Austinite Ryan Ladd won election as Vice President of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization (BBYO/AZA) International Executive Board at the organization's international convention held over Presidents' Day Weekend in Atlanta, Georgia.
In May 2010, I was just trying to make it through my last couple weeks of junior high school. I had recently joined a small youth group, BBYO, which stands for B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. It's a youth group for Jewish teens in grades eight through 12. Not only have I made a bunch of new friends, but I also believe this program has made me a better Jew.
The Last Word with Michaela Brown- newly elected international mazkirah for B'nai B'rith Youth Organization Michaela Brown, 16, from Sterling, fell in love with B'nai B'rith Youth Organization almost instantly after attending her first event in the eighth grade....
Sarah Minion has a big year ahead of her. The 18-year-old Cherry Hill East senior was just elected International N’siah for B’nai B’rith Girls (BBG). Chosen by her peers at the recent BBYO International Convention in Atlanta, Minion will take over the worldwide leadership of the girls’ portion of BBYO in August.
On Dec. 5, BBYO honored Rachel Kronowitz and Mark Plotkin with the Philip Berg Distinguished Alumni Award at the ninth annual Celebration of BBYO for their involvement in both the international Jewish youth organization and the D.C. community.
Brittany Bruck recently returned from coordinating BBYO’s Fall Teen Issue Summit, Hunger Is Not A Game: A Teen Issue Summit on Hunger Awareness and Advocacy, where nearly 80 teens met in Detroit, Michigan to learn, volunteer and advocate to fight hunger.