Conclave Convention 2024

Friday, April 12, 2024 FROM 2:00 PM - Sunday, April 14, 2024 2:00 PM

Camp Prescott, AZ, AZ

Mountain Region

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Event Details

We are excited to announce that we are opening registration for Spring Conclave Regional Convention! Please see below for convention details: LOCATION: Camp in Prescott, AZ (address will be sent to registered families only).

WHEN: Friday, April 12th (arriving at Camp at 2 PM) to Sunday, April 14th (departing camp at 2 PM.


Registration closes at 5:00 PM MST Thursday, March 28th- NO EXCEPTIONS! SCHOLARSHIP: Scholarship is available by applying here. Please note that all scholarship applications are due by Thursday, March 7th by 5:00 PM MST. All applicants will be notified of their status by Thursday, March 14th. (Applying for scholarship holds your spot for registration) 

TRANSPORTATION: There will be busses from each city. Tucson and Las Vegas will have a bus leaving from the JCC, Scottsdale will have two busses from the JCC and Utah will have transportation coordinated with Utah City Director, Josh Lipman. Information regarding drop off/pick up times will be sent out prior to the convention. Participants MAY NOT drive to or from the convention. If teens are leaving early/coming a Jotfrom sent via email MUST be filled out.

WHAT IS SPRING CONCLAVE REGIONAL CONVENTION: Our Conclave Regional Convention is a culmination of a year-end celebration of the past programming year. Highlights include Shabbat, The State of the Region as given by Our Regional Godol and Regional N’siah, The Election of our Regional Board, as well as many fun programming moments throughout. It is certainly a convention not to be missed!

CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations made on or before April 1st at 5:00 PM will be eligible for a full refund. Cancellations received after this date will not be eligible for a refund under ANY circumstances. Please reach out via email at [email protected]  if you have any questions. We look forward to having your teen join us! 

Conventions are an exclusive BBYO Member Experience, which means your teen must be a BBYO member in order to register. Membership is a one-time payment of $249, and lasts all through high school! BBYO members have access to incredible programming at the chapter, regional, and international level, and your teen will be joining a global brotherhood and sisterhood with over 100 years of history. This is the perfect first convention to attend as a part of our Region as you will get to participate in the tradition of being regionally inducted with your siblings! Join us for this amazing weekend.

Cost: $400.00


What is the scholarship process?

  1. Between  NOW and March 28th: Register for convention.
    • IMPORTANT: You must be registered for the convention in order to receive a scholarship allocation. 
    • Your scholarship will be deducted based on the cost of convention.
  2. By March 7th: Complete the Scholarship application
    • Late applications will not be accepted for any reason.
    • Note that we do not typically award more than 50% of the convention cost.
  3. On Thursday, March 14th: Each family will be contacted via email with scholarship allocation information and next steps.

What are the meals like? What if I have a dietary restriction? 

All BBYO meals are Kosher Style with vegetarian and vegan options. We ask for allergy information and food needs on the online medical form, and we appreciate you sharing information as soon as possible so that we can accommodate specific food needs and limitations. All BBYO conventions are peanut and tree nut-free.

What is BBYO's supervision policy? 

BBYO has a minimum supervision ratio of 15 teens to every adult. All of BBYO’s professional staff have had background checks, covid vaccinations and are trained to work with your teens and keep them safe. The staff and advisors help to supervise teens before, during, and after programming. Teen safety is our #1 priority.

What is BBYO’s discipline policy? 

As a reminder, when you registered for membership you signed BBYO’s Code of Conduct, which outlines our policies for substance abuse, property damage, and behavior guidelines with the full understanding of our behavioral expectations as a member of BBYO. Rules and guidelines will be made clear to all participants upon their arrival at convention opening. Should one of our teens choose to act outside of our Code of Conduct, the incident will be addressed by the appropriate staff members. We have a zero-tolerance approach to any violation of the Code of Conduct and any discipline matter that comes to the attention of staff. If you are (or your teen is) dismissed from convention for disciplinary reasons or Code of Conduct violations, BBYO staff will arrange for travel home immediately, at your family’s expense and without a refund.