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TYGER  

THE ALL NEW CEE YOUTH GROUP for Jewish teens from 7th to 12th grade

TYGER (Temple Youth Group of EmanuEl Redlands) is designed for and by our teens. As you can see, we not only have a new name, but also a new energy! Our Youth Advisor, Jessica Campbell, is dedicated to empowering our youth to initiate and promote their Jewish identity through social, recreational, social action, cultural and Jewish programs. Our goal this year is focused on building.  We will be building our membership, our activities, our fundraising, and our community involvement. Most of all, we will be building a fun program for teens of all ages. Remember, all our programs are initiated and ran by the kids themselves. This allows them to have ownership.  After all, it is their organization.

TYGER is an affiliate of NFTY Southern California, an affiliate of theNorth American Federation of Temple Youth (NFTY), which link temple youth groups of Reform synagogues regionally and nationally into a network, providing opportunities for our youths to meet youths of other synagogues.

For further information:  Contact Jessica Campbell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (951)505-0801. 


 

Jessica Campbell: Youth Advisor

 

Jewish Camps  

Children of our Synagogue are encouraged to attend summer Jewish camping programs. Our region of the Reform Movement operates a summer camp, Camp Newman in Santa Rosa. Although, as members of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), our children have preference in registration for camp, spaces may be limited and early registration is advised. Both the Temple and Sisterhood provide some campership support. Other, non-URJ Jewish camping options exist in Southern California, as well, about which information is available at the Temple Office.


Inland and Desert Hillel  

Inland and Desert Hillel: The largest Jewish campus organization in the world, Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life provides opportunities for Jewish students at more than 500 colleges and universities to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity through its global network of regional centers, campus Foundations and Hillel student organizations.  Hillel is working to provoke a renaissance of Jewish life. Hillel’s mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Hillel student leaders, professionals and lay leaders are dedicated to creating a pluralistic, welcoming and inclusive environment for Jewish college students, where they are encouraged to grow intellectually, spiritually and socially.  Hillel helps students find a balance in being distinctively Jewish and universally human by encouraging them to pursue tzedek (social justice), tikkun olam (repairing the world) and Jewish learning, and to support Israel and global Jewish peoplehood.  Hillel is committed to excellence, innovation, accountability and results.  Visit their website at www.iehillel.org.


Youth & Family  

URJ Youth and College Programs
Our family of programs for ages 8 to 26 include NFTY teen programming, URJ Camps, Israel travel experiences and social justice programming at the Religious Action Center.
It's never too early to start thinking about next summer at Camp or in Israel!
Ready to start planning the best Jewish summer experience for your child? The URJ Camps and Israel Programs are already planning for the summer of 2013! With high-caliber facilities, engaging programming, and a thoughtful and caring staff, we've been a vital part of the lives of tens of thousands of children for nearly six decades. Learn about session dates, program offerings, and request more information at our website.
Youth Groups Are Worth the Fight
Yes, your child has been playing on the same soccer team since the second grade. Yes, school, homework and grades are important. Yes, sports, drama and clubs look good on college applications. So where does youth group or camp fit into this equation?