Teen conferences offer chance for youth, adult thought leaders to collaborate on engagement for a Jewish future
BBYO, the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement, is expecting more than 2,200 teens from Feb. 12 to 16 at its International Convention, a 24 percent increase from last year’s convention.
This week, more than 3,000 Jewish teens from around the country and across the globe will join together in Atlanta for three days of service, learning and celebration as part of BBYO and NFTY’s International Conventions.
For the first time, a local teenager celebrated a bar mitzvah during the Ohio Northern Region BBYO’s regional kallah Jan. 30 to Feb. 1 at Hiram House Camp in Moreland Hills.
I recently moved away from Milwaukee leaving my position as marketing and communications director at the Milwaukee Jewish Day School.
Spring Kickoff is our largest “rush event” of the year. We have created Spring Kickoff to be the perfect introduction to BBYO for any new teen, not just eighth graders, specifically because of its relaxed tone and the fun venue.
To me, BBYO means "More Jewish Teens, More Meaningful Jewish Experiences" says Adam Guadalupe, Vice President of Membership for Weprin Kadima Chapter.
BBYO, the world’s leading pluralistic Jewish youth movement and DoSomething.org, the largest not-for-profit for young people and social change, teamed up to launch “Can-Tribute,” a campaign that rallied young people across North America to fight hunger in their local community...
On Friday night, Dec. 12, over 130 members of South Jersey Region journeyed to the Jewish Federation Annex building in Cherry Hill for the region’s first-ever Winter Retreat, themed “We are Mispacha” (family).