The Kim Penn Jewish Scholars Program

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The Kim PennJewish Scholars Program is the premier  social and educational program for Jewish teens in Cleveland. Scroll down for all the information in detail. A tremendous thank you to the Penn family for their support for this important program!

Earn scholarship to go to Israel!

 

Click here if you’re interested in receiving $500 in scholarship for an NCSY Summer Program through attending the Jewish Scholars Program! Below you’ll find information about the program and an optional sign up form.

Fall Session Schedule – 5 Sessions, always on Tuesday nights at 8-9pm
November 7, 14, 21, 28 and December 5
no RSVP necessary… we’ll see you there!
at Mandel Jewish Day School building at 26500 Shaker Blvd in Beachwood, OH.

Kim Penn Jewish Scholars Program

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What is the Kim Penn Jewish Scholars Program?
The Kim Penn Jewish Scholars Program is NCSY’s premier program for Jewish teens. It is an inclusive, fun and relaxed environment to meet people, get good food, with the incredible opportunity to learn from the depth of Jewish knowledge. Not only will you have an amazing and memorable experience at JSP, but you’ll get lots of cool free swag and an opportunity to earn scholarship for a trip to Israel! Call us for more information.

Fun discussions with inspiring community leaders.

Who is it for?
The Kim Penn Jewish Scholars Program is for Jewish High School teens (8th-12th Grades) who are interested in having a fun and exciting time, who want to invest their time in meaningful experiences and want to learn more about what Jewish knowledge has to offer them. In 2016-2017, more than 110 Cleveland teens participated from 15 local schools!

 

Graduate High School with a deep knowledge and connection to Jewish heritage!

What does it look like?
8pm – Doors are open and we have great food and snacks set up for teens to settle in and hang out.
8:15- Teens break out into discussion groups with their friends and are led by community mentors through thoughtful packets of deep Jewish text.
8:50- An invited profesional or scholar from the Cleveland Jewish community addresses the teens on their outlook on life and being Jewish.