The Jewish World Watch Teen Ambassador Program is an innovative approach to leadership skill building especially created for Los Angeles metro area 9th-12th graders.
WANT TO BE A TEEN AMBASSADOR? The program starts in 2018, apply now. Fill out the TAP Google Drive Application (preferred method) or click here for the Application as a WORD document (copy, complete and email to email@example.com).
Jewish World Watch is seeking dedicated, passionate, compassionate and curious teens who want to learn about how to become leaders, advocates, and world changers. Interested in genocide and its consequences – hunger, displacement, lack of education, poverty, violence against women – but don’t know much about these topics?
JWW staff, educators and guest speakers will teach you about world issues while you make new friends from all over Los Angeles, learn how to be a better public speaker and leader, earn community service credits, and have fun while you acquire new community organizing and advocacy skills that you can use to encourage your peers and community members to take action for change.
TAP meets once each month on Sunday mornings from 9:30am -11:30am.
Why be a Teen Ambassador? Check out this video made by a TAP teen.
Does this sound like a good fit for you? Not sure? Call 818.501.1836 or email Amy at 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.