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The application is now closed for Diller Teen Fellows ’23-’24
Please contact Darren if you would like to learn more about the Diller program and our next application cycle!

If you would like to nominate an amazing teen for the Diller Teen Fellows, fill out the nomination form below!

Nomination Form

 

Please contact Darren Rabinowitz, Diller Teen Fellow Philadelphia Program Coordinator, drabinowitz@phillyjcc.com with any questions.

Darren Rabinowitz

Diller Teen Fellow Philadelphia Program Coordinator

(610) 896-7770 x106

Darren Rabinowitz Diller Teen Fellow Philadelphia Program Coordinator Hometown: Morristown, NJ Favorite Jewish Holiday: Yom Kippur Favorite Philly Food: Dim Sum Garden – Vegetable Steamed Buns Darren is a doctoral…

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*Diller is generously supported by the Helen Diller Foundation. If your family is in need of financial assistance, please do not hesitate in reaching out to Darren.

The Kaiserman JCC is honored to partner with the Diller Teen Fellows program, an incredible experiential learning, traveling and growth experience for 10th and 11th graders.

The program aims to build the next generation of committed Jewish leaders: to inspire and empower a global network of teens and equip them with the skills, confidence, knowledge and Jewish values they need to help create a better world. Each year, hundreds of young people take part in the Diller training program from 32 communities across the U.S., Canada, South Africa, Australia, South America, Europe and Israel.

The JCC serves as the new home for this popular teen leadership development program, which the Jewish Federation has stewarded for several years. We are grateful to the Jewish Federation for their efforts to bring the program to this juncture, and excited about the future possibility in its new context here at the JCC.

Follow our journey on our Diller Philly Instagram

Check out the Diller Blog to stay up to date on the Diller Teen Fellow’s travels through Israel this summer!