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Event Series B-Mitzvah Training – New Partners

B-Mitzvah Training – New Partners – Online

Zoom

Registration is open to clergy and educators at new partner sites who offer or who plan on offering our B-Mitzvah program. The cost for the online training is $100.00 per new partner site, for all participants. All of our online B-Mitzvah Training sessions take place from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST / 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. PST. Educators only need to attend one session. If you are interested in becoming a B-Mitzvah partner and receiving training, please contact Sarah Fox, Director of Partnership & Program Operations.

Event Series Kulam Training

Kulam Check-in – Returning Educators

Zoom

For our returning Kulam educators, we are offering a webinar to introduce you to our new materials. Registration is open to partner sites who have previously attended a Kulam Training session. There is no charge for this webinar for our returning partners. At this check-in, you will learn:

Event Series Teen Group Leader Training

Teen Group Orientation – Community

Zoom

Our community setting training for teen group leaders includes asynchronous learning and a one-hour live online orientation session prior to the full online training. Both the orientation and training sessions must be completed in order to be considered trained. For our partners, the cost for training is $50.00 per person, payable at the time of registration.

Event Series Teen Group Leader Training

Teen Group Orientation – Community

Zoom

Our community setting training for teen group leaders includes asynchronous learning and a one-hour live online orientation session prior to the full online training. Both the orientation and training sessions must be completed in order to be considered trained. For our partners, the cost for training is $50.00 per person, payable at the time of registration.

Event Series B-Mitzvah Training – New Partners

B-Mitzvah Training – New Partners – Online

Zoom

Registration is open to clergy and educators at new partner sites who offer or who plan on offering our B-Mitzvah program. The cost for the online training is $100.00 per new partner site, for all participants. All of our online B-Mitzvah Training sessions take place from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST / 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. PST. Educators only need to attend one session. If you are interested in becoming a B-Mitzvah partner and receiving training, please contact Sarah Fox, Director of Partnership & Program Operations.

Event Series Check & Connect

Educators Check & Connect

This is event is exclusively for educators partnering with Moving Traditions. The October topic is: How are teen mental health issues affecting your classrooms? Please register today to receive the Zoom link. There are a few questions in the registration to help us guide the conversation and make sure we cover what you want to discuss. Questions? Contact us. Register now: Online Form - Check & Connect October 19

Taste of Tzelem

Moving Traditions is committed to supporting the mental health and well being of all Jewish teens and preteens. Our Tzelem online group, offered in partnership with Keshet, is focused on connecting LGBTQ+, nonbinary, and gender expansive teens across the country and providing them with a safe and supportive space to make new friends and discuss issues like life transitions, healthy relationships, body positivity, Jewish identity, and much more. On Sunday, Oct. 22, at 7:30 p.m. ET, we will host an information session about our Tzelem online group. This will be an opportunity for teens and their families to learn more about…

Israel at Your Kitchen Table

Zoom link shared upon registration

Join Moving Traditions for an honest one-hour conversation about how parents and teens can keep talking even as we may find ourselves with very different sources of information, peer groups, and possible responses to the ongoing war.  Our CEO Shuli Karkowsky will sit down with Rabbi Daniel Brenner and a panel of experts to talk about: An intense period like the one we are living through can be a time for parents and teens to listen to one another or to shut each other out. Teens use moments like these both to differentiate themselves from their parent(s) and to integrate…