• A Community Organizing Model for Teen Engagement

    Da lifnei mi atah omed  –  דע לפני מי אתה עומד Know before whom you stand. (Talmud B’rachot 28b) High schoolers today are creating what Reform Judaism will look like for the next century.

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  • The Collab: The URJ Teen Leadership Collaborative

    The Collab: The URJ Teen Leadership Collaborative is a teen-powered, community-driven training retreat where teens will work together to grow and harness their power to begin organizing the Reform Jewish Youth Movement into an inclusive and sustainable movement. Here, teens will build a community that supports their visions, encourages them to share their talents and.

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  • Introducing the URJ Youth Organizing Team

    We have no doubt that the future – indeed the present – of the Reform Jewish Movement requires teens to lead us forward. Young people innovating and creating transformational Jewish experiences have always been a hallmark of Reform Judaism.

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  • Announcing the 2022-2023 NFTY Staff

    The NEW Reform Youth Movement Staffing Structure and Open Positions. We are excited to share the new staffing structure for NFTY – the Reform Youth Movement.

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  • 2022-2023 NFTY Camp-Based Retreat Schedule

    We are excited to bring you the following camp-based NFTY events for the 2022-2023 year. These retreats, in addition to the network of local NFTYx experiences offered in partnership with our synagogue network, a collection of leadership workshops, and our North American Teen Fellowships, will create a dynamic calendar of opportunities for Reform teens.

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  • What to Expect in 2022-23 – A Synagogue Leaders Guide

    The NFTY that teens and adult partners are building together now is a movement that centers youth leadership, reflects the values, interests, and aspirations of teens and their peers, partners with Reform synagogues and like-minded communities, welcomes alumni/volunteers to be adult allies, and creates a vibrant and powerful youth community where all can experience wholeness,.

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  • Thoughts on the State of NFTY

    By Lev Mosbacher, NFTY President 2021-22   NFTY is in a state of disrepair. We are not where we want to be.

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  • Mazel Tov to the 2022-2023 NFTY North American Board

    On behalf of the 2021-2022 NFTY North American Board, we would like to wish a Mazel Tov to the newly elected 2022-2023 North American Board. We can’t wait to see the success of President Noa Apple, Social Action Vice President Daniella Abbott, and Communications Vice President Arianna Walker.

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  • Candidates for the NFTY North American Board 2022-2023

    Shalom NFTY. With less than a week until NFTY Veida, the NFTY North American Board is thrilled to invite you to our mid-term Asefah (business meeting) and Elections on Sunday, March 6.

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  • NFTY North American Board Candidate Packets 2022-2023

    Teen leadership is one of the highest priorities in NFTY. There are many opportunities, on local, regional and North American levels, to be involved in peer-to-peer and adult-teen leadership experiences.

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