The BBYO and school year are ending and the South Jersey Region (SJR BBYO) has had a tremendous year. It has been a year of changes and growth for the members and families of SJR BBYO, and everyone is excited to be heading into SJR’s 55th year this fall.
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As a sixth-grader, Justin was on the bus to Parkway West Middle School when, out of nowhere, someone slapped him because he was Jewish.
On May 2, over 100 teens from the South Jersey Region of BBYO set off for the final convention of the year: Spring Thing.
Jocelyn Roth found her calling for global philanthropic work after participating in a leadership-training program through BBYO, a teen-led Jewish youth movement.
Deena Notowich, who was elected to her new position at BBYO's 2015 International Convention earlier this year, is preparing for her role as part of a ten-member teen board that will help chart the organization's vision for the coming year
BBYO Community Engagement Fellow Ryan Ladd witnessed the Student Government Legislative Assembly at The University of Texas at Austin reject a bill calling for the university to boycott, divest and sanction Israel, as a part of the global BDS movement.
Local NFTY and BBYO chapters are building on the spirit of cooperation displayed at the youth movements' overlapping international conventions in Adanta in mid-February.
This year, BBYO Keystone Mountain Region member Jeremy Witchel had the honor of attending March of the Living, a journey to Poland to see the concentration camps