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The JCC offers teens opportunities to get involved in social activities, community service and other programs, meet new people from other high schools in Indianapolis, and explore Jewish culture and history. We focus on teen life, learning and leading, social and self-awareness, and building community. At the JCC, teens have a whole house to themselves! We all come together at the JCC teen house to have a great time. Everyone is welcome to attend events. Looking for something more? We are always looking for teen leaders. Contact Kenny Lambert at 251-8100 or email for more information about teen programs and how you can get involved.


For teens grades 9-12

3rd Annual ADL Confronting
Anti-Semitism Workshop
Thu, Apr 3  |  5-7 pm  |  JCC Teen House, 7005 Hoover Road

If we want to empower our youth to take action when they encounter anti-Semitism, we must give them the right tools. The Anti-Defamation League's Confronting Anti-Semitism Program helps Jewish youth, their families, and other community members to develop the essential skills needed to:

Confront insensitive or hateful comments and behaviors 
 • Challenge anti-Semitic myths with facts 
 • Respond to hate-motivated incidents in school and the community at large
 • Utilize national and regional resources to fight anti-Semitism on all levels

All teens grades 9-12, Jewish or not, are welcome to participate in this wonderful program. Please bring a friend! Snacks and drinks will be served. 
*Please note: due to the serious nature of program, we ask that only mature young adults in grades 9-12 attend this event. Be prepared to have an open and honest discussion about the realities of anti-Semitism, bigotry, and hatred, in our local community and around the world.

To RSVP or for more information about these and other teen programs,
contact Kenny Lambert at or call 317-251-8100

For additional information about this event and helpful tools for confronting anti-Semitism, please visit



 Kenny Lambert
 Middle and High School Coordinator
 251-9467 ext. 2234

  Don Fogle
 Committee Chair

  Rick Weiss
 Vice President