Project Cares: Babysitting 101 and Learning to Work with Youth with Disabilities

Learn critical babysitting skills and how to understand and work with children with different types of abilities. Topics include child development, behavioral problems, caring for a child with disabilities, handling emergencies and more. First Aid and CPR training is included in this class. 


Grades 6-8

Sunday Volunteering in the JCC Special Services Department is required: 11/17 & 12/8, 2019 and 1/5/2020

Shelley Levy 201.408.1489 | slevy@jccotp.org

This program is made possible with the generous support of the EGL Foundation.


8 times on Tuesdays
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Nov 5 - Jan 7
Except: Dec 24, Dec 31
$75.00 Member
$75.00 Public
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For more information, or to register, please call 201-408-1470.

Israel Program Scholarship

GRADES 9-12


Are you a Jewish student living in Bergen County who is traveling to Israel on either a high school study abroad program or a summer experience? Ease the financial burden and apply for a scholarship! Awards are merit based and up to $1000 each, and up to 5 awards will be offered.


For more information, you may contact Aaron Atlas at 201.408.1484 or aatlas@jccotp.org


Israel Program Scholarship Application
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 29, 2019


Awards are provided through the endowment funds of Morton and Betty Steinberg, the Rubin Family, and the Samuel Warshauer Israel Program Scholarships.


    
For more information, or to register, please call 201-408-1470.

The Idea School

The Idea School, a Jewish, co-ed, project-based learning high school, at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades. Project-based learning (PBL) uses traditional academic subjects, but centers them around inspiring and meaningful questions for students to answer. PBL also integrates the arts into learning, and aims to dissolve the walls between school and the world. The Idea School is excited to bring this interdisciplinary and engaging learning to the Jewish community, and the JCC is a perfect location for it, since students will have numerous ways to connect with the facility's populations, and to enrich themselves and their studies with arts programming and physical education classes. The Idea School is grateful to the JCC for partnering with us on this exciting journey. For more information about the school, please visit our website at www.theideaschool.org or contact the Head of School, Ms. Tikvah Wiener, at tikvah.wiener@theideaschool.org.

    
For more information, or to register, please call 201-408-1470.



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