• High School Programming

  • Eimatai

    Eimatai in-school workshops provide ongoing professional mentoring of high school students designed to cultivate a community of student leaders who grow together through critical analysis and leadership skill development. Over the course of this year, 19 Yeshiva University students interacted with (projected) 400 high school students from a variety of schools across North America through the Eimatai Leadership Development Project. Participating cities included Boca Raton, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami as well as communities in New York-New Jersey metropolitan area. Yeshiva University student advisors participated in a weekly year long training program that prepared and enabled them to develop and facilitate high school leadership programming. Eimatai staff and advisors remain in close contact with the high schools throughout the year, and help mentor the students to develop meaningful community projects. This year, EimataiĆ¢'s seminar workshops explored issues of Inclusion and Cultural Diversity through global, social, educational and Torah perspectives.

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