Wisconsin Regional Conventions
Winter Regional Convention
WRC is held in late December at a hotel. The entire region is invited to this convention. The convention is planned by 4 coordinators (2 AZA and 2 BBG) chosen by the Regional Boards. WRC includes Shabbat services on Friday night, Saturday morning, and Havdallah. WRC is unique because it contains chapter elections, and the mid-states given by the current Regional N'siah and Godol.
Check out the results from WRC 2013 - Spirit Convention.
Young Leadership Conference
YLC is held in late April, usually at OSRUI (Olin Sang Ruby Union Institute) in Oconomowoc. 8th and 9th graders are invited to participate in this convention. YLC is planned by the entire Regional Board. The purpose of YLC is to educate the region's youngest members about the history, traditions, and workings of AZA, BBG, and BBYO. YLC also includes a nice Shabbat experience for the participants. This convention helps the 8th and 9th graders familiarize themselves with our organization, as well as start their track to being a leader. There is also a special induction ceremony that helps to wrap up the convention and send the members on their journey with BBYO.
For information about this year's YLC click here!
Spring Regional Convention
SRC is held in late May at Beber Camp in Mukwonago. The entire region is invited to this convention. The convention is planned by 4 coordinators (2 AZA and 2 BBG) chosen by the Regional Boards. SRC includes Shabbat services on Friday night, Saturday morning, and Havdallah. This convention also holds the Senior Lives ceremony, where the 12th graders speak about their time in BBYO, and help leave their legacy to the younger members. SRC is unique because it contains Regional Board elections, the State of the Region address given by the outgoing Regional N'siah and Godol, as well as the installations of the new Regional Board. SRC is the highlight of many BBYO members year after year. It helps close off an awesome year of BBYO fun.
For information about this year's SRC click here!