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December 27, 1985 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 27, 1985

WE WISH TO THANK

Jewish Youth
Are Evaluated

New York (JTA) — A confer-
ence of participants in teen prog-
rams and in Jewish Ys and com-
munity centers was told that a
certain amount of alienation and
rebellion is to be expected from
children and teenagers, described
as members of the "quick-fix gen-
eration."
The conference on "Today's
Youth, Tomorrow's Adults" was
sponsored by the Jewish Informa-
tion and Referral Service of the
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies.
The participants also got the
message that professionals within
the federation are using patience,
as well as new approaches, to
break through it.
Dr. Alan Siskind, deputy direc-
tor of the Jewish Board of Family
and Children's Services (JBFCS),
explaining the "quick-fix genera-
tion" definition, said that children
expect, as a right, to be happy. He
added they feel "a sense of enti-
tlement" and are confused and re-
sentful when it does not happen.
Rabbi Lavey Derby, associate
director of the Jewish Education
Department at the 92nd Street Y,
said "the most significant tool we
have is the creation of the Jewish
youth programs within the com-
munity, a place where teens can
find something they do not find at
home or at school."
Jacqueline Goldstein, federa-
tion teen service coordinator, said
that federation allocations for
teen programs rose from $128,000
in 1980 to $276,000 in the past
year. A number of programs now
incorporate such features as pub-
lic service projects and determi-
nation of activities by the teena-
gers. The federation set up seed
grants for Ys and centers to de-
velop more programs with Jewish
content.

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