Please click the link below to learn about the 2011 TEL Kallah.
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The Panim el Panim seminar brings together diverse groups of 10th-12th grade students from around the country to explore public policy and social activism through a Jewish lens. Details to follow!
To register for the Eastern Teen Kallah or to check out pictures from past kallot log on to www.noarhadash.org. If you have any questions please contact No’ar Hadash Program Coordinator Alanna Sklover at ASklover@jrf.org or 215-885-5601, ext. 26. We can’t wait to see you!
Join other 8th - 12th graders from JRF congregations across North America for a weekend filled with fun, experiential Jewish learning, singing and dancing, hanging out, and being part of our exciting growing youth movement. For more information - including a registration form - visit www.noarhadash.org.
On April 11 - 13, 2008, 8th - 12th graders from JRF congregations across North America will have the opportunity to attend the exciting No’ar Hadash North American Teen Kallah. No’ar Hadash has grown exponentially over the past years - this year, alone, we have had hundreds of teens participate in our fabulous regional programming in the Midwest, Eastern, Western, and Pacific Northwest regions. It is now the time of year to begin looking forward to, and registering for, our gathering of Reconstructionist teens from across the continent. read more »
Join Reconstructionist teens from across North America for an amazing month of exploring Israel! Registration is now open for Summer 2008. The trip will run from July 6 – August 3, 2008 and is open to entering high school juniors. Last summer over 30 teen leaders took part in this life-changing encounter with the land and people of Israel. This could be your summer!
No'ar Hadash, the Reconstructionist youth movement, is excited to announce these upcoming events:
Pacific Northwest Teen Kallah - Feb. 15 - 17
Midwest Teen Kallah - Feb. 15 - 17
Camp Henry Horner in Ingleside, IL
Please register by February 1
Save the date for the North American Teen Kallah, April 11 - 13, 2008 in Philadelphia.
No'ar Hadash, the Reconstructionist Youth Movement, is excited to announce these upcoming events for teens:
Dec. 14 - 16, 2007
Eastern Youth Kallah
(Concurrent with the JRF Chespeake Regional Kallah)
Jan. 11 - 13
Western Teen Kallah
(Concurrent with the JRF Western Regional Gathering)
Jan. 18 - 20
New England Teen Kallah
Feb. 1 - 3
Canada Teen Kallah
Feb. 15 - 17
Midwest Youth Kallah
Feb. 15 - 17
Pacific Northwest Teen Kallah
April 11 - 13
North American Teen Kallah
No'ar Hadash, the Reconstructionist Youth Movement, is proud to introduce the 2007 - 2008 North American Va'ad Teen Leadership Council!
David Blechman (JRC - Evanston, IL)
Sara Chernov (RSNS, Plandome, NY)
Joshua Davidson (Kol Halev, Cleveland, OH)
Hayley Raetz (Havurah Shalom, Portland, OR)
Becca Richman (Adat Shalom, Bethesda, MD)
Jocelyn Schrager (Temple Beth Hatfiloh, Olympia, WA)
Brianna Spatz (Kol Ami, Boca Raton, FL)
These seven high school juniors and seniors will work together to plan and implement regional programs, brainstorm about the future of No'ar Hadash, recruit for the No'ar Hadash Israel Experience, and continue to build our wonderful youth programming across North America.
For more information on No'ar Hadash visit www.noarhadash.org.
As I write, I am sitting in Ben Gurion Airport awaiting my flight back to the United States; I have spent the past few days with the 35 teens on the No'ar Hadash Israel Experience. First, let me say that they are all happy, smiling, and well cared for. In this last regard, IsraelExperts (our tour operator) has been spectacular at looking after every detail, and Roni and Derek (our American staff) continue to be among the most caring, thoughtful, and energetic leaders you can imagine. The group is truly lucky to have such a team planning and implementing this program.
This summer, JRF sent 35 teens to Israel for the first month-long No'ar Hadash Israel Experience. Following is a note received from the group before their first Shabbat: read more »
Shabbat shalom from Israel. After a very long flight, the No’ar Hadah Israel Experience teens were happy to meet their Israeli staff in Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. We immediately hit the ground running, with a tour of Neot Kedumim, a biblical garden which has been reconstructed, in order to learn what it was like to live on the land in the Biblical period. Here we listened, looked, tasted, touched, and smelled the Biblical period, including crushing our own zatar, making oil lamps, and learning how olive oil and wine were made.