Hebraica Director – Marleny Rosemberg – x139
Hebraica emphasizes the importance of promoting Jewish identity, Jewish values, a love of Israel, and the importance of family and community. Hebraica reaches out to all segments of our diverse Jewish community through ongoing programs for Jewish children, tweens, teens, and college-age young adults, that include holiday celebrations, family activities, and community events.
Maccabi Tzair Miami, a branch of Maccabi World Union, is a youth movement for the Jewish community that engages Jewish youth in activities promoting Jewish identity, our connection to the People and Land of Israel, and Jewish socialization. Madrichim (Leaders) in our Jewish youth movement are graduates of our leadership development programming School of Madrichim, who have been trained to conduct social, cultural, educational, and recreational activities with their Chanichim (group members) through varied peulot (activities).
Coordinator: Jenny Mermelszteyn Moscatel, ext. 190
Our Jewish youth, Chanichim, meet on a weekly basis with their peers and Madrichim (group leaders), engaging in activities revolving around Jewish identity, the People and Land of Israel, Jewish socialization, global awareness, mitzvah projects, field trips, a sleep over, and machanot. Begins Saturday, September 13.
Designed for Jewish tweens to enjoy activities that promote Jewish life and tradition with the objective to build a circle of friends who care for their community. Includes educational field trips, mitzvah projects (community service letters), an overnight, survival camp, machanot (weekend camping trips), and other special events and activities. Begins Saturday, September 13
Pre-SOM Team: Nicole Dombey, Samuel Carbunaru, Dalia Perez, & Alon Bekerman
One-year leadership program for Jewish teens concentrating on social interaction and group development that lays a foundation for enrollment in next year’s School of Madrichim (does not automatically ensure a space in the program). Includes mitzvah projects (community service letter), field trips, machanot, Jewish identity, and more. Begins Monday, September 15
SOM Team: David Kohn, Melissa Bebchik, Ian Perchik, & Dalia Cohen
A year-long leadership training program for high school sophomores that promotes Jewish identity and develops young Jewish leaders to work with Jewish children and teens in our community. SOM culminates with a 4-week summer program in Israel for those who successfully fulfill the program’s requirements. Begins Wednesday, September 10.
Check your program guide for days, times, and pricing