Do you want to spend two weeks of your summer working the land and cooking fresh food in Jewish community? Join us at Shomrei Adamah on the Gann Farm!
Shomrei Adamah on the Gann Farm is a two-week, hands-on, paid summer experience for young people entering ninth through 12th grade. We will build a vibrant Jewish community through physical work, cooking farm-fresh meals, singing and learning about the relationships between Judaism, justice and agriculture.
This is a paid, educational internship. Participants will earn a stipend of $25 per day ($200 for the two weeks).
For more information, including dates and a link to the application, click here.
This program is a partnership between Temple Beth Zion in Brookline and Gann Academy and is supported by a Teen Community Impact Grant from Combined Jewish Philanthropies.
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