Many Jewish teens around the community joined together in May at Camp Saginaw to celebrate the end of the programming year for South Jersey Region BBYO.
We probably didn’t need the recent Pew study on Jewish practice and behaviors to know that many Jewish youngsters end their Jewish education with a bar/bat mitzvah.
Rachel Krueger, Assistant Director of Community Engagement at BBYO, contributes to the conversation about the growing teen philanthropy movement.
Rabbi David M. Kessel, Chief Program Officer at BBYO, and Estee Portnoy, Chair of the BBYO Board of Directors, highlight why they think BBYO attracts young Jews.
On April 29, aboard a bus leaving the Nazi death camp at Majdanek, Marlboro teen Emily Dubin composed a poem intended to honor victims of the Holocaust and to freeze her feelings at that moment so they will never be forgotten.
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Recently, more than 11,000 Jewish teens from around the world came together in order to serve their communities and make a difference.
Organized by The Jewish Federation in the Heart of Central Jersey, more than 150 youth participated in J-Serve, an international day of community service
On Feb. 12, in Atlanta, Ga., Jewish teens from all over the world gathered for BBYO’S AZA and BBG International Convention (IC).
BBYO teens on the J-Serve Pittsburgh Steering Committee talk to CBS about the project.
Fewer and fewer campus rapes are being swept under the rug – or beneath the quad – thanks to brave young women and prevention programs that work.
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