BBYO teens around the world had been waiting with great anticipation for the morning of Sept. 30, when online registration opened for the organization’s largest convention of the year — the International Convention.
Following is the speech delivered at the Omaha Jewish Reunion by the BBYO Grand Aleph Godol, Sam Perlen of Nashville TN, one of Omaha's weekend guests. He was in town from Wednesday evening through Sunday. He had several work sessions with Mother Chapter #1.
Youth movement BBYO, campus group Hillel International and Moishe House, the global network of residences that build community for Jews in their 20s, announced last week that they have created the “Talent Alliance,” a shared mechanism for developing and promoting their 780 full-time employees.