The program is a leadership task force, focused on social activism through Jewish values. Teen JAM task force members will work throughout the year with community organizations to plan and create the community service projects for J-Serve, the annual International day of Jewish youth service that is run by teens, for teens (next year on Sunday, April 19).
Teen JAM meets Thursdays, Oct. 2– April 23 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Download the application at www.atlantajcc.org/tcs.
If accepted into the Teen JAM task force, there is a fee to participate: MJCCA member $145; community: $205.
To get more information about Teen JAM or to apply, click here.