More than 3,000 teenagers from multiple Jewish youth groups gathered in Atlanta over President’s weekend for a series of events aimed at strengthening Jewish identity among teens and rallying philanthropic support for such programs.
While speaking via video at the Jewish teen leadership event, the 'Lean In' author and COO of Facebook said her experiences with the organization brought her closer to Judaism
At AZA BBG IC 2014, nearly 2,000 Jewish teens participated in an afternoon service project learning hands-on CPR training, taking the Jewish values of tikkun olam and mitzvot to heart.
A delegation from NFTY, the Reform Jewish youth movement, joined BBYO at AZA BBG IC 2014. One teen describes the experience.
Social media giant’s COO tells youth group’s conference that her involvement in the movement helped her stay close to being a Jewish woman
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Mason Quintero of BBYO New England Region was elected Grand Aleph Godol at BBYO's International Convention
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BBYO CEO, Matt Grossman, shares his thoughts on the passing of Ruthie Cantor
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