Community Programs

Teva has led programming in communities across the country including Boulder, Philadelphia, and San Francisco.

The Tospy Turvy Bus is showing communities that we have the power to change the course of history and flip the environmental damage we see around us on its head. Through hands-on programming with activities both on and off the bus, over 12,000 participants of all ages have experienced this unique Jewish environmental education learning space.

Next Tour: June – August 2015

Read more about the veggie-powered bus, or contact us to talk about how it can change and empower your community!


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Celebrate Tu B’Shvat with Teva! Honor the Jewish New Year of the Trees this February.

Are you a congregation, day school, or JCC in the tri-state area? Bring Teva to your community for an innovative, hands-on, Educator-in-Residence program. We offer program options for age groups from pre-K through high school. We also offer programs for educators and families.

Learn more about the programs we offer, or contact us to find out how Teva can help make a memorable Tu B’Svhat experience for your youth!

Jewish Linking Innovation, Networks, and Community (J-LINC)

J-LINC is an initiative of the Jewish Education Project to create inter-generational and developmentally appropriate Jewish education programming for families with children ages five years and younger. J-LINC is an initiative of the Jewish Education Project with generous funding from The Covenant Foundation.

Teva was invited to be an Education Resource Provider (ERP) along with Storahtelling, Avoda Arts, and Areyvut for this new initiative.

J-LINC provides an opportunity for the ERPs, institutions and families to benefit from a new, innovative, and collaborative model of inter-generational engagement.

Teva is working with the Mid-Island Y JCC in Plainview, LI in their Early Childhood Center’s phenomenal Nature Explore Classroom.

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Second grade girls make paper at HKC


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