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Panim: The Institute for Jewish Leadership and Values

Panim: Curricula, Issue Guides, and Educator Trainings for teaching teens about Jewish values, service, and activism. Some are for sale and some are available to download for free from the website.


Facing History and Ourselves

Facing Hstory combats racism, anti-Semitism and prejudice and nurtures democracy through education programs worldwide.


The Jewish Lens

“The Jewish Lens is a curriculum for middle and high school students. The learning program uses the work of photographer Zion Ozeri to explore diverse Jewish communities and their traditions. Students then focus on their own communities - documenting their communal values on film and curating on-site exhibits of their work. The project culminates with an exhibition that ties together the work of students from all participating schools. For educators and students, the website provides links to the sites of world Jewish communities, American history, the Talmud, Jews and photography and photography for social change.”


Moving Traditions (Rosh Hodesh: It’s a Girl’s Thing and Shevet Achim: The Brotherhood)

Moving Traditions inspires women and men, boys and girls to engage more deeply with Judaism. We use gender as our framework because it shapes the way culture defines who we are and can become.


Jewish Teen Funders Network

The Jewish Teen Funders Network (JTFN) provides Jewish teens with hands-on opportunities to engage in collective philanthropic giving with their peers, guided by Jewish values. JTFN aims to enhance the Jewish educational value of these programs by providing curricular and programmatic resources on Jewish values and philanthropy.