Press Releases

BBYO Welcomes New Director of Jewish Enrichment

BBYO is delighted to announce the hire of a new Director of Jewish Enrichment (DJE), Aleeza Adelman of New Orleans, LA, originally from Newton, MA. In her role, Adelman will provide Judaic content to frame Movement-wide initiatives, campaigns and ongoing events across the BBYO network.

Shabbat to Remember Launches 50th Anniversary Kallah Jewbilee

This summer, BBYO’s International Kallah is celebrating its 50th Anniversary: 50 years of fostering Jewish education and identity, building experiences in a safe and fun environment where teens develop a personal connection to Judaism.

Discovery Communications Selects BBYO for Creating Change Initiative

Discovery Communications selected BBYO to participate in Creating Change 2014. BBYO, the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement with 100 staff members and more than 600 volunteers, used the partnership with Discovery to produce a talent recruitment video, “Find Yourself Here.”

Greater Jersey Hudson River Region Teens Stand Up for Breast Cancer Research

Pascack Valley BBG and AZA of BBYO Greater Jersey Hudson River Region, serving Jewish teens in central and northern New Jersey, presented a check for nearly $15,000 to Play for P.I.N.K., a nonprofit breast cancer research organization and their BBYO Stand UP cause. 

PR-BBYO BAR & Bloomingdale's Partner to Stand Up to Violence Against Women

Bloomingdale's Roosevelt Field partnered with BBYO Big Apple Region (BAR), the regional BBYO program serving areas from Great Neck to Staten Island, to raise awareness and break the cycle of violence against women through philanthropy as part of Girls Achieve Grapeness, a campaign that BBYO and Jewish Women International (JWI) have collaborated on.

PR-Joey Eisman Awarded AIPAC Faculty Advisor of the Year

BBYO, the world’s leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement, is thrilled to announce that BBYO professional staff member Joey Eisman received the AIPAC FacultyAdvisor of the Year Award at AIPAC Policy Conference 2015 earlier this month in Washington, DC.