More than 350 Jewish teens gathered in December over winter break to experience exciting competitions, meaningful moments and endless fun at BBYO's most highly anticipated annual event, Regional Convention.
With the New Year comes a new term for South Jersey Region BBYO. Our fall term flew by and here we are excited and ready for a fantastic spring. In our spring term, we look forward to eighth graders being eligible to join, new chapter leaders serving, and a fresh term to continue the groundwork set in the past few months. Spring is a busy time for SJR and all other regions in the order.
Sam Laufer knew from a young age that he would eventually join BBYO. It was practically a given. His father, Jeff, was a member as were his cousin, uncle and grandfather. The old Harry Laufer AZA chapter in New Orleans was named after his great-great uncle.
From February 11-15, teens, philanthropists, Jewish professionals and communal leaders will participate in two signature teen events – a Summit on Jewish Teens and BBYO’s International Convention 2016. The two events, centered around teen engagement, are expected to bring together approximately 3,000 teens, funders, practitioners and leaders from across the country.