The Cincinnati Jewish Teen Collective (CJTC) is focused on today's Jewish teens, acknowledging Generation Z's incredible potential and unique challenges, in order to foster a community landscape which prioritizes teen input and experiences. Every individual and organization engaging teens plays an integral part in achieving this goal and together, we aim to elevate the experience of those teens already engaged and connect more teens to each other and our community. As part of this goal, CJTC also seeks to provide opportunities for professional growth for individuals working with today’s teens. CJTC is part of a 10-city collaborative, to learn more please visit: http://www.teenfundercollaborative.com
CJTC is co-funded by the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati and the Jim Joseph Foundation.
We are excited to launch the HUC-JIR Cincinnati Youth Professional Training Program this year!
A letter from your current supervisor must be submitted granting permission to apply and to participate in all aspects the program, should you be accepted.
It should state: “(Your name) has permission to participate in all aspects of the Cincinnati Youth Professionals Training Program at HUC-JIR. This includes the time needed to attend all immersive seminars and online learning sessions.” It should also include a referral on your behalf to the program. This letter should be emailed directly from your supervisor to firstname.lastname@example.org by the August 21st deadline.
A standard C.V. or resume.
A simple portrait to help us recognize you when you visit and maintain our campus security.