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Igniting a Global Renaissance of Jewish Teen Life, ‘Game-Changing’ Conference to Draw Largest Crowd Ever

At a time when many young people are feeling disconnected from institutional life, thousands of Jewish teens will converge in Dallas on Presidents’ Day weekend for a conference featuring figures from the worlds of politics, activism, entertainment and business who have aimed to “change the game.”

Coalition of Jewish Teens Statement on a Changing World

We are inspired to assemble as NFTY, USY, NCSY, BBYO, and Young Judaea, united under the shared goal of providing teens with meaningful Jewish experiences.

BBYO Launches $90 Million Campaign with $30 Million of Support

BBYO is pleased to announce it has received an unprecedented $28.8 million in support from two long-time funders toward its newly launched $90 million five-year “This Moment in Time” campaign. The campaign will enable BBYO to double its annual growth rate, with the goal of having 27,000 members annually by the end of the 2022 school year. 

Largest Teen Gathering of the Year Inspires Jewish Youth and Adults to Do Great Things

“As enormous changes unfold around us and throughout the world, BBYO’s leadership, both teen and adult, realize that the future of the Jewish community is brighter when we all come together,” said Matthew Grossman, BBYO Chief Executive Officer. “With 2,400 teens joining together at IC 2016, this event truly offers a unique opportunity for them to see how the BBYO...

global leaders gather in baltimore to inspire jewish teens to change the world

More than 4,000 teen leaders, educators, professionals and philanthropists from across the world will gather in Baltimore this February 11-15 to hear from distinguished change makers and to take part in the unique experience of breaking a Guinness World Record by joining together for the largest Shabbat dinner ever at BBYO International Convention (IC) 2016.

Hundreds of Holocaust Survivors to Celebrate Shabbat with Jewish Teens Worldwide

Hundreds of Holocaust Survivors to Celebrate Shabbat with Jewish Teens Worldwide. November 6-7: Events in 500+ Communities Across 15 Countries