Calling all Jewish high-schoolers!
LOOKING FOR CHANGE-MAKERS, WORLD-BUILDERS, TIKKUN OLAM TRENDSETTERS, LEADERS AND VOLUNTEERS
SAMUEL M GOLDSTON TEEN PHILANTHROPY PROJECT
The Samuel M Goldston Teen Philanthropy Project is a FREE six-month program consisting of monthly Wednesday afternoon sessions.
For 8th-11th graders, the Project is focused on philanthropy, social justice, and volunteerism in theory and practice.
Together, a cohort of Pittsburgh teens will:
- Learn about social justice, philanthropy and fundraising through a Jewish lens
- Learn about Judaism, Pittsburgh, and themselves
- Allocate over $10,000 to a local non-profit of their choice!
- Learn to evaluate and read grant proposals from local organizations
This amazing program is FREE this year! It is fun, educational, and looks GREAT on college applications! To register (or to request more info) for the Goldson Teen Philanthropy Project, please visit this website.
The schedule for this program is:
- Wednesday, January 19, 4:30pm-6:00pm
- Wednesday, February 16, 4:30pm-6:00pm
- Wednesday, March 16, 4:30pm-6:00pm
- Wednesday, April 27, 4:30pm-6:00pm
- Wednesday, May 25, 4:30pm-6:00pm
- Wednesday, June 8, 4:30pm-6:00pm
All sessions will take place at the Squirrel Hill JCC, Robinson Building. Snacks will be provided.
Questions? Comments? Email Director of Teen Leadership, Maria Carson, at [email protected]
Contributions are matched through a generous grant from Edward and Linda Goldston (z’l) in memory of their son, Samuel.