Teen members of BBYO’s Connecticut chapters were busy helping their communities throughout November and December.
BBYO teen Sofie Jacobs reflects on the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
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.
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I stood under the Perlman tree – the huge tree at B’nai B’rith Perlman Camp, infamous to AZA and BBG members – surrounded by the Torah, the book of our people that inspires and guides us.
BBYO, formerly B’nai B’rith Youth Organization, has announced that Walter Solomon of Lexington, Kentucky, has been elected Chair of BBYO’s International Board of Directors.
BBYO offers a myriad of summer programs designed to shape Jewish teens into better, more fulfilled leaders who will positively impact their Jewish communities at home and beyond.
Shabak AZA of BBYO's Great Midwest Region in Northbrook recently donated $800 as part of BBYO's service, advocacy and philanthropy campaign.
Wendy Armon attends B’nai B’rith Perlman Camp to conduct a Sensitivity Training on being respectful of kids from interfaith homes with Rabbi Robyn Frisch for the B’nai Brith Youth Organization (BBYO) Kallah program.
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