An evening of stand-up comedy, storytelling, understanding and vulnerability that is sure to leave you laughing out loud.
Together we will see that humor can be found everywhere. Come hear from teens and professional comedians about being a teen, mental health, and walk away with some resources and a great laugh.
There is no cost to register and you’re welcome to invite as many friends to join as you’d like.
Featuring the Comedy Stylings of…
Event MC and comic
Featuring Jewish Teen Premiering Their Comedy
Guy Knoll (he/him) is 17 years old and is a junior at Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington DC.
Elle Woska is a 16 year old attending Glen Cove High School. She enjoys music, writing, and learning new things about Judaism.
This is a community-wide teen event, all Jewish teen organizations are
invited to share the invitation with their teens – the more, the merrier!
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SPONSORS AND PARTNERS
Special thanks to BBYO as the technology partner for this event through their BBYO on Demand platform, a virtual hub that offers teens various ways to share ideas, learn, laugh, watch TV, make music, challenge each other, make the world a better place, celebrate all that we are, and have a really fun time while doing it. It’s also a way, independently or with friends, to engage with exciting content, featured guests, incredible speakers and entertainers, and most importantly, other Jewish teens.
Teen Mental Health App
Jewish Teen Gratitude Journal
by the Blue Dove Foundation
The HereNow app allows teens to:
Connect to mental health and wellness events for teens in their communities.
Learn more about the Jewish teen Gratitude Journal and order your copy on Amazon.
In Judaism, Shabbat is a time when we reflect upon our week. In this gratitude journal, the prompts mirror this idea, with a prompt for the beginning, middle, and end of the week.
The journal consists of several resources and fifty-two pages, one per week, for analyzing your life, encouraging you to practice gratitude for a few moments every week. Your mindset can change with the littlest habits, so let’s give it a try!