The Zehut Teen Center provides teens ages 11 to 18 with opportunities to develop leadership skills, deepen involvement in the community and discover new talents. From volunteering or playing sports to exploring Jewish identity or just hanging out with friends, the JCH has a lot to offer to the teens.
The ARTEL Teen Fellowship is a year-long leadership experience that develops teens’ Jewish identity and Russian-Jewish heritage through the exploration of arts and hi-tech while building a connection to the state of Israel. Participants take a 14-day trip to Israel, learning about its [...]
Brooklyn Connect is a program for young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) that aims to provide support, connections, and independence. Young adults join the Jewish community and their peers as they participate in pre-vocational training and social skills groups. We offer parent workshops, [...]
Through the Butler Center for Educational Advancement, parents and students obtain tools to enhance and empower each student’s academic journey. Experts provide monthly workshops on the admissions process, financial aid assistance, educational transitions, and seminars for teen-related issues. [...]
The Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) provides New York City youth ages 16 to 21 with summer employment and educational opportunities. Participants work at government agencies, summer camps, nonprofits, small businesses, law firms, museums, sports enterprises, and retail organizations. Key [...]
The Zehut Teen Center offers a wide variety of clubs and activities – Come and find the club that’s right for you: B’Yachad Leadership Institute (BLI) BLI was born out of Camp B’Yachad – a successful overnight camp for middle school and high school students that have engaged [...]