Liron Lipinsky, who spent the last six years at the helm of J-JEP, a supplemental religious school and collaborative effort between Congregation Beth Shalom and Rodef Shalom Congregation, has been tapped by BBYO to implement a national educational initiative.
On the heels of an exceptional year of “firsts,” BBYO is proudly celebrating its growth in membership and successful teen programming in Canada during the 2017-2018 school year.
Our world is in the hands of powerful teens everywhere. In light of recent events, active citizens know it, political leaders know it, students at University of Wisconsin – Madison know it, and now, more than ever, so do the teens in BBYO-Wisconsin Region
Judaism is a word rooted in its profound history, and kept alive by its thriving posterity.
As the school year comes to a close and awards ceremonies and proms are happening at school, BBYO begins to look to next year.
This month, my mother and father, Shelly and Mark Rubenfire, will be honored by BBYO’s Michigan Region. BBYO has served as a passion and an inspiration for my family and remains vital to us to this day.
One youth group, five months of preparation, one international convention, one international board, and one week.
Thirty-three New England-area teens joined more than 5,000 Jewish teen leaders, educators, thought and business leaders, celebrities, political figures and philanthropists from 48 North American states, districts and provinces, and 36 countries.
As 95 teens from South Jersey Region BBYO departed BBYO’s International Convention, they were tired, excited to bring home what they learned, and overjoyed that one of their own was elected to the 94th International Board of BBYO.