Memphis Teen Programs

Memphis Teen Calendar A community calendar of teen events in the Memphis Jewish Community.

Teen Organizations


 

  • BBYO

    6560 Poplar Ave.
    Germantown, TN 38138
    P: (901) 259-9300
    F: (901) 767-9477
    Zoe Goldberg
    zgoldberg@bbyo.org

  • MeFTY

    1376 East Massey Rd.
    Memphis, TN 38120
    Phone: 901.761.3130
    Fax: 901.761.1448
    Carly Abramson
    carlya@timemphis.org

  • USY

    6675 Humphreys Blvd.
    Memphis, TN 38120
    P: 901-683-3591
    F:901-683-3592
    Danny Kraft
    danny@bsholom.org

  • NCSY

    312-802-5943
    ShiJamie Gibber
    gibberj@ncsy.org

Jewish Educational Opportunities for Teens


 

Fogelman Religious School at Temple Israel

High school program (Sundays 4:30-6:00 pm) helps students discover their connections to Judaism, Temple Israel, and one another.

Teen Talmud Torah (T3)

Teen Talmud Torah is an exciting learning program geared toward Beth Sholom 8th through 10th graders. T3 features a rotating cast of educators from throughout the Memphis Jewish community teaching different units. Beginning on September 3, T3 students will join together on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 P.M. Pizza will be provided. 

Margolin Hebrew Academy Orthodox Jewish High School

Committed to academic excellence in Torah and general studies, the State of Israel and providing a warm, safe and nurturing environment for learning.

Goldie Margolin High School for Girls

Cooper Yeshiva High School for Boys

B'nai Tzedek

Memphis B’nai Tzedek is a teen philanthropy program designed to engage teens from bar/bat mitzvah through high school graduation. At the time of his/her bar mitzvah, teens are invited to donate a portion of their gift money (suggested: $250) to start a philanthropic fund at the Jewish Foundation of Memphis. A sponsor matches this donation with an additional $250 and the fund is established in the teen’s name.  The fund can grow with interest earnings and additional donations.  Each year through the end of high school, the teen chooses a qualified charity (or charities) to which he or she will donate up to 20% of the fund’s balance.  In June of the teen’s graduation year, the B’nai Tzedek fund can continue as a permanent fund ($1,000 minimum) or it can be closed with the balance donated to the Student Cooperative Fund or other charities of the teen’s choosing. 

  • For more information

    Bluma Zuckerbrot-Finkelstein
    P: (901) 767-7100
    F: (901) 767-7128
    bzuckerbrot-finkelstein@jcpmemphis.org

Teen Israel Experience

Memphis Jewish Federation’s Lemsky Endowment Fund provides teens with the Teen Israel Experience grant to help offset the costs of summer programs in Israel. All rising juniors and seniors in the Memphis Jewish community are eligible for grants of up to $3,000 to attend a recognized, teen summer program in Israel. 

 

Click here for the Teen Israel Experience Application for Summer 2021.