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Jew Crew (post b’mitzvah)

IMG_0675We work hard to ensure that your teen’s journey in Judaism does not end with the b’mitzvah celebration.  This engaging program consists of two components:

The first component is a youth group, called the Jew Crew, led by Rabbi Mark Melamut, Education Director Melissa Herman, and selected Dartmouth students.  The youth group meets on alternate Tuesdays after Hebrew School from 5:30-7 pm, and does group mitzvah projects, goes on Jewish social outings, cooks Jewish food, does Jewish music and art projects, holds intellectual discussions, engages in Torah and Talmud study, watches Jewish-themed films, and does other enriching activities. We also take the Crew on an overnight trip to a place of Jewish interest (NYC, Montreal, etc.) to meet up with other Jewish youth for shabbat and see/do Jewish cultural things together.  

The second component to our teen programming is becoming a madrich/a (assistant teacher).  Each madrich is assigned to a classroom at the Hebrew school to shadow and assist the classroom teacher in order to gain exposure to teaching techniques related to Hebrew acquisition and Judaic studies.

For more information regarding the program, please contact school@uvjc.org

To register, please fill out the form below.

Jew Crew (Post B'nai Mitzvah)

  • Thank you for registering your teen in Jew Crew. We look forward to seeing them in the fall.

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  • Please enter a number from 7 to 12.
  • Please describe your interests and personal style to help the leader plan events that would appeal to you. What activities do you enjoy? What do you hope to get out of Jew Crew? What will you contribute?
  • Please check the mitzvot you would like to undertake this year:
  • Parent/Guardian 1 Information

  • Parent/Guardian 2 Information

  • All post-b'mitzvah teens are welcome to attend Jew Crew, regardless of contribution. We suggest a donation of $180 for the year to help with the cost of food and leadership. Note: there will be a separate fee for participation on Jew Crew trips to NYC and Montreal.

Kol Ha’Emek’s school is supported in part by a grant from Jewish Federation of New Hampshire.