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HUB Hadracha (Leadership) is where teens can hone their leadership skills and be a role model for younger kids, or plan and lead events for their peers. 

Madrichim in Training (MIT) is an experience open to all 7th-8th graders. These small cohorts meet throughout the year to develop leadership skills as they serve as role models in Noar classrooms. From building relationships grounded in social-emotional awareness to running carpool, MITs are an integral part of the Noar program where they gain experience in and out of the classroom.

Junior and Senior Madrichim is an experience open to all 9th-12th graders through an application process. These high school Madrichim learn to be future Jewish educators through assisting teachers with activities. In addition, they build relationships with students, especially children who need extra support. All high school Madrichim can receive community service hours for their Noar support, and 11th-12th graders can opt in to be paid as Senior Madrichim. Click here for details on the compensation program for Senior Madrichim.

Temple Sinai’s Leadership Boards are an opportunity for 7th–12th graders who want to actively shape the social experience of their peers. One Leadership Board serves 7th and 8th graders while the other serves 9th–12th graders, both working in collaboration with one of the Youth and Teen Engagement Managers. From brainstorming community events that are relevant and engaging to planning Camp Jenny Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction, these groups bring their youth group ideas to life.



Fri, June 14 2024 8 Sivan 5784