Press Releases

BBYO to Expand Jewish Learning Across Broad Platform of Events and Experiences with $3.9M Maimonides Grant

BBYO is pleased to announce the awarding of a grant of $3.9 Million by the Maimonides Fund. This award will strengthen BBYO’s ability to deliver meaningful Jewish experiences by investing in people who can deliver inspiring content across the broad range of experiences that BBYO offers to tens of thousands of Jewish teens annually.

Declaring "Together We Will," Thousands of Teens to Gather to Build a Global Movement

BBYO hosts International Convention (IC) 2018 February 15–19, one of the largest and most iconic teen cultural events in the world

Across 20 Countries and Hundreds of Communities Around the World, Thousands of Jewish Teens Celebrate BBYO’s Biggest “Global Shabbat” Experience Yet

From across the United States, to Canada, throughout Europe and South America, and everywhere in between, hundreds of local BBYO chapters and communities across 20 countries took part in BBYO’s Global Shabbat 2017.

Thousands of Jewish Teens Shatter Records by Registering for BBYO International Convention in First 48 Hours

Within the first 48 hours of registration opening for this year’s IC (February 15–19, 2018), over 3,000 teens registered to attend. IC attracts more than 5,000 attendees including teen leaders, top philanthropists, celebrities, thought leaders, and business executives who support BBYO’s programs and teens. 

BBYO Summer Leadership Training in Montreal Unites Jewish Camps, Lays Groundwork for School-Year Program and Offers New Summer Options for Jewish Teens

On the heels of a successful collaboration with two prominent Jewish camps in Montreal, BBYO is seeking to significantly expand its year-round AZA and BBG programs, while preparing for the launch of its leadership training program at Camp B’nai B’rith of Montreal in the summer of 2018.

13,000 Teens Serve Communities Worldwide as Part of International Day of Jewish Youth Service

Approximately 13,000 Jewish teens in more than 90 communities across 20 countries are participating in a day of community service and improvement projects this spring as part of J‑Serve, the International Day of Jewish Youth Service, anchored on the official date this past Sunday, April 2, 2017.