BBYO Mountain Region and NFTY-Southwest come together as one Jewish Community.
BBYO encourages alumni to support Jewish community on campus.
As a high school student in North Carolina, Morgan Wittenberg took her first steps to becoming a leader in BBYO, the world’s largest Jewish youth movement.
Teens in Chicago light the menorah with Jews in the Ukraine, thanks to Skype and the world community of BBYO.
Lauren Simon of Monroe, a student at the University of Connecticut, has been named one of nine recipients of the BBYO Community Engagement Fellowship.
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In Kansas City from April 3-6, Omaha teens joined over 225 staff and BBYO’ers for a fun-filled 3-day meaningful Jewish experience.
On Saturday, March 29, BBYO South Jersey Region held their Sisterhood convention, themed "To the Love That Unites Us: Lechai Ha’ahavah Ha’machdot," at the JCC Camps at Medford.
Jewish teens in St. Louis are rising as leaders, including our own Gabby Mesnier - International Aym HaChaverot-elect.
Young philanthropists came to the Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County in South River to participate in the local effort of J-Serve: A National Day of Jewish Youth Service — helping the homeless, sick children, and American soldiers.
Sam Perlen of BBYO Cotton States Region was elected 90th Grand Aleph Godol in February. He now has a "new normal."
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