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A Leap of Faith

By Susan Flynn, Associate Editor, Boston Parents Paper , March 5, 2012
Category: News

How Parents Can Guide Their Children to the “Island of Curiosity”

By Cindy Kaplan, Certified Parent Coach, Psychotherapist, mother of three children, and Member of Gateways’ Board of Trustees. , May 23, 2017

The Meaning of Difference

By David Farbman, Director, Gateways Center for Professional Learning , December 7, 2017

The Education of Gateways' Arlene Remz

By Judy Bolton Fasman, Originally published on , February 23, 2018


and values into all aspects of the program.Learn more »Teen Volunteer Programs »Gateways provides a number of meaningful volunteer opportunities to teens through placement in our Sunday Program, Mitzvah Mensches youth group, and Teen Madrichim Training Programs in congregational schools throughout

Video Gallery

zvah Program (2012) Ethan's Gateways Bar Mitzvah Story (2010) Mitzvah Mensches Inclusive Teen Youth Group Mitzvah Mensches: The Bully Report (2014) Teens Speak: Mitzvah Mensches - Imagine! (2014) Teen Volunteer Program Teen Volunteer Appreciation video (2014) Teens Talk about the Impact of Volunt

About us

gs and on Sundays. The Gateways Peer Development Initiative is targeted towards building a more inclusive Jewish community by educating all youth and teens about disabilities and differences. Ambassadors for Inclusion is a groundbreaking day and congregational school disability awareness initiative,

Sunday Programs

ructions.Sunday Program Volunteer ApplicationsGateways' highly-selective Teen Volunteer Program accepts applications from April/May through mid-June. Teens who wish to apply for Sunday Program volunteer positions may do so online on our Teen Volunteer Programs page.Class CalendarClick here for the 2

TORCH (Tikkun Olam at Rosh Chodesh)

Go! function submitccoptin() { document.ccoptin.submit(); } TORCH (Tikkun Olam at Rosh Chodesh) TORCH is a new social skills group for teens ages 13-16 that meets once a month on Wednesdays 6:30-8:00 PM While exploring opportunities for social action, teens will work on conversational

Teen Volunteer Programs

Programs Jewish Day School Programs Jewish Education Programs Jewish Programs in the Community Center for Professional Learning Teen Volunteer Programs Ambassadors for Inclusion Gateways In the NewsGateways BlogKeep in TouchEnter your email address to receive our newsletter The Open Gate:

Sweet Sounds 2011

Mensches. Mitzvah Mensches is a social action youth group. A mensch is somebody who helps others. At Mitzvah Mensches, we hang out with other Jewish teens and learn about how we can help others. Noah M:For the past few weeks at Mitzvah Mensches, we have been learning about CJP.  We learned tha

Staff Profiles

different settings. She has taught Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) classes at the college level, provides professional development to both adults and teens, and has had an article published in the Journal of Positive Behavior Intervention focusing on the strategies implemented for a young man with A

The Open Gate Archive

o subscribe!April 2016 - It's Time for Passover!   February 2016 - Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month June 2015 - Honoring Our Teens March 2015 - Passover February 2015 - Jewish Disability Awareness Month December 2014 - Hanukkah June 2014 - Honoring Our Teens February 2014 -

Community Events and Resources

udy Walker sees the ad from the local cable station, she truly believes they do. The station is looking to air demo tapes of shows created by and for teens. This could be Tru’s big Break!But lately Tru is distracted by Wish #2. She spends hours researching cures for Eddie online and filming hi

Careers at Gateways

CJP’s Miriam Fund, is to proactively address the skyrocketing incidence of mental health and social-emotional challenges among Jewish girls and teens across our community. Gateways’ initiative aims to shine a light on these challenges, so that we can join as a community to be a source of

Jewish Disability Awareness & Inclusion Month

ram Impacts Our Community eJewish Philanthropy Inclusion in Jewish education is about choice Laughter With Lots Of Marshmallows Fresh Ink For Teens Why RTI and What Is It, Anyway? Gateways' BlogEvents | Back to TopAdditional ResourcesThe Boston Special Needs Professionals Committee incl

Gateways in the News

an and Cherner, Stacie. "B’Yadenu: It's In Our Hands To Create Inclusive Day Schools." The Jewish Week. 8 Aug. 2016. Web.April 2016"Newton Teens give back to Hope and Comfort." (Newton Tab). 4 Apr. 2016. Web.March 2016"Introducing the Slingshot Class of 2016." eJewish Phil

Peer Development Initiative: Ambassadors for Inclusion

a disability," and "technology and disability."Learn more »High School »AFI programs for students in grades 9 – 12 are developed in concert with teens and teachers, and the curriculum focuses on higher-level understanding of difference, disability and society. Topics may include disability and

Program for Students in Grades 9 to 12

Program for Students in Grades 9 to 12 Ambassadors for Education (AFI) programs for students in grades 9 – 12 are developed in concert with teens and teachers, and the curriculum focuses on higher-level understanding of difference, disability and society. Topics may include disability and