For students who are thinking about college, there are a new set of factors influencing college decisions, from rising antisemitism and a polarized environment around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to new state laws restricting reproductive rights and trans health care.
Join Moving Traditions for a discussion that will cover:
- How you and your teen can gather the best information to make the right choice
- How to preserve your relationship with your teen to help them feel supported and manage stress throughout the college search and application process
- How to embolden your teen and give them tools so they go off to college feeling prepared and confident
Moving Tradition’s VP of education Rabbi Daniel Brenner will sit down with Deborah Heller, director of college counseling at the Beacon School in New York and the founder of Impact College Consulting, and Maiya Edelson, vice president of organizational learning and development at Hillel International. We will take a look at what’s happening at college campuses nationwide with insights from Hillel International, and hear from Moving Traditions’ teen participants, who will give us a ground-level view of the current climate.
In this “Raising Up Teens” webinar for parents and educators of Jewish teens, you will receive actionable takeaways and resources to help you and the teen in your life.+ More... - Less...
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