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YOUTH PROGRAMS

Youth Groups

      

GOHTY Kids: Youth group for students in grades 5-7.

GOHTY: Youth group for students in grades 8-12.

For more information, please contact Arnold Rotenberg, Director of Congregational Jewish Living, arotenberg@cgoh.org or Parker Meyers, Youth Advisor, at parker@cgoh.org

 

Temple Community Service Corps

You can make a valuable contribution to the moral and social agenda that has always defined us as Jews.

Temple Community Service Corps (TCSC) is a major project of the Social Action Committee started in 1971. It raises funds to pay stipends for young people to do volunteer work in various community agencies such as nursing homes, camps, facilities for the disabled and homeless, and youth recreation programs. This local “Peace Corps” project has provided an exciting opportunity for young people to explore new areas of challenge, gain invaluable experience working in the community, and receive personal as well as financial rewards.

Student to Student -- Be the Narrative

ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:
DEMONSTRATE LEADERSHIP. MAKE A DIFFERENCE. SHARE YOUR STORY.
Antisemitism flourishes in a culture of ignorance. As a response, in 1992 the Jewish Community Relations Council of St. Louis created Student to Student—Be the Narrative, a program that counters bigotry and stereotypes in the students it reaches. STS has had an impact on tens of thousands of students in schools that lack a Jewish presence. These young people can now put a human face to Judaism—the best
antidote to prejudice and intolerance. In 2017 Student to Student began to expand to other cities in the U.S. And now, it’s here! For a small investment of time, you can make a lasting impact in how others view Jewish people. Being a Student-to-Student Presenter empowers you to break down cultural barriers, connect with Jewish peers, and demonstrate true leadership. Share your Jewish experiences with other high school students, and influence how they think of Jews and Judaism. You will gain experiences that set you apart from others and demonstrate your ability to speak confidently about yourself.
To learn more about the program, click here. To nominate yourself, click here.
For more information, contact Arnie at arotenberg@cgoh.org, or call/text 203-521-4591.

URJ Camps

A URJ sleep-away camp experience is a unique, fun way to help your son or daughter cultivate an independent sense of self, along with a proud Jewish identity.

Learn More About URJ Camps  

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