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Mar 07 2016

UGA student becomes BBYO Fellow

Emily Trotz, a third year marketing and international business major from Memphis, Tenn., has been given one of nine BBYO Community Engagement Fellowships.

Mar 04 2016

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Denver leaders recognized at BBYO convention

Fifty-two teens from BBYO Rocky Mountain Region joined more than 4,000 teen leaders, educators, professionals and philanthropists from 48 states and 27 countries, Feb. 11-15, in Baltimore at the BBYO international convention of 2016.

Mar 03 2016

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Lonestar teens honored at BBYO International Convention

Sixty-six Lonestar teens joined more than 4,000 teen leaders, educators, professionals and philanthropists from 48 states and 27 countries at the BBYO International Convention in Baltimore from Feb. 11-15

Mar 03 2016

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Future Entrepreneurs

BBYOs Building Entrepreneurship program educates high school girls about how to start a business. The program not only brings inspiration, but also provides us with the confidence and beginning knowledge to build a bright future. 

Mar 03 2016

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'It Starts With Us!'

It starts with us!" These words of encouragement and of hope were repeated often to 2,400 young Jewish leaders from around the world during BBYO's International Convention (IC) in Baltimore Feb. 11-15.

Mar 03 2016

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Greenhill junior elected to international BBYO board

Jed Golman was elected Grand Aleph Shaliach, international vice president of Jewish heritage, of the 92nd Grand Board of the Aleph Zadik Aleph when BBYO convened its international convention in Baltimore on Feb. 11-15.

Mar 02 2016

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All-Inclusive

Ethan Lis, of Bloomfield Hills attended BBYO's International Leadership Training Conference, where he led a program and discussion on inclusivity for those in the LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) community.

Mar 02 2016

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BBYO International Convention: The Teen Perspective

Ninety-nine members of BBYO Connecticut Valley Region attended the organization’s International Convention in Baltimore last month. Two of them – Ryan Murace of Stamford and Yasmin Goodman of Longmeadow, Mass. — shared their experiences with the Ledger

Mar 02 2016

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BBYO’s Jeannie Spiegel is New Program Chief

The 11th grader at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School may be well on her way, following her election as BBYO’s international vice president of programming, during its convention in Baltimore last month.