QuaranTEEN

Welcome to JFGI's Teen Hub for Virtual Learning and Fun!

 

Stuck at home? We are here to help you stay connected to interesting and interactive opportunities in the community. We'll be sharing currated opportunities from JFGI, greater Indianapols community partners, and organizations from around the world to help you stay connected while physcially distancing.

Greater Indy Partners: Providing something awesome you'd like to add to our list? Submit it to the Community Calendar HERE!

Check Back Soon

New Projects Coming

Hint: Start Saving Up Your Cardboard!

From Around the World and DIY

#Summer5780

JFNA has compilled a resource with virtual opportunities for kids of all ages. Check out their daily schedule of happenings below!

Connect with Teens from Around the World

BBYO is preparing a virtual, on-Demand schedule of content for teens by teens. Tune in to learn, debate, study, laugh, connect, and so much more.

Interfaith Digital Dialogue

From the Center for Interfaith Cooperation, explore another faith tradition through a fellow teen's eyes. You'll be paired for big thoughts in a safe conversation.

Bring Camp Home

Our friends at Goldman Union Camp Institute (GUCI) are hosting virtual gatherings all summer including a Sunday night virtual concert series each week through the end of August.

Do Some Self-Care

Check out these quick spiritual activities from “Reconstructing Judaism.”

Social Action with Social Distance

From our friends at Chai Mitzvah, a great guide with some ideas for doing good, even from a distance.

For Parents - Current Events Resources

Resources to Talk About Racial Justice

The Jewish Education Project has put together a great resource with articles, videos, and links to continue the conversation about racial justice with your kids.

For Families with Younger Kids

PJ Library has a host of resources for talking with kids about racism including suggested books, videos, and podcasts.

What is Happening Locally?

View the Indianapolis Jewish Community Relation Council's Principles on Racial Justice and Equity. These Principles launch a sustained effort to in the work of securing racial equity and are a great conversation starter with your family about engaging in this work.

Questions? Have Something that You Think Should Be Added to This List?

Contact David Heilbron, Director of Youth Philanthropy & Connection, at dheilbron@jfgi.org.

 

Thank you to our friends at 4Front Baltimore for the inspiration and some resources.