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Congregation Brothers of Israel

L'dor Vador—From Generation to Generation since 1883
לדור ודור

USY and kadima





We are pleased to inform you that the Bucks County USY has been awarded $1950 from the USY Chapter Innovation and Engagement Grant, funded by USCJ. For more than 70 years, USY programs around North America have sought to engage Jewish teens in an authentic and dynamic Jewish life. Please help support these programs with participation in USY events.



With our flagship summer program, USY on Wheels, back on the road this past summer we were excited to be able to run programming for teens from 7th- 12th grade. Internationally, we were able to create a space for our teens to make new friends and travel all while through the lens of conservative Judaism. 

We are excited to announce that registration for our summer 2023 offerings will open on Monday, September 12th. We wanted to be sure that you had the link for our pre-registration to pass along to your congregations. This will ensure that anyone in your congregation that is interested in sending their teen on a summer program will be the first to know when registration opens. We will be offering an early bird discount for a short period of time, so the earlier our congregations know- the more time they have to cash in on that discount.

We look forward to sharing the announcement that registration has officially opened. In the meantime, please share this link with your congregation so they know how to be on our pre-registration list.

We look forward to providing an EPIC summer for your Teens!

The USY summer team.



We are once again thrilled to announce that participants in EPIC Israel programs will be eligible for a RootOne Voucher (R1V) subsidy in the amount of $3,000 to ensure greater participation in our programs! We hope these vouchers allow even more teens to have an EPIC Israel Summer with USY. More information regarding R1Vs is forthcoming. RootOne is seeded through the generosity of The Marcus Foundation, and is powered by The Jewish Education Project. For more information, please visit .

CLICK HERE to read about our programs

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JWA is accepting applications for the following  Fellowship: the Rising Voices Fellowship for teens interested in Jewish women’s history and feminism 

Join a diverse group of teens passionate about Judaism, feminism, social justice, and writing! Apply for JWA's Rising Voices Fellowship.
The Rising Voices Fellowship is a leadership development program for Jewish young women* in grades 10–12 with a passion for writing and an interest in Judaism, feminism, and social justice who want to participate in a community that centers the experiences of Jewish women.
This ten-month program offers a unique curriculum exploring Jewish women’s history and identity, giving Fellows the tools to use their voices for social change.

As we seek to build a pluralistic and representative community of Rising Voices Fellows, we strongly encourage applications from LGBTQ+ teens, teens of color, teens with disabilities, and Mizrahi and Sephardi teens.

*JWA embraces expansive understandings of what it means to be Jewish and a woman. We welcome and encourage applicants from any Jewish background, as well as non-binary, genderqueer, and gender-questioning applicants who want to explore the identity "Jewish woman" in all its complexity.
Know someone who would make a great Fellow? Forward this email or contact Program Manager Sarah Quiat with your recommendation.
Apply by April 4, 2022, to be considered.

Learn more and apply click here




Fri, June 2 2023 13 Sivan 5783