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“What They Don’t Teach Your Teen” is a workshop with four independent sessions (attend however many you want) designed to instruct teenagers (and their parents and loved ones) from the Los Angeles Jewish teen community about life safety skills. The goal is to keep teens out of harm’s way and avoid inadvertently causing harm to others—emotionally, physically, and ultimately, perhaps, legally. The workshop is appropriate for Grades 8-12.

Each session lasts 90 minutes (including time for a question-and-answer segment) and is interactive. During the presentations, attendees participate in real-time on the potentially life- and liberty-saving issues and circumstances being covered. The workshop is for parents or teens by themselves, but ideal for parents and their teens to attend together. Los Angeles City Attorney, and What They Don’t Teach series facilitator, Jonathan Cristall provides a prosecutor’s perspective on teaching teens about their rights, privacy, and safety.

Cost: $18 per session helps support our teen programs.

For more information contact Rabbi Rochelle Tulik rtulik@wbtla.org.


For more information regarding dates, program cost and details, email Rabbi Rochelle Tulik at rtulik@wbtla.org.