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Welcome to our teen website at Beth El Synagogue Center! We are excited to be in our second year of our three-year model of teen engagement at Beth El - there is truly something for everyone!  We can't wait for the fall.NEED COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS?

Email Bekkah for more information.


As a member of the Beth El Teen Program, you are also a member of METNY USY. For more information

"For Teens, By Teens" - We need YOU to help decide what trips to go on and what topics to discuss throughout the year!

Click here to help us decide!


:Upcoming social programs & Beth El USY events: 

Congratulations to our Beth El USY Teen Leadership Board  2018-2019!


Beth El USY Teen Leadership Board 2018-2019

Ilana Shechter - President

Logan Wasserman - Israel Affairs Vice President

Jesse Bartell - Membership/Kadima Vice President

Jonathan Gotian - Social Action/Tikkun Olam Vice President

Dylan Tait - Communications Vice President


Beth El's representation on Emek USY Divisional Executive Board 2018-2019

Stephen Bartell - Religion/Education Vice President

Jonah Seidenfeld - Membership/Kadima Vice President


Beth El's representation on METNY USY Regional Executive Board 2018-2019

Shayna Rosenstein - Communications Vice President


We are so proud of you and cannot wait to see what this year has in store!

What's going on in METNY USY?

Other Opportunities for Teens in Westchester


J-Teen Leadership is a community service, leadership development organization for Jewish high school students from all backgrounds and affiliations who want to make a difference in the world today. Through local programs and long distance service projects we provide a platform for teens to develop a collective voice, connect to other teens and become change agents in repairing the world. Check out for more info about their programs!


Mosaic of Westchester is spearheading a county-wide collaboration focused on integrating Westchester’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Jews into the fabric of Jewish life, thus enriching the entire Westchester Jewish community. Our vision is for LGBTQ Jews of all ages to become actively engaged, fully integrated members of Westchester’s Jewish community. Acting as a catalyst, resource, and facilitator, Mosaic is demonstrating that LGBTQ inclusion strengthens the Jewish community by making it more knowledgeable, diverse and more connected. Go to!

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