When know this week may be just the start of Spring Break, but also that for those on remote learning schedules there can be extra hours to fill. We've identified some of our favorite opportunities for youth and teens from Mitzvahs to online resources and more! Engaging, social, and service-oriented activities can provide your child with a distraction from these challenging times and boost morale for all.

Join local Jewish 6th - 12th grade youth for the International Day of Jewish Youth Service, Good Deeds Day & National Mitzvah Day
Zoom Sessions by Grade ...
1 PM for 6th - 9th Graders
2 PM 10th - 12th Graders
Zoom sessions will guide participants through projects that can be done from home to benefit isolated seniors, organizations addressing hunger & nutrition, and local healthcare professionals.
Pre-Registration Required Follow the Link to Sign Up !

Mini-Mitzvah Corps Challenge of 2020!
Perfect for younger children, The Jewish Center's Mini Mitzvah Corps has designed an outlined challenge for children to perform mitzvah acts. Prizes awarded to those who submit photos of themselves performing the mitzvahs.

Click to download the Challenge Guide.

Check out our Blogs for even more inspired activities...

For even more resources to help you cope with all aspects of the impact of COVID-19, see our Resource Page .
Scholarships now available...
Mensch Awards (8th and 12th Grade) -
Applications due April 30
Wollin Scholarship -
Applications due June 1