Especially created for Los Angeles metro area 9th-12th graders, The Jewish World Watch Teen Ambassador Program is an innovative approach to leadership skill building.
The program provides an opportunity for high school students to gain leadership and advocacy skills while furthering their knowledge about genocide and mass atrocities. JWW staff, educators, and guest speakers will teach Ambassadors about the devastating events that are taking place in Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and other parts of the world and instill the community organizing and advocacy skills that teens can use to encourage their peers and community members to take action for change.
TAP meets monthly on Sunday mornings from 9:30am -11:30am. There will be one (1) mandatory meeting each month for a total of 9 sessions. Each meeting will be held at the JWW office unless otherwise indicated.
_______June 3 (TAP Culmination)
There will be additional Sunday meetings scheduled to bring together the 2017-18 group with the 2016-17 TAPpers for some fun! We will plan those sessions and dates together.
For questions or more information, please contact Amy Cecil: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Jewish World Watch Teen Ambassador Program is part of the L.A. Jewish Teen Initiative, co-funded by the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and the Jim Joseph Foundation with seed funding provided by the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles. Program partners include UpStart, Etzah, an Initiative of the AJU Graduate Center for Education, and BJE Impact.