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Teen Tzedek St. Louis Youth Philanthropy Program

Jewish teens are invited to be a part of a powerful way to make a change in the world through the Teen Tzedek St. Louis Youth Philanthropy Program. The Teen Tzedek program gives participants the opportunity to create their own philanthropic funds and allocate to any charity of their choice whenever they wish through an…

Picture Yourself in Israel Next Summer

Jewish Federation of St. Louis is accepting applications for Israel Bound 2018, a three-week trip to Israel bringing together Jewish high school students from around the community. Participants will have the opportunity to: Explore ancient Jerusalem and modern Tel Aviv Float in the Dead Sea Climb Masada at sunrise Raft the Jordan River Ride a…

St. Louis Women’s Mission to Israel

Jewish Federation of St. Louis is thrilled to announce that, thanks to the generosity of the Staenberg Family Foundation, the Jewish Federation of St. Louis is continuing its’ partnership with the Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project (JWRP) to offer women with children under 18 years old a nine day journey through Israel. Preceding the JWRP Momentum…

Scholarship Opportunities for Teen Travel to Israel

Jewish Federation of St. Louis, through the Israel Center, announces the availability of several grants and scholarships for teens and young adults traveling to Israel in 2017 on a peer-based educational experience. Israel Travel Grant – Open to all teens and young adults, the award is based on length of stay in Israel; $750 for…

Picture Yourself in Israel

Jewish Federation of St. Louis is accepting applications for Israel Bound 2017, a three-week trip to Israel bringing together Jewish high school students from around the community. Participants will have the opportunity to: Explore ancient Jerusalem and modern Tel Aviv Climb Masada at sunrise Ride a camel in the Negev Desert and sleep in a…

JOLT Starts Third Trimester of Classes for Teens

Jewish Opportunities & Learning for Teens (JOLT) has announced their course description for Trimester 3 of their engaging classes for Jewish teens. The beauty of JOLT is that admission is always rolling so students can begin at any time during the school year. Third Trimester begins on February 18 and is open to all St….

Scholarship Opportunities for Teen Travel to Israel

Jewish Federation of St. Louis, through the Israel Center, announces the availability of several grants and scholarships for teens and young adults traveling to Israel in 2016 on a peer-based educational experience. Israel Travel Grant – Open to all teens and young adults, the award is based on length of stay in Israel; $750 for…

JOLT Starts Second Trimester of Classes for Teens

Jewish Opportunities & Learning for Teens (JOLT) has announced their course description for Trimester 2 of their engaging classes for Jewish teens. “Thursday nights at JOLT are the highlight of my week!” some sp– Amy G, JOLT student. Second Trimester begins on November 12 and is open to all St. Louis Jewish teens in grades…

Kranzberg Foundation Awards $55K

Kranzberg Foundation Awards $55K to Jewish Youth and Young Adult Programs Grants have been given to innovative next generation Jewish projects since 2008 The Kranzberg Family Foundation, a supporting organization of Jewish Federation of St. Louis, has awarded $55,000 in grants to 12 Jewish programs for children, teens and young adults for 2015. This is…

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