Check out this Teen's Guide to Civic Engagement - written for teens by teens.
As we approach the 2018 elections, and as mass shootings, separated families, and rollbacks on LGBTQ+ protections continue to dominate headlines, Jewish students are calling for increased levels of civic engagement from ourselves, one another, and our communities. Are you interested in becoming a leader in your college campus or in your youth group for our nonpartisan get out the vote effort?
As part of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism’s Civic Engagement Campaign, our high school and college leaders are hosting trainings for teens and college students, where you will learn community organizing skills, how to tell your story in a compelling way, and how to build power and accountability so people show up to do justice work and vote.
There is no better time than the present to get involved, step up, and speak out for justice!
⌦ Teen's Guide to Civic Engagement - written for teens, by teens
⌦ Jewish College Student's Guide to Voting - a checklist with everything you need to make a difference
BACK-TO-SCHOOL VIRTUAL TOWN HALL
August 26, 2018 at 3pm ET / 2pm CT
RECORDING COMING SOON
HUC-JIR or NYU Hillel
New York, NY