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A Webinar for Clergy: Strengthening Family Connections in the B-Mitzvah Years

Combining social-emotional learning models, positive youth development theory, and a mussar-based approach to Jewish character development, this Moving Traditions program offers a series of family education events that can be led by clergy and educators as well as a series that is specifically geared towards the needs of 5th-7th graders.

Thriving In Spite of It All: Supporting Teens in 2024

Join us at one of our upcoming webinars to discuss the spiritual, psychological, existential, and practical questions on teens’ minds and get a window into the growing diversity of programs that are available from Moving Traditions.

Current Partners

Check & Connect

We facilitate monthly drop-in Zoom sessions for partners like you to explore the situations you deal with all the time in your organization. You’ll learn best practices from expert educators at Moving Traditions as well as your peers from the field.

Thriving In Spite of It All: Supporting Teens in 2024

With all that’s happening in today’s world, how do we help teens thrive in 2024? Join Moving Traditions for a webinars that will explore: We have heard from many friends and colleagues how incredibly supportive Jewish educators like you have been to teens over the past four months. We also know, from the hundreds of educators who partner with Moving Traditions, that having a strong curriculum with activities designed to support youth’s overall wellbeing can help them process everything happening in the wider world, in school, at home, and on their screens.

A Webinar for Clergy: Strengthening Family Connections in the B-Mitzvah Years

From hundreds of clergy who partner with Moving Traditions, we know that having a strong curriculum with activities designed to support youth’s overall spiritual and social wellbeing can help them process everything happening in the wider world, in school, at home, and on their screens. Join us for a conversation and an overview of our current curricular models.