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RAC L'Taken Seminars

L'Taken Social Justice Seminars

Every year, nearly 2,000 high school-aged students participate in the Religious Action Center's L'Taken Seminar in Washington, D.C.

L'Taken Social Justice Seminars

l'taken program year info '15-'16 updated

2015-2016 Program Season

Dates for the 2015-2016 program year are listed below. Registration is Now Open!

December 4-7, 2015 

January 8-11, 2016 * (Registration Full)

January 22-25, 2016  (Registration Full)

January 29-February 1, 2016 * (Registration Full)

February 19-22, 2016*

March 4-7, 2016

Capital L'Taken: December 13-14, 2015

A waitlist is now open for weekends with full registration.  Please contact Ariella Yedwab for more information.

Consider expanding your delegation!

We are encouraging congregations to reach out to unaffiliated or formerly affiliated students and families. L’Taken has been a meaningful re-entry point for students who were involved through B’nai Mitvah age.

We know that those who recruit for the L’Taken seminars within this wider audience have been effective at engaging teens and their families in Jewish life

* Have students who would love to do L’Taken again? This year we will be offering programming for returning L’Taken attendees to join your group for a second year over the January 8-11, 2016 and January 29-February 1, 2016 weekends.  

Capital L'Taken

December 13-14, 2015

Capital L'Taken offers a shortened, more flexible program schedule geared towards congregations attending for the first time, congregations looking for a shorter experience, or congregations from the Washington, D.C. Metro area. Registration for Capital L'Taken opens April 1, 2015! 

These tools and resources include ways to prepare for visiting the nation's capital and attending L'Taken seminars, as well as "debrief" materials to keep the lessons of L'Taken going after students return home.

Watch & Learn: What Is L'Taken?

The Religious Action Center's L'Taken Social Justice Seminars have been made possible through the generosity of:

  • Bernard and Audre Rapoport
  • The Jacob and Hilda Blaustein Foundation
  • The Gus and Barbara Kuhn Fund
  • The Robert Sillins Family Foundation
  • Richard and Lois England
  • The Nathan Cummings Foundation
  • The Righteous Persons Foundation
     

For more information, contact Conference Planners Ariella Yedwab or Daniel Landesberg at (202) 387-2800.