The goal of the Diller Teen Fellows program is to develop future generations of Jewish leaders who will be committed to the Jewish people, Israel and community service. This goal is achieved by inspiring and imparting the requisite skills and knowledge to a cohort of 20 exceptional high school juniors (11th graders) selected annually through a competitive process in each participating community. These teen leaders will comprise a diverse national group of young men and women from different Jewish denominations, ethnic heritages and cultures, and geographic backgrounds. Click here to read more about the specific aspects of the Diller Teen Fellows program.
Currently there are eight North American Diller communities, each of which is paired with an Israeli sister community:
Teen applications are available by contacting each individual community. For more information about your local Diller Teen Fellows Program, please find the contact information for the Coordinator for each community on its website. For more information about the North American and Israeli national program, please contact Tal Gale (North America) at 415-512-6237 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Liat Cohen-Raviv (Israel) at 972 0504 232 344 or email@example.com.
The Diller Teen Initiatives are funded by the Helen Diller Family Foundation.