Registration is now open for the inaugural JTFN Facilitator Training, which will take place December 16-18, 2019 in New York City. Presented in partnership with M2: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education, the training will enhance professional skills, knowledge and experience in delivering effective Jewish teen philanthropy programs. This seminar will be open to all facilitators, program managers and supervisors who are connected to Jewish philanthropy programming, as well as those outside the field who wish to learn more. Participants will journey through the brand new JTFN curriculum and explore best practices and methodologies for implementing Jewish teen philanthropy in different settings. Whether there is an interest in starting a new program, expanding an existing program or learning about best practices in facilitation, philanthropy and Jewish teen engagement – all are welcome!
The training program will be designed to offer:
- Skill building in facilitation, programmatic design and teen engagement;
- Increased content knowledge around teen philanthropy; and
- Opportunities for Judaic enrichment.
The Jewish Teen Funders Network (JTFN) is the central resource for the network of over 100 Jewish teen philanthropy programs in North America, Israel, and internationally. JTFN’s mission is to strengthen Jewish engagement and identity through supporting and elevating the field of Jewish teen philanthropy, by setting field standards, providing training and resources to professionals, mainstreaming philanthropy into the Jewish teen experience, and serving as a lead catalyst for new programs. Find out more about JTFN at www.jtfn.org