Across oceans and across worlds

Diller Teen Fellows pairs up communities in Israel and the Diaspora to engage in the next generation of leaders.

November 19, 2015 09:36
Diller Teen Israel

Diller teens from Miami visit their partner city of Yeroham. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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It’s been called the best-kept secret in the Jewish world. The Diller Teen Fellows program, which with 3,000 alumni has fostered a generation of young Jewish leaders around the world, is marking 18 years since its inception.

Initiated in San Francisco in 1998, the program today includes 26 partnership communities, where a group of 10th and 11th graders are selected by each community for the 15-month-long leadership program.


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