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Err on the Side of Adulthood: Encouraging Teens to Explore Conflict

Err on the Side of Adulthood: Encouraging Teens to Explore Conflict

During my time in the Baltics, I worked with an incredible group of smart and talented Jewish teens. Fresh out of college, my brain was teeming with questions about Jewish identity that I had explored myself that I very much wanted to ask them.

Students make it happen at BBYO

Students make it happen at BBYO

Seth Friedman, 16, is at a computer screen in a BBYO-Wisconsin Region office, typing into the agenda for the night’s meeting. “We try and make it a little fun,” said the Nicolet High School student, working on an agenda that includes, in large letters, “BEN’S FACT.”

You should know… Joey Eisman

You should know… Joey Eisman

Joey Eisman, 28, works at BBYO, where he manages the organization’s global network. He participated in the 2016 ConnectGens Fellowship from The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington for his project Evan Initiatives, which connects individuals to Jewish history.

Channeling Experience and Energy into Action: Jewish Teens Reflect on This Week’s Events

Channeling Experience and Energy into Action: Jewish Teens Reflect on This Week’s Events

Four teens were selected to win an all-expense paid trip to Washington, DC to attend the 58th Presidential Inauguration, celebrate Shabbat with national Jewish leaders at the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Foundation Weekend of Hope, Healing and Service dinner, and attend the Women’s March on Washington.

The Day(s) After: Civil Discourse and Why Genuine Leadership Matters Above All Else

The Day(s) After: Civil Discourse and Why Genuine Leadership Matters Above All Else

As we wade into uncharted waters as a country, I want to try and step back just a bit to explore what I believe is an especially essential quality for organizations and organizational leaders within our field to exhibit at this moment: genuine leadership.

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