Students in our JTJ Program can continue their Jewish education by participating in classes that are both fun and engaging! Our 8-9th grade students can participate in our Wednesday night "Tzedakah Transformed: Acts of Philanthropy" class. These teens will form a Teen Tzedakah Board and learn about philanthropic giving by doing it -- experiencing both the challenges and thrills of giving money away to support issues close to their hearts. Meanwhile, our 10-12th grade students have the opportunity to take a college course for 3 general education credits, thanks to a new partnership with American Jewish University (AJU). In our Wednesday "Argument for Community's Sake," teens will explore the philosophy and foundations of what it means to be together in community, during both good and challenging times.