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Published by: Rich Walter on Aug 17, 2011
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Do you work as a
or teacher’s aide in a Greater New Haven religious or Hebrew school?Do you want to make a positive difference towards change in Jewish education?Do you want to engage in an exciting seminar and meet other Jewish teens like you?Do you want to earn an additional $200?
If you answered yes to these questions, then the
Madrichim Institute
is for you.
In partnership with
Brandeis University 
, the
Madrichim Institute
is for teens in grades 9-12 working as teacher’s aides
Sunday schools, Hebrew schools, or local Jewish pre-schools, or as counselors or CITs at Jewish camps. Participants will
meet one Sunday a month for a seminar in a variety of educational techniques, including drama, the arts, experiential
learning, and a Sunday trip to New York City to learn about museum education.Each participant will take what they have learned back to their schools as well as
earn a $200 stipend
Interested Teens should complete the enclosed application and return it by September 10th
Questions: Rich Walter, 203-387-2424 x300 or rwalter@jewishnewhaven.org
September 25 at JCCOctober 30November 20 - NY TripDecember 18January 8February 5March 11 April 15May 6June 10
2011/2012 MadrichimInstitute Dates:
 All Sessions will meet from 10-12 and vary in location each month

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