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At the core of Sing Unto God's mission is supporting teen songleaders who want to be a part of building something bigger and better. The SUG Teen Songleader Fellowships invite young Jewish songleaders to develop their skills, deepen their knowledge of repertoire and communal singing technique, and build meaningful leadership and relationship opportunities in their congregations, camps, and communities.

SUG songleaders learn so much more than how to be great performers. They learn how to collaboratively build and support strong, sustainable communities filled with song.

To be notified when details about the Winter '25 cohort are released, please sign up below.

The fellowship taught me so many new skills for songleading that have been extremely helpful in my songleading journey and now it is something that I do regularly with my synagogue.The retreat especially was such a beneficial experience for me. In addition to being fun, I learned so much from being around talented teens that all shared the same love for music and songleading.

- Aviva, '22 - '23

The SUG Teen Songleader Fellowships give teens the training, experience, and confidence needed to:
 

  • Find their own voice as a Jewish leader

  • Develop comfort in front of a room

  • Teach both new and familiar songs

  • Sing with and lead diverse age groups

  • Partner with congregational professionals

  • Develop the requisite skills of analysis, process, feedback-gathering and self-reflection
     

The North American Fellowship is generously underwritten by the Suzanne D. and Stanley A. Racoosin Fund for Jewish Music.

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