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Jocelyn McCauley, a high school student from one of our own Reform congregations, Temple Emanu-El of West Essex, N.J., is the winner of the Better Together program’s national essay writing contest this year. The program brings together teens and seniors for intergenerational learning, sharing and relationship building. While (at first reluctantly) attending her temple’s confirmation class, Jocelyn met with seniors at the congregation, like Tony, who shared with her how he became an outcast as a Jewish college student in London during the early 1940s. CLICK HERE:  Jocelyn tells Tony's story READ THE WINNING ESSAY BY JOCELYN MCCAULEY