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Westchester Jewish Council Events - too many to list! Click  here to see.

 


 

A Night of Music and Joy  - click here or below to register

 
 
 
Volunteer opportunities with UJA Engage Mount Kisco     

For more information contact Debra Cerbini at

Have you ever thought about being a host family to a delightful 18-year old Israeli student?

 The Shames JCC is assisting the Westchester Jewish Council to find families to host 4 young people, known as Shinshinim, who will be spending a year in Westchester before they join the army. Watch the video and meet these terrific young people who will act as emissaries assigned to different synagogues, day schools, and JCCs around the county.  Families are asked to commit to a 3 ½ month time slot and would need to provide a room and some meals.  The students would adapt to their host family’s lifestyle.  If the family sits down to eat together, the Shinshinim will join them when their schedule allows; if everyone fends for themselves the Shinshinim should made to feel comfortable to do the same. A strong bond develops between these two worlds- even to the point that some families have taken the Shinshinim to family gatherings, social events, and other activities. WJC is looking for host families who can fill the following time slots: 

12/2/2018-3/17/2019 (14 weeks)

3/17/2019-6/18/2019 (13 weeks)

 
For more information please contact Donna Bartell at donna@wjcouncil.org
Opportunities for LGBTQ and Ally Teens & Families
Sponsored by Keshet and Mosaic of Westchester, a number of programs for both teens and families & communities are in place for the fall including:
 
Monthly teen group, teen summits, parades, shabbatonim, inclusion workshops, speakers and storytellers. Details.
 
For more information or to get involved, contact Avi Edelman.
 
 

 

  The WAJE Cooperative promotes adult education classes from Westchester Jewish Council member organizations  in an effort to bring more offerings to a greater number of Westchester lifelong learners. Click here to view a printable listing of courses. Check back often as this list will be updated as new courses are made available by our member organizations.
 
Questions? Please contact Lisa Itzkowitz, 914-328-7001


Introducing The Friendship Circle

A program that pairs teen volunteers with children with special needs
 
Teens that volunteer for Friendship Circle will spend quality time with children with special needs in the environment the kids are most comfortable in and familiar with: their own homes. The teens are guided and trained for their valuable role as friend and mentor. For more information contact Darielle Cohen,  or click here
 
 

THE WJCS JEWISH SPIRITUAL HEALING CENTER click here for a complete schedule of events

 

Spiritual Support Groups, Journeying Programs, and Kumi Ori Contemplative Sundays.

 


 



Mon, November 12 2018 4 Kislev 5779