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We have a variety of programs for youth and families all year long, for little ones like toddlers and kindergartners, through high school all the way to 12th grade. You can also find a variety of opportunities within the broader community for volunteering, trips, and more

Upcoming Events


Sunday, March 24th from 11:00am - 1:00pm

Our immensely popular Purim Carnival returns on Purim day. Featuring: Games, Bouncy Shushan Palace, Photo Booth, Arts and Crafts, Prizes, Pizza & Snacks...and much more!
Come in costume! For ages 0-9.

Register here


Contact Jessica (Futran) Scheinman at cantorjessica@habonim.net to find out about upcoming teen programs sponsored by the Erwin Greenwald Fund for teen programming!

Community Opportunities

Simon Wiesenthal Center Internships

The Simon Wiesenthal Center is a global Jewish human rights activist organization that confronts anti-Semitism, hate, defends the safety of Israel and Jews worldwide, and teaches the lessons of the Holocaust for future generations through its advocacy and education programs, investigations, research, reporting, media, films, and museums.

Wiesenthal Government Advocacy Internship

Applications are now open for the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s 2024 Summer Government Advocacy Internship. Students selected for this highly competitive program will be introduced to the mechanics of the state and municipal government, politics, grassroots activism and advocacy. The program is based in New York City and open to all college and graduate-level students.

Learn more & apply here

Wiesenthal International Advocacy Internship

Applications are now open for the Wiesenthal Center’s Summer 2024 International Advocacy Internship. Modeled after its highly successful sister program, the Wiesenthal Government Advocacy Internship, this program will introduce selected participants to the mechanics of international policy making and development of next generation communal leaders who can have a true impact on that stage. The program will be based in New York City and open to all college and graduate level students.

Learn more & apply here

 

GENuine Connections™ at DOROT

GENuine Connections at DOROT is a free, online community devoted to making genuine connections between older adults and high school students.  Teens and older adults meet weekly over Zoom in small groups to talk and participate in activities ranging from creative writing, chess, art, current events and so much more, leading to the discovery of new and shared perspectives. And teens get community service credits for participating! Check out their flyer here

Thu, April 18 2024 10 Nisan 5784