Moving Traditions’s Meyer-Gottesman Kol Koleinu Teen Feminist Fellowship is a distinctive opportunity for young Jewish feminists (entering 10th through 12th grade in Fall 2022) to learn how to effectively speak their minds and create the change they want to see in the world.
Offered in collaboration with NFTY and with support from USY, this year-long fellowship invites teens of all genders to learn how to apply a Jewish feminist lens to the world, ask powerful questions, deepen their knowledge about social change and amplify their voices to share their beliefs and express a call to action. Finally, fellows hone their skills by creating a tangible social change project.
During the year, fellows will meet monthly through virtual meetings where participants learn from and teach one another in a supportive Jewish feminist community. We’ll also get together virtually and in-person (assuming the safety of travel) a few times throughout the year to meet our mentors, work on projects and celebrate our work.
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