BBYO Signs the NEA's Bully Free: It Starts with Me Pledge
One caring adult can keep a bullied student from dropping out of school. One caring adult may save a bullied student’s life. NEA's Bully Free: It Starts With Me campaign, is asking you to be that caring adult. Please join BBYO's staff and community of caring adults by taking this pledge.
By taking this pledge, you agree to listen to bullied students who approach you and take action to stop the bullying. In return, NEA will provide you with free resources to help you support these students.
Max Alter, from Beachwood High School, and Marni Cantor, from Solon High School, were elected presidents at the Ohio Northern Region BBYO regional conference May 18-22 at Bertram Inn and Conference Center in Aurora.
May was a big month for South Jersey Region BBYO, as the programming year started to wind down. The region held its annual “State of the Region” at the JCC on Sunday, May 7. The 56th Regional Board delivered speeches summarizing the year, highlighting the successes and shortcomings of each position. Many awards were given out throughout the course of the night, and many Alephs and BBGs took one home.
The Phoenix Business Journal recently recognized 31 women on April 3 at its 17th annual Outstanding Women in Business awards ceremony, an event that drew a record number of more than 550 people. The impact the honorees have across an array of economic sectors in their community is impressive – and so are the achievements of Ilana Lowery, part of the successful team behind the event.
BBYO International Convention 2017 and Eastern Region’s Spring Convention served as dynamic meeting places and real-world classrooms to provide teen leaders opportunities for shared leadership resources and new skills to help change the world.