JTI Boston Peer Leadership Fellows 2019-2020 Application
Thank you for applying to the Jewish Teen Initiative - Boston Peer Leadership Fellows Program! Please complete the following questions and submit your application for consideration. All applications are due on Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Visit JewishTeenInitiative.org or contact Brett Lubarsky, Associate Director (brett@jtiboston.org) if you have questions about the application process. We look forward to connecting with you!
Participant Information
First Name *
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Last Name *
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Email Address *
Provide us with an email address that you check frequently. Please note that email is the primary method of communication throughout the application process.
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Cell Phone *
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Home Address *
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Date of Birth *
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High School *
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Graduation Year *
Parent/Guardian Information
Parent Name *
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Email Address *
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Parent Cell Phone *
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Parent Home Phone *
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Connections: Tell Us More About Yourself!
Are you affiliated with a synagogue/minyan/Jewish community? *
If yes, please list name and town/city where it is based out of.
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What, if any, Jewish organizations/experiences are you currently a part of (i.e. youth group, summer camp, etc.)? *
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Have you ever been to Israel? *
If yes, please tell us which program/group you traveled with. If no, please let us know if you're interested in learning about travel opportunities!
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The focus of this Fellowship is building relationships with Jewish teens and connecting them to Jewish life. With this in mind, describe a time you reached out and built a relationship with someone new. How did you approach them? What was the experience like? What, if anything, was challenging? What did you learn about them that you would not have known otherwise? How did you continue to develop the relationship after the initial meeting? *
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What is the most creative project you’ve taken on or accomplished? What sparked this idea? What made it creative? Was it successful? Why or why not? What did you learn from the experience? *
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What role has Judaism played in your life, and why is it important to you to help connect other teens to similar experiences? *
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How would you describe your comfort level in communicating with others in person, virtually or over the phone (methods other than text or direct message)? *
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Track Selection
Which Fellowship Track are you interested in? *
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