Click here for a Guide to Jewish Teen Opportunities.

Scholarship Tuition Assistance is available through the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit to the congregations so that every child and their family have the ability to send their children to supplemental school. The Federation allocates these funds through the Education Division to congregations based upon numbers of students enrolled in congregational school programs.

The Deutsch Fund provides funding to support local and regional youth group board members who are required to regularly attend regional and national events. Board members may apply for up to $300 total in scholarship assistance. Click here to apply.

The Stephen H. Schulman Millennium Fund provides financial aid to Jewish youth in Jewish youth groups for leadership opportunities. Youths may apply for up to three scholarships per calendar year, for up to $400 total. Funding is based on financial need. Click here to apply.

The Annual David Hermelin Scholarship Award, Sponsored by Sam and Nancy Shamie, provides a full tuition scholarship to a Day School student in the penultimate or final year of studies at her/his school.

 

Lisa Soble Siegmann

Questions About Our Youth and Teen Programs?

Lisa Soble Siegmann
Senior Director, JFamily
248-432-5636
lsiegmann@jccdet.org

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Sep
26

Turn the Tables on Structural Vulnerability: A Sukkah X Event

Wednesday, September 26th | 7-9 PM Detroit’s Capitol Park Shelby and State St, 48226 In a city and society marred by systemic housing injustice, what does it mean for us as Jews to celebrate our harvest festival by building and dwelling in intentionally vulnerable and temporary structures as spiritual practice? Hosted at the site of […]

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Oct
3

“Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be”: An Evening with New York Times best-selling author and columnist Frank Bruni

Join us as we welcome Frank Bruni to Detroit for an important conversation about the unnecessary mental anguish students often endure when they measure themselves by the colleges that accept them. Mr. Bruni will share what his research has revealed: that a student’s worth and future success is not determined by the university he or […]

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Oct
9

Jewish Working Women’s Network: Pure Networking

Join the Jewish Working Women’s Network for Pure Networking as we are trying something new! Pure Networking in the AM… October 9 | 7:30 – 9 AM Great Lakes Coffee at the Maple | Coffee is on us!  Questions? Contact Marianne Bloomberg at 248 642 4611 or Bloomberg@jfmd.org

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Oct
25

Jewish Genealogy – Moving Forward

Thursday, October 25, 2018 | 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Max M. Fisher Federation Building 6735 Telegraph Rd. Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301 If you have taken our Introduction to Jewish Genealogy seminar or have the basics down but you’re not sure what to do next, the Moving Forward session is for you. The Leonard N. […]

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