The Teens and Young Adults program from the JCL offers events and activities for teens age 11-18. There are a variety of exciting programs for teens to participate in throughout the year. For more information, contact Alison Roemer, Senior Director of Jewish Journeys and Experiences at firstname.lastname@example.org or 502-238-2730.
Teen Sports Conditioning Class for High School Athletes
Stay in the game even when the season has been postponed! Join expert JCC trainer Sylvester for classes tailored to high school athletes looking to stay in shape while in the off-season. These athletic conditioning classes are designed to improve or maintain sports conditioning.
These classes focus on improving overall athletic abilities used in high school sports using techniques like sprinting drills, agility drills, bodyweight strength training, stabilization and mobility.
Bring a mat and a water bottle. Equipment gets cleaned before and after every class and participants will keep social distance during the class. Masks are required when entering/exiting the building and in common areas, but are optional while exercising.
Teen Connect is the BBYO experience made just for middle school students who want to enjoy social, recreational, athletic, cultural, and Judaic activities with new friends! Join Teen Connection and be part of something exciting. Something big. Something important. Get a taste of all the great activities that await you as a highschooler in BBYO. Click here to learn more.
BBYO is a youth-led, pluralistic, community-wide youth group for Jewish high school students. Here in Louisville, there are two chapters: Drew Corson AZA (for boys) and Jay Levine BBG (for girls). Programs are planned by teen leaders with support and guidance from professional staff. Click here to learn more.
Starting a B’nai Tzedek Fund is easy. You just take some of your gift money. The Jewish Foundation of Louisville will match part of it with dollars from the Lewis D. Cole B’nai Tzedek Fund – and voila, you’ve done it. The money in your B’nai Tzedek Fund is invested and then every year you get to decide which Jewish charities will get a portion of the allocatable dollars from your fund. Click here to learn more.