Teens and adults can live the Jewish value of tikkun olam (repairing the world), build community connections, enhance professional skills, make new friends, and earn community service hours by helping in one of our programs or executing a social action project.
To learn more, visit https://jccmw.org/volunteering/
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Do you love D&D and want to grow as a Jewish leader? Contact us to get more information about our JD&D programming this coming fall and to apply to be one of our teen Dungeon Masters!
Registration for Regents Review Courses!
Get your teen ready for the Regents Exams with our Regents Review Courses, offered at JCCMW, in partnership with Sheptin Tutoring, on Sunday, June 4, and Saturday, June 10!
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