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April 24, 2014 | 24th Nisan 5774

CT - Director of Temple Youth

The TYGRS Director is responsible for promoting informal Jewish education for Jewish youth (grades 7-12) through a program of religious involvement, social action, and social events in order to nurture a cohesive community which fosters Jewish identity. The programming is developed in coordination with the Director of Education, the Rabbi and the Youth Board liaison.

Responsibilities

  • Oversee TYGRS board and facilitate regularly-scheduled meetings
  • Develop, plan and implement the operation of TYGRS.
  • Supervise all activities run by TYGRS, including meetings, holiday events, fundraisers and trips.
  • Provide a blurb weekly for the temple weekly bulletin describing upcoming TYGRS activities.
  • Act as a role model to the Temple's youth and function in an advisory capacity.
  • Direct and oversee youth staff and any other persons specifically employed to implement aspects of the youth program.
  • Work with the VP publicity to develop and increase membership and participation in the youth group. Work with other community youth organizations to integrate programming and participation.
  • Work with TYGRS to budget, plan and implement major religious school events ie; Hanukkah Party, Purim Carnival, etc.
  • Increase integration and interest in NFTY events.
  • Occasionally meet with the Education Committee and Director of Education and Youth Board liaison as needed.

Estimated Time Commitment and Compensation

  • TYGRS meetings are typically held once or twice per month on Sunday's at 11:30 am to 12:30
  • Monthly commitment of approximately 10 to 20 hours
  • Monthly salary of $400 from September through May

Contact ddobryn@gmail.com for more information.

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