- Jewish teens have a strong sense of self.
- Jewish teens feel a sense of pride about being Jewish.
- Jewish teens have learning experiences that are both challenging and valuable.
- Jewish teens engage in learning that enables them to be more active participants in various Jewish communities.
- Jewish teens learn about and positively experience Jewish holidays and Shabbat.
- Jewish teens establish strong friendships.
- Jewish teens develop strong and healthy relationships with their families.
- Jewish teens develop significant relationships with mentors, role models, and educators.
- Jewish teens are able to express their values and ethics in relation to Jewish principles and wisdom.
- Jewish teens develop the capacity (skills and language) that allows them to grapple with and express their spiritual journeys.
- Jewish teens feel connected to various communities.
- Jewish teens develop the desire and commitment to be part of the Jewish people now and in the future.
- Jewish teens develop a positive relationship to the land, people, and state of Israel.
- Jewish teens are inspired and empowered to make a positive difference in the various communities and world in which they live.
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