Love and Relationships Retreat (Grades 9-12)

November 5-7, 2021
American Jewish University, Familian Campus
(15600 Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90077)

Facilitated by Amy and Dr. Charles Miron, teens explore the complexity of the often-conflicting feelings and messages that naturally arise in peer relationships. At the core of this program are open and honest discussions about relationship dynamics, sex, emotional and physical safety.

After participating in the retreat, teens report that the topics and questions they explored positively impacted their life decisions.

To learn more or join the waitlist, click here.

The Religious Action Center’s L’Taken trip to Washington D.C. (Grades 10-12)

February 25-28, 2022 
WBTY teens are invited to join our congregational trip to Washington, D.C., to attend the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism’s L’Taken Social Justice Seminar – a four-day event designed to help Jewish teens discover their power to be effective advocates and a voice for justice in the nation’s capital. It’s informative, educational, and so much fun, with lots of time to explore D.C. and make friends from across North America!
Space is limited! Email Emily Greenfeld at to get on the interest list today!

Jewish Center for Justice L.E.A.D Trip to Sacramento (Grades 10-12)

Spring 2022

L.E.A.D JCJ (Leadership, Education, Advocacy, Democracy) is a one-day program that provides Jewish teens with the unique opportunity to gather in Sacramento for a day of training, advocacy, and allyship. Together we will learn how to amplify our voices and advocate for solutions to modern-day injustices. As part of this coalition, you will gain the tools and confidence needed to be an activist both at the Capitol and in your own community when you return home. 

Email Emily Greenfeld at to get on the interest list today!