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DID YOU KNOW that the teen years don't have to be painful and confusing, but rather can be exciting opportunities for exploration?
Chabad focuses on these especially turbulent years--often a confusing time for teenagers, when they are exploring who they are as individuals and where they fit in with family, friends and society. In today's world, this can often translate into hanging out with the 'wrong' crowd, drug use or other problematic behavior. Chabad recognizes that teens are seeking interesting ways of discovering the world around them, and provides opportunities for positive experiences.
Chabad provides supplemental Jewish high school educational programs, many offering pre-university credit designed to inspire students to become concerned and active citizens, and more committed members of the Jewish community. Real time and on-line classes with exciting educators teach enriching curriculum including Jewish mysticism and Kabbala, what it means to be Jewish in modernity, G-d and creation among other thought provoking subjects.
In addition to formal educational programs, whether teens are interested in socializing or social issues, there is a Chabad forum providing an organized and hip way to get involved:
WON'T YOU PLEASE CONSIDER A CONTRIBUTION DESIGNATED FOR SPECIAL TEENAGE PROGRAMMING IN YOUR COMMUNITY? CLICK HERE TO DONATE.
BY DONATING NOW you will partner with Chabad to help a teenager find positive outlets to explore who they are and how they can have a special purpose in today's world.
Since the 1960s, Chabad campus programming reflects tolerant, non-judgmental and open discussions, which is the hallmark of Chabad's inclusiveness.
Bringing experiential opportunities to Jews regardless of their level of observance, economic status, Chabad ensures that adhering to holiday observance is available to every Jew.
Chabad cherishes the wisdom of the elderly, and in keeping with its mission to promote life-long learning, has established special Torah study classes in communities worldwide.
Chabad is able to provide leadership for remote communities through dedicated men and women who relocate and raise their own families in distant lands.