Whether it be a weekday USY Program, a USY Summer Program or convention, USY has something for YOU. For 60 years, USY has been involving and educating Jewish teens across North America, teaching them about life, friendship, religion and leadership while changing their lives forever.
Why does the world need USY? Is it the people, the leaders, the programming, the innovations, the teachings or all of the above?
From leadership training to social programming on a chapter level to community service and Israel Advocacy or seeing the world outside your area code on a USY on Wheels, USY Israel Pilgrimage or International Convention, USY has something you want. read less
Description: Teen Tuesday is a weekly post-b’nai mitzvah learning opportunity for 8th to 12th graders. We eat dinner together a ...read moreTeen Tuesday is a weekly post-b’nai mitzvah learning opportunity for 8th to 12th graders. We eat dinner together and then split by grade for classroom learning, followed by mixed-grade electives, including cooking, sports, and art.
Complimentary to the Teen Tuesday Program, our 11th and 12th graders have a unique opportunity to meet and learn with Rabbi Feinstein for a special discussion-based seminar called AP VBS.
For dinner we offer a variety of kosher meals including pizza, Deli Sandwiches, Chinese food, sushi, breakfast for dinner, and chicken tenders. Classes are taught by our dedicated and educated staff, including Danny Corsun, Nick Greene, Rebecca Grossberg, and a rotation of the VBS rabbis.
Contact Ami at email@example.com for more information. read less
Description: Wise Temple Youth (WTY) is about bringing teens together and helping them find where they fit socially and spiritual ...read moreWise Temple Youth (WTY) is about bringing teens together and helping them find where they fit socially and spiritually, while creating experiences that are relevant and meaningful to them now when they need it.
We are proud that over one hundred WTY teens are finding their place in Temple life here at Wise through our many WTY opportunities including:
Madrichim program (grade 9-12 teacher’s assistants in the Religious School)
Leaders-in-Training and Co-Counselors (grade 10-12) at Camp Wise
NFTY retreat participants (grade 9-12 national Jewish youth group)
Rosh Hodesh: It’s a Girls Thing (grade 7-11 at WTY on Sundays)
Hot Topics for High School (grade 9-12 at WTY on Sundays)
Shevet Achim: The Brotherhood (grade 7 at WTY on Sundays)
WTY Student Board (grade 9-12)
Freedom School servant leader interns
B'nai Mitzvah Project Planning and Training
If you are interested in getting involved, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310.889.2263.
Address: 15500 Stephen S. Wise Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90077;
Website: http://www.wisela.org/WTY/read less