Ten Jewish teens from South Florida traveled to Staten Island recently to help residents affected by Hurricane Sandy.
A funny yet touching view about "Lives" and BBYO t-shirts from the Washington Jewish Week.
During the Spring 2013 term, Jack Lubel AZA was busy!
Some say they are “just teenagers,” but nearly 100 of them traveled from around the world to help rebuild communities affected by Hurricane Sandy.
At BBYO Stand UP and Rebuild: A Teen Issue Summit on the Power of Service, teens worked on Hurricane Sandy Relief.
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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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