BBYO Mid-America Region: Kansas City Council's Allison Ullman shares how BBYO contributed to the leader she is today.
BBYO teens across 32 North American communities collected over 17,000 pounds of food for donations at pre-screenings of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire."
Michaela Brown, the international president of BBYO, visited the Chicagoland community from November 4-7, 2013.
AZA and BBG recently hosted “Global Shabbat,” a BBYO international initiative where Jewish teens around the world gathered in their local communities to celebrate Shabbat at the same time worldwide.
Five Canadian teens spent three days learning about hunger at Hunger is Not a Game: A Teen Issue Summit on Hunger Awareness and Advocacy in southeastern Michigan.
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Thousands of Jewish teens from across the globe will gather together in Atlanta, GA from Feb. 12-16 for BBYO’s International Convention (IC).
Brian Innenberg, a Cleveland native who grew up in South Euclid, has returned to serve as regional director of BBYO’s Ohio Northern Region.
The local BBYO chapters of Abba Godol AZA and Kadimah BBG are participating in “Can-Tribute,” a food drive partnership between BBYO and DoSome thing.org.
BBYO and DoSomething.org announce the launch of “Can-Tribute,” a campaign that will rally Jewish youth across the country to fight poverty in their local community through a food collection drive.
On Sept.19, Waldflowers BBG (B'nai B'rith Girls) hosted the first Shabbat dinner of the fall term.
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