What Happens After the B'nai Mitzvah?
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Post B'nai Mitzvah
The Adath Shabbat Morning Program is an important aspect of your child's continued Jewish education.
In the 8th grade, your child will perfect synagogue and leadership skills.
Starting in 9th grade they join the staff of SMP. They will provide a great service to those children whom they tutor. In recognition of their services, the synagogue grants scholarship to encourage summer programs at Herzl Camp, Camp Ramah, Camp Chi, and in Israel. The programs sponsored by Camp Ramah are an outstanding means of enriching your children’s Jewish commitments.
As part of a Jewish education, your child should learn about our homeland - The State of Israel. A trip to Israel between 10th and 12th grade has been shown to have a major impact on a teen’s identity.
All of our Bar/Bat Mitzvah students are -presented with a certificate of eligibility for a Louis Herman Israel Experience Scholarship on their day of Bar/Bat Mitzvah. You can call the coordinator of the fund for more information at 952.593.2600. For more information, please contact them at 952.381.3300. In November, post B’nai Mitzvah students receive a letter from the synagogue inviting them to apply to the Adath Scholarship Committee for significant scholarships based on service at the synagogue and on need.