This March and April, Alephs and B’nai B’rith Girls from around the world will participate in one-of-a-kind exchanges with ZWST in Germany and in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania in the Baltics. Read more about these oportunities and apply below!
Jewrovision | March 2-March 9
For the second year in a row, BBYO will be sending a global delegation to Jewrovision—Germany's largest annual Jewish teen event hosted this year in Berlin! With more than 2,000 attendees participating each year, Jewrovision is a national singing and performance competition for BBYO's chapter partners across Germany. Witness and celebrate the continued rejuvenation of Jewish life in Germany alongside our movement partner ZWST.
Ambassadors to Germany | March 29-April 6
Participate in a weeklong journey throughout Frankfurt, Germany alongside Alephs and B'nai B'rith Girls from around the world. We'll explore the rich history and current institutions of the German Jewish community to gain a stronger sense of global Jewish responsibility and strengthen our Jewish identities. Along the way, we’ll be connecting with the local teens and chapters of ZWST and participating in a powerful leadership seminar with our brothers and sisters from across Germany. This special experience will be filled with learning, laughter, global leadership training, and an unforgettable Shabbat.
Ambassadors to the Baltics | April 26-May 5
Join the first delegation of Alephs and B'nai B'rith Girls embarking on Ambassadors to the Baltics across Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Explore the rich history of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania among a global cohort of teens passionate about strengthening Jewish life worldwide. Participants will return home from this trip with new friends from around the world, new leadership skills, and a renewed sense of global Jewish responsibility.
All members from around the global BBYO Movement are invited to join. Russian-speaking Jewish teens are highly encouraged to be a part of these experiences. No specific BBYO leadership criteria are necessary. All participants will be expected to run a follow-up program in their community and submit a reflection about their experience to their local press. For delegates from the US, each experience is a subsidized price of $1,250 which covers all expenses besides domestic flights to/from the New York area. Additional need-based scholarship is available.
For more information, contact Nolan Hausler at email@example.com.
These programs are made possible by Genesis Philanthropy Group and organized under BBYO Passport, LLC.