South Jersey Region held our annual RLTI convention for around 100 teens Oct. 9-11.
Teens are eager for the keys to the car (literally and figuratively). They are not interested in being passive consumers.
Entwine’s unique combination of service, educational and leadership opportunities is becoming a model for re-charging the Jewish identities of hard-to-reach young adults.
A group of parents and teens in Glen Ridge is helping to start a local chapter of a Jewish youth group.
On Sunday, Sept. 20, members of South Jersey Region BBYO congregated at the local JCC in Cherry Hill for the first BBYO Night of the year.
This summer I attended BBYO's Summer Experiences: ILTC. This is a three-week camp in the mountains of Pennsylvania designed to develop leadership skills and help Jewish teens like myself find our Jewish identities.
This summer, 68 New England teens joined nearly 2,000 of their peers at BBYO Summer Experiences.
Glen Ridge High School freshmen Jessica Muney and Isabella Rossi, in consultation with Judi Youngman, senior executive regional director of the BBYO Greater Jersey Hudson River Region, will open a local coed chapter of the teen-led organization.
Although BBYO is worldwide, the most special memories and bonds are created right at home in South Jersey Region within our chapters.