Teen Innovation Awards Brought to you by the LA Jewish Teen Initiative

Celena Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Welcome Home

— an art exhibition to spread awareness about important social issues in our community.

Doris Sandberg, Sarah Wintner, Claire Combredet, Sawyer Kroll, Faiz Shamji, Landon Poon, Abbie Grossman, Lauren Deutsch, Jacob Adivi, and Jordan Seibel: PAIRS: Partnering Adolescents in Intergenerational Remembrance with Survivors

a Holocaust education project that matches teens with Holocaust survivors to continue the dissemination of survivor testimonies.

Netanya Wallin, EJ Wallin, Rose Lebow, Danielle Atlas, and Zoe Atlas: Teen Studio Project

— teens creating and recording original Jewish music

Jonina Safchik, Charlotte Weinman, and Chandler David: Worst First Kiss: Theatre for Youth by Youth

utilizing the world of theatre to spread awareness of important social issues while teaching acceptance to teens.

Hannah Lottenberg, Noa Zarur, Benjamin Wasserstrom, Laura Nickowitz, Julian Grunauer, and Reed Hasson (representing the Diller Teen Fellows): Teens Unite

empowering teen cancer survivors to tell their stories and create and sell bracelets to raise funds for Teen Cancer America and Tal Center for Integrative Oncology in Israel.

Rosie Wolkind and Maia Zelkha: Exposure: How the Other Half Sees

— provides cameras to people who come to homeless shelters seeking help and displays the photos in a gallery to educate the community about the reality of the lives of the homeless. All proceeds from any photo purchases will support the homeless population.

Liana Seidenfeld: Spread the Word

a project that empowers teens to teach younger students about the Holocaust.

Emily Kocis and Sarrah Hussain: Girl Love for Girl Bodies

a seminar for teenage girls that will help them appreciate being women and be proud of who they are.

Jacob Keer: Stomp Out Sex-Trafficking

— an effort to educate our community about sex-trafficking and raise money to help combat it.

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