Registration for the annual Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim by the Shluchim Office has officially opened.
Each year, running parallel to the Kinus, a thousand Young Shluchim gather for a Kinus of their own, enjoying trips, shows, Farbrengens, delicious food, prizes, fun activities, a visit to the Ohel, a grand banquet, and a chance to spend invaluable time with fellow Young Shluchim from around the world.
As the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim continues to grow each year Ka”h, increasing resources are being invested in the organization and safety of the program. The program is divided into several divisions, allowing each to best cater to its age group and language.
Division 1 – 3rd Grade
Division 2 – 4th and 5th Grades
Division 3 – 6th and 7th Grades
Bar Mitzva Program – 8th Grade
Thanks to several generous donors, significant upgrades are being made in the safety and security throughout the 3 day event.
All divisions will be hosted in Crown Heights.
The program begins on Friday morning, the 28th of Cheshvan / November 17th, and concludes Sunday evening the 1st of Kislev / November 19th.
There is an optional daytime program for Thursday as well for those who come from out of town.
To ensure that your son(s) can join the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim, don’t forget to register! You can do so by clicking here.
The Shluchim Office noted that they will be closing registration on Thursday, 13 Cheshvan / November 2nd 11:59 pm, in order to better allow the head staff to plan logistics and arrival.
If you have already registered and would like a packing list or other information, visit www.youngshluchim.org
NEW FOR 8TH GRADE!
As the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim works to constantly improve the program for all ages, they have announced a brand-new Bar Mitzva Program for the Young Shluchim in 8th grade. As a separate division, they will enjoy a program tailor made for their age, with exciting enhancements and age appropriate Chassidishkeit and fun.
Please note: For the success of this program, the program for 8th grade will not include sleeping accommodations. They will enjoy full days of the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim, while returning to their own respective Crown Heights accommodations to sleep.
Safety remains top priority across the board, and the same applies to this division. Those who have registered will receive updates soon with details of their schedule, as well as a comprehensive plan to ensure they are able to return home safely at the end of each day.
Space in this enhanced program is limited.
For Bochurim who would like the incredible opportunity to be a staff member in the Kinus, they can apply here. As many applications have already been received, those who would like to participate should apply as soon as possible.
“Preparations are already well underway, and we are very pleased with how the program is taking shape,” noted Rabbi Berel Bendet, who directs the program. “In addition to all the traditional highlights of the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim, we are planning several exciting additions for this year. We are looking forward to greeting the Young Shluchim from all over the world for what will Bez”h be an incredible program.”
Parents should also stay tuned for a Hachona program and other updates to be released as the Kinus gets closer.
For any questions relating the Kinus, please email [email protected]