An original lecture by Dr. Rachel Mattson on Monday, December 6th at 6 pm.
This third cohort of interns will examine the question, “Who is served by our community service?,” investigating the current state of community service programming for Jewish teens, community service requirements in high schools,
The Ma'yan Political Theater Apprentices--8 NYC area Jewish teen girls-- open their show to over 70 adoring fans and rave reviews!
This past Sunday, November 1st was Marathon Day in New York. For Ma'yan's Research Training Interns, Sunday marked the end of a different kind of marathon: a year of intensive learning and original research examining the Bat Mitzvah experience in Jewish girls
Parents and youth professionals are invited on Sunday, November 1st, to the Ma'yan Symposium on Bat Mitzvah, where Jewish teenage girls will tell you what Bat Mitzvah is really all about!
Learn how to modify behavior and set limits using techniques that encourage self-moderation and cooperation between adults and young people.
This resource, created for Ma'yan's fall 2011 workshop, "Standing on Both Sides of the Gate: Reconciling Privilege and Jewish Identity," offers nine helpul suggestions for educators and parents interested in helping young people to think about power and privilege.
At the JCC in Manhattan, where I work, it’s sometimes hard to tell apart the staff who work with our teens and the teens themselves.