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RAJMN is entering its fifth year with the Teen Fellowship Program. The RAJMN Teen Fellowship Program is a school-year long program for High School students which starts in September and runs for 10 months. Participants will explore and expand their understanding of who they are, who they want to be, and how they want to make a mark on the world. Monthly guest speakers will cover various Jewish topics (Israel, Holocaust, Antisemitism, Jewish History, art, music, etc). Participants will be challenged to define their strengths, challenges, and personal leadership goals. RAJMN will provide the tools, feedback, and mentoring they need to experiment, collaborate, and learn from their experiences. Teens will have leadership opportunities in fundraising, event planning, marketing, recruitment, and volunteering in the RAJMN community. Fellowship participants also have the option of attending Jewish conferences in the US and worldwide which RAJMN will provide stipends for.



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"RAJMN is a one-of-a-kind program and I am absolutely thrilled to be coming back as a TA for the new group of participants. What makes RAJMN so special for me is being the second generation of RSJ's and continuing to learn and appreciate my culture is very important to me."

Lawrence attends the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities where he will be a sophomore this upcoming fall. Lawrence is a pursuing a Finance Major. Lawrence loves travelling, meeting new people, and music. This is Lawrence's second year as a TA and fifth year with the Teen Fellowship.


"I am excited to be a TA at RAJMN because I believe in the importance of fostering a cohesive community that connects us to, and educates us, about our heritage."

Sarah will be attending the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Carlson School of Management this fall as a freshman. Some of her hobbies include playing volleyball, reading, and spending time outdoors.


"I am invested in RAJMN because I want everyone in the Russian-Jewish community to become more connected with each other."

Reuben Vizelman attends the University of Minnesota Twin Cities and is currently a sophomore in the Carlson School of Management. He is undecided. He enjoys spending time with friends and cooking new foods. Reuben has been in RAJMN for five years and was part of the inaugural group.

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"In high school I was part of RAJMN’s Teen Fellowship Program for 3 years which is why I decided to give back to the program that gave me so much!"

Meggie will be attending the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities this fall as a freshman. Meggie will be pursuing a major in political science.


"I personally love RAJMN for the deeper connection we develop with our community as well as each other. I can’t wait to meet you guys this year!"

Anthony attends Saint Thomas University with a major in Finance where he will be a sophomore this year. Many people know him as Shishkin, and trust me you will too! After meeting Shishkin, you’ll soon realize that he loves anything that involves music! 


"Besides being a TA, I also oversee the fellowship's video production initiative whose goal is to expand and expedite the Russian-Jewish community's cohesiveness."

Anton is in his 4th year with the Fellowship Program. He currently attends the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities where he will be a sophomore. Anton is majoring in Computer Science. In his spare time, Anton enjoy's spending time with friends and making short films.