22 2024

Embracing Emerging Adulthood: Reframing the Stress of Transitions

2:00PM - 3:30PM  

How can we help young people reframe 'transition stress?' From the college search to first jobs, transitions can feel full of pressure yet are deeply empowering and exciting. Join us for the May Resiliency Roundtable to learn proven practices to help young people increase confidence, embrace uncertainty and alleviate anxiety as they move through these milestones. With special attention to the current climate, we'll spotlight community resources that can help young people navigate and celebrate emerging adulthood.

The Resiliency Roundtable is a virtual, North American network dedicated to promoting youth wellbeing in the Jewish community. We bring together diverse stakeholders who care about young people (ages 12-26), including educators, engagement professionals, and clinicians, for learning and networking on important topics impacting youth wellbeing. Please be in touch with Kate Greene, Director of the Resiliency Roundtable, with any questions, suggestions, or requests for accommodations: To access resources from previous conversations, go to the BeWell website:

Amplify the first-ever national research on Jewish teen well-being by sharing the survey with teens in your life. Learn more and access our promotional resources here:

If you or someone you know is in a mental health crisis, call or text 988 to reach a trained counselor within the lifeline network. This communication is confidential and free.


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