Pluralistic organization, open to any Jewish teen in high school. Focuses on leadership and engaging teens in Jewish experiences.
Teen ProgramsMost JCCs and congregations have programs for youth and teens. Check the Congregations heading under Religious Life and the JCC heading under Agencies & Organizations.
Youth are given the chance to connect with other teens in community action, caring community and Jewish social justice values. Dedicated youth who act to make a difference in their communities.
Fun, social atmosphere brings cool Jewish advisors to public schools. Programs for all types of Jewish teenagers strengthen their Jewish identity and connection to Israel.
Programming for hundreds of local teens from diverse Jewish backgrounds; include weekly learning, monthly social events, free summer programs, and much more.
Engages Jewish teens and preteens across Nor Cal and Reno, Nevada. Provides opportunities for leadership training, community service, Israel advocacy and Jewish learning, while making friends and seeing the world.
Provides URJ-affiliated high school youth with leadership training, social-action opportunities, social activities, Israel trips and weekend retreats on local, regional and national level.
Moving Traditions' award-winning programs strengthen the self-esteem, leadership and Jewish identity of adolescents. Available at institutions around the Bay Area.
Provides teens in grades 8-12 with informal educational programs and leadership opportunities.
Creates inclusive and supportive community for teens with special needs and their families, along with teen volunteers, through year-round programs plus summer and winter camps.
Teen's place to learn about Israel, understand context of today’s headlines and make friends for life. Be proud and articulate Zionism.
Engaging programs for middle school and high school students. Afterschool and weekend programs include dances, community service and leadership opportunities, LGBTQ activities, music, film, fitness and art.
Fellowship for 11th graders focused on community, Jewish identity, Israel engagement, and leadership development. Includes workshops, retreats, hosting an Israeli teen, and an Israel seminar.
Recognizes 15 Jewish teens for exceptional community service and outstanding leadership in repairing the world with $36,000 each. Nominations/applications open in the fall.
JVS helps youth in San Francisco, ages 14-24, transform their lives by building skills through paid job experience.
Through hands-on experience, JTF fosters teens to be more self-aware and empathetic, igniting a life-long passion to help others.
Program offers teens and pre-teens Jewish service learning and leadership skills including internships, training, volunteer opportunities, college and career preparation workshops and more.