Chapter Advisors are volunteers committed to helping teen members, and their chapters, reach their full potential.
BBYO empowers advisors to work in partnership with professional staff to supervise and guide AZA and BBG chapters. Advisors serve as positive Jewish role models by sharing observations with the youth, exploring challenges and seeking solutions with (not for) the teens, and encouraging BBYO members to strive for excellence. Advisors are there to advise, while the teens are there to lead the chapters. Advisors support BBYO teens, which are ultimately responsible for chapter programming with their peers. Under the guidance of advisor leadership, BBYO teens have the opportunity to grow into dynamic, engaged young Jewish leaders.
Becoming a BBYO advisor is an exciting and rewarding volunteer opportunity that will give you the chance to be part of the world’s leading Jewish teen movement, and make a direct impact in shaping the future of the Jewish community! Did you know?
-BBYO advisors are part of a national network of more than 700 volunteers.
-BBYO advisors include alumni, parents and friends of BBYO who care about the future of the Jewish people.
-BBYO advisors can join the Friends & Alumni Network (FAN) and stay involved with BBYO FAN events in your community.
-BBYO advisors who fit the Birthright Israel criteria can sign up for the BBYO alumni/Birthright Israel trip that takes place each winter in Israel.
-BBYO advisors can apply to be staff for all the exciting BBYO summer experiences that take place domestically and around the world.
DC Council selects a Chapter Advisor to highlight in each of our monthly enewsletters.
August 2013: Jeff Lasser, advisor for Max Cowan AZA
September 2013: Robin Chantker, advisor for Achshav BBG
October 2013: Amanda Stahl, advisor for Nava BBG
November 2013: Susan Sloan, advisor for H'abirah BBG
December 2013: Mikey Hess-Webber, advisor for Oseh Shalom BBYO
January 2014: Elliot Golden, advisor for Simon Atlas AZA
February 2014: Lindsey Singer, advisor for Ahavah BBG
March 2014: Jack Levengard, advisor for Abe Pollin AZA
April 2014: Ali Gordon, advisor for Ko'ach BBG
September 2014: Jordan Pinsky, advisor for Melech AZA
October 2014: Dave Arnold, advisor for Brandeis AZA
BBYO provides meaningful experiences for more than just teens. By becoming a BBYO Advisor, you join a network of more than 700 volunteers across North America, gain opportunities for personal and professional growth, and have a chance to staff tons of exciting BBYO programs. You also become a role model, mentor, and friend for Jewish teens in your community.
With more than 1,200 teens in our program, BBYO DC Council is always looking for volunteers to help us build a vibrant Jewish future. For more information about becoming a BBYO advisor and other opportunities to volunteer with BBYO, click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org.