Monetary Incentive

Price and Monetary Incentive System

How much does the program cost for Shluchim?


The program costs $360 for the 2 credits option (14 weeks) and $540 for the 3 credit option (21 weeks). The program is free of charge for CTeen members. To become a CTeen member visit cteen.com/register.




What is the incentive system for shluchim?


All unused scholarship money will go to the shliach.




What is an example of how much I can make?


  • Number of Teens: 8 | All 8 teens pay $999 | Shliach Earns: $5,120Number of Teens: 10 | 5 teens pay $999, 5 teens pay $499 | Shliach Earns: $3,900Number of Teens: 15 | 5 teens pay $999, 5 teens pay $899, 5 teens pay $499 | Shliach Earns: $6,600Number of Teens: 20 | All 20 teens pay $999 | Shliach Earns: $12,800




What is the lowest price you can offer teens?


$360 for 2 credits and $499 for 3 credits. On your shluchim portal you can create discount codes. Additionally, a few shluchim have obtained grants for this project.




What is the cost for students?


The early bird student’s cost is $999 for the 2 credit course, and $1399 for the 3 credit course. Both include a free student book. The early bird special runs until 2 Elul / August 10. Until 15 Elul / August 23, the price stays the same, but the free book is no longer included. Until 25 Elul / September 2, registration costs $1029 for the 2 credit course, and $1429 for the 3 credit course. Until registration closes 12 Cheshvan / October 19, the cost is $1069 for the 2 credit course, and $1469 for the 3 credit course. A donor has committed to sponsor up to $639 worth of scholarships per teen for the 14 week course and $900 for the 21 week course. As per CTeen’s contract with YU, please do not advertise less than the asking rate, though you may write that scholarships are available.