In another edition of the oral history project, current participant Rachel Siskin-Levine talks with JYCA alumna Miriam Priven about their favorite moments and memories from JYCA.
This past summer, current JYCA youth began a project of collecting stories from JYCA alumni about their experiences in JYCA. This conversation is between Sari Bilick, a JYCA alumna and current JYCA board member, and Maya Siskin-Levine, a current JYCA participant. They talked about how JYCA builds youth leaders.
If you are a JYCA alumnus or connected with JYCA in another way in the past twenty years (!) of JYCA’s history and would like to tell your story, contact Ben at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can set up an interview!
JYCA (Jewish Youth for Community Action) is an innovative leadership training program dedicated to empowering Jewish youth and contributing to social justice.