BBYO provides opportunities for Jewish youth to develop leadership potential and Jewish identity. It is the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences. With a network of hundreds of chapters across North America and in 42 countries around the world, BBYO reaches over 80,000 teens annually and serves as the Jewish community’s largest and most valuable platform for delivering fun, meaningful and affordable experiences that inspire a lasting connection to the Jewish people.
The Diller Teen Fellowship is an international partnership that inspires and empowers Jewish teens to be active, effective leaders. The 12-month program offers a select group of 10th and 11th graders the opportunity to focus on leadership training, Tikkun Olam, Jewish identity and a connection to Israel and Jewish peoplehood.
An innovative and pluralistic year-long program that brings Jewish teens from all across the Greater Boston area to learn about the philanthropic grant-making cycle and the ins and outs of the nonprofit world through a Jewish lens, and eventually allocate those funds as grants to create real change in the causes they care about most.
One in three teens in the U.S. is a victim of physical, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner. TeenSafe, an initiative of Jewish Family & Children’s Service’s Journey to Safety program, seeks to change that statistic by helping teens and the adults in their lives develop the language and tools they need to recognize abuse in a dating relationship and how to respond if they see, hear about or experience it.