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The Journal of Youth Engagement is a forum of ideas and dialogue on Inspired Engagement. Join the conversation by submitting your article on the strategies and methodologies you are experimenting with to engage youth in your community.


Conversations with Engagement Innovators: Alison Kur
2014 recipient of the Covenant Foundation's Award for Excellence in Jewish Education

Have you ever wondered about innovation and the stories and people behind making change? Hear from Alison Kur, one of the 2014 recipients of the Covenant Foundation's Award for Excellence in Jewish Education and an innovator for all Jewish education.
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Move Confirmation to 12th Grade Now!
by Rabbi Fred Guttman and Rabbi Andy Koren

If the road to lifelong Jewish learning begins with religious school, are we directing our teens to a dead end by celebrating Confirmation in 10th grade? Read more>


An Intergenerational Shabbat Experience: Experimenting Toward Our Future
by Rabbi Jeff Brown, Cantor Chanin Becker, and Rabbi Wendy Pein

How do we build on initial success from an experimental pilot? How does a congregation sustain change? One congregation experiments to answer two essential questions facing our field. 
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In Case You Missed It

The Journal of Youth Engagement recently hosted a Writing Workshop for congregational professionals. Learn how writing can advance the work that you do as a youth engagement professional and brush up on your p's and q's along the way. 


Youth Engagement Around the Web
Jewish Teens Meet World
Exposing teens to real-world social action and justice work to keep them connected beyond b'nai mitzvah.

Rabbi Paul Kipnes: A Formula for Engaging Jewish Teenagers
The clergy and staff at Congregation Or Ami share their formula for engaging Jewish teens.

At a time when attention in philanthropy is being focused on billionaires who agree to give away a big chunk of their fortunes, teen philanthropy is a growing tool for meaningful engagement and raising socially minded young people.

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