StandWithUs is setting up Teen Leadership Councils, a one semester program for high school students, who want to develop their leadership skills and ability to tell Israel’s story and to fight back against antisemitism. As a StandWithUs Teen Leadership Council member, students will have the opportunity to further their Israel knowledge, plan innovative Israel programs for their peers, and they will play a vital role in ensuring that teens in their community are connected to Israel. As a valued partner of ours in the field, we’d like to invite you to be an active participant in the program planning aspect of each council with your students who participate! These are collaborative councils!
Attend 4 online TLC chapter meetings led by StandWithUs High School Coordinator/Regional Assistant, where TLC members will discuss a current event in the context of a specific topic
Plan one education program for teens in their community
Receive personalized mentorship from the StandWithUs High School Coordinator/Regional Assistant
Practice creativity, program planning, and collaboration with other teen leaders
Self-identify their personal growth goals as a leader and work with their coordinator to meet those goals
Upon completion of the program, TLC members receive a completion certificate and are eligible for service hours, as well as letters of recommendation for the best TLC members.
Questions? Reach out to Kate Chavez, Senior Southwest High School Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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